New name for Torino’s attack: 18-year-old Bobby Wales from Kilmarnock is liked

Word of interest comes from Scotland Turin For Bobby Wales, eighteen-year-old striker from Kilmarnock. This season – he underlines Tuttosport – he was loaned to Alloa Athletic (Scottish League One, equivalent to our Serie C), where he is demonstrating the qualities already expressed in the youth categories: in twenty-four games he scored twelve goals and served four assists, numbers to which it is necessary to add two goals in as many Challenge Cup matches.

Wales was born in Dublin and therefore has an Irish passport: a question that also makes him attractive from a bureaucratic point of view, as he is not a non-EU citizen. Standing 1.85 meters tall, his best qualities are remarkable speed and a great sense of position. He has been called up to all the Scottish national teams: he has made three appearances in the Under 17s, four (with one goal) in the Under 18s and six in the Under 19s.

In addition to Torino, Wales – who has a contract until 2025 – is also interested in Venezia. Obviously this is an element of perspective, to be evaluated and possibly tested at higher levels than the current ones: not surprisingly, its cost is only around 250,000 euros.