the Pole was blown to Genoa

the Pole was blown to Genoa

Fiorentina scored the first big hit of the January market. Taken Krzysztof Piatek from Hertha Berlin on loan with right of redemption. Tomorrow in Florence for medical examinations.

The first real big hit of the market of this January session was there Fiorentina. Commisso’s club, with a genuine surprise move, has entered between Genoa and Herha Berlin blowing Krzysztof Piatek to the Ligurians. In fact, everything seemed ready for his return to Italy and to that Genoa that had launched him in professional football. The rossoblu and the Germans had already reached an agreement on Monday, leaving only the player the last word. Now the move on loan from Piatek to Fiorentina which gives an alternative of great depth to the Italian in attack.

The will of Piatek however, it was perhaps that of preferring a more ambitious project than a simple salvation with Shevchenko’s team. And so, as Sky reported, the player will soon reach Tuscany and will immediately be available to Vincenzo Italiano. At this point, the purchase of Piatek raises several questions about Vlahovic’s future. The Serbian could also leave Fiorentina in January or simply the Pole will be a valid alternative to the young purple striker. In fact, it is difficult to imagine it in the tested 4-3-3 of Italian which is bringing excellent results to the purple team.

The details of the Piatek affair. The Pole goes to Fiorentina in free loan with redemption right. Hertha Berlin asks for 18 million for the right of redemption, Fiorentina offers 16. The distance is minimal at the moment, but the deal is in fact already closed. After two years the player he returns to Italy accepting a different project for the future regardless of the stay of Vlahovic who could also leave Tuscany in June by setting Piatek for these 6 months. Tomorrow the Pole will already be in Florence to play medical visits. At this point, Kokorin will almost certainly leave Fiorentina, who has never convinced the purple club.

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