Cosenza, Gemmi’s last moves. A midfielder will certainly arrive: the candidate


By John

Cosenza wants the trio and to get it they will have to beat Pisa. The Nerazzurri have obtained only one victory in the last four and have been sucked back into the middle phase of the table, overtaken by the Sila (one point separates the two teams), with whom they are also at a disadvantage in direct clashes, considering the final victory September with the Voca and Mazzocchi networks. Before the pitch returns to speak for itself, however, attention will also shift outside of it.
Transfer market Even on the penultimate day of operations, sporting director Roberto Gemmi will remain on the sidelines in an attempt to understand what opportunities will arise to strengthen the squad available to Fabio Caserta. Mattia Viviani remains outgoing. The player from Brescia has found little space and in these hours he will try to find a place to continue the second part of the season taking advantage of more playing time than he has encountered so far at the foot of the Sila. Although highly regarded by Melito Porto Salvo’s coach, the player – who arrived late in his fitness – was unable to establish himself in the rossoblù midfield. If, as expected, his departure occurs, Gemmi will try to perfect an incoming movement by delivering an element with different characteristics than those currently in the coach’s possession.
The objective is to add a structured profile capable of bringing quantity and dynamism. In recent days, Cosenza has moved to Jacopo Da Riva, on loan from Atalanta to Reggiana so far. However, the final meetings could move in other directions. Last-minute surprises both incoming and outgoing are not excluded. The situation is destined to experience great turmoil starting today when everyone will rush to get the long-awaited “yes”. The rossoblù will observe with particular attention the domino effect that will be generated.
Compared to other years, the Sila club does not reach the final bells with the need felt in the past, however, a coup in the offensive sector could also be looming.
Resumption Fabio Caserta’s group, meanwhile, after taking advantage of two days of rest, resumed training yesterday. The usual suspects Canotto and Meroni and also Cimino did a differentiated job. The young right back from Campania, absent at the last minute in the match against Sudtirol, underwent instrumental tests which averted any particular injuries. His muscle fatigue will therefore continue to be monitored day by day by the Sila medical staff. Meanwhile, the rest of the team began yesterday morning’s session with a technical-motor warm-up activity and then continued with exercises on themed ball possessions alternating with dry aerobic work.