Nicolo Chaniolo, who was a star striker for the Italian national team and AS Roma, but left for Turkiye after a series of feuds and controversies, is about to move to Aston Villa.토토사이트
On the 15th (Korean time), various local media, including ‘Sport Italia’, reported that Chaniolo would be loaned to Aston Villa, an English Premier League (EPL) club, from his current team, Galatasaray. It is a one-year lease transfer with a complete transfer clause, and upon complete transfer, Galatasaray will receive a total of 27 million euros (approximately 39.4 billion won). Since the club and players have already agreed, it seems that he will become a Villa player if there are no unexpected problems in the medical test and paperwork.
Chaniolo was originally a player who was not highly regarded at Inter Milan and was handed over to AS Roma after a year. In 2018, Raja Naing Golan was treated as part of the transfer fee and wore a Roma uniform. He had the power to break the opponent’s defense by combining strength, speed, out-of-the-way breakthrough, and a sharp left-footed shot, which was difficult to see in Italian strikers recently.
However, he was caught up in injuries and sluggishness, and although it was unlucky up to this point, his attitude was controversial last season. Chaniolo, who has been linked several times with Tottenham Hotspur, finally announced that he would be leaving Roma in January of this year. Roma tried to send him to England’s Bournemouth, which had the highest transfer fee, but Chaniolo refused. After the Western European transfer market was closed, he left for Galatasaray through the Turkiye transfer market, which was open until February. Coach José Mourinho, who had been defending Chaniolo for a while, was also out of school.
Chaniolo, who scored 5 goals in 10 games in half a season at Galatasaray, aimed to re-enter the big leagues in an improved condition, and drew a love call from Villa. Villa, who showed a fierce rise under the guidance of coach Unai Emery in the second half of last season, escaped the relegation zone and won the right to advance to the UEFA Europa Conference League. This summer, they recruited center back Pau Torres, midfielder Yuri Thielemance, and winger Moussa Diaby, all with a sense of immediate power, and did not miss any key resources.
If Chaniolo is added to Villa’s attacking line, which has already been working well with Olli Watkins, Leon Bailey, and Emiliano Buendia, the dribble and counter-attack development capabilities will be further strengthened. However, the premise that Chaniolo adapts well to Emery’s strict tactics must be met.