Lazio are plotting to add a new winger in January, as the production of their present ones has been lacking until this point. Moreover, most of them are in treacherous contractual situations. Pedro and Felipe Anderson are tied to them only until the end of the campaign, while Mattia Zaccagni till 2025.
Federico Bernardeschi reignited the chatter concerning his return to Juventus, which had quieted down in the last couple of weeks: “I became a man and a top-level player with them and left a piece of my heart there. I’ll always be available if they call."
Claudio Lotito sternly addressed the recent chatter about Lorenzo Insigne joining Lazio, as the winger is attempting to leave Toronto FC: “As far as I know, there’s nothing true. At least not that I’m aware of, if I have to be honest. What do you want me to say? That’s that.”
Lazio wish to add a winger in January and are assessing how much it would take to onboard Lorenzo Insigne. The addition isn’t necessarily tied to a departure. They had tried to onboard Mason Greenwood with a late flash deal in the summer but weren't successful.
Insigne, 32, is reportedly confident of possessing more than enough in his striking arsenal to make a difference in a top league, and two teams have been mentioned to be in the running. All roads lead to Rome for Insigne, who has garnered interest from the capital’s biggest clubs, Lazio and Roma.
Frosinone director Guido Angelozzi recently stated to be open to collaborating with Juventus if they wanted to recall Matias Soulé or Enzo Barrenechea from their loan spells early. However, it doesn’t look like the attacker will head back to Turin in January due to a few factors.
The Major League Soccer Players’ Association (MLSPA) has released its 2023 salary guide, with Inter Miami's Lionel Messi undoubtedly the top earner in the North American league, following his move from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer. While the 2022 World Cup winner takes the top spot, the top five also includes two Italians.
Juventus will need to add to their midfield in January and are mulling bringing back Federico Bernardeschi, who left them on a free to join Toronto FC in 2022. The player is keen on returning as he’s not on great terms with his side and the fans.
Bernardeschi is reportedly looking to secure an exit from the Canadian giants. However, he will have to make a few sacrifices in order to materialize a move, given his current deal runs through to the end of the 2026 season.
Bologna could offer Bernardeschi the chance to make an Italian comeback. The winger is reportedly unhappy at MLS and wants to leave the Canadian capital.
Former Juventus ace Federico Bernardeschi does not regret moving to Canada to play with Toronto FC despite having the chance to stay put in Italy.
Toronto FC forward Federico Bernardeschi believes Juventus might be stronger than Napoli, but it is the Partenopei who possess the strongest player in Serie A.