Sampdoria, another captain away on a free transfer: after Quagliarella it can be Murru’s turn

Sampdoria could lose another captain on a free transfer in the coming weeks Fabio Quagliarella last summer. The defender is now at risk of leaving the Sampdoria club after 158 appearances Nicola Murru, who remained at the court of Pirlo – who I have often lined up from the first minute this season – after being put on the transferable list a year ago by the Radrizzani-Legrottaglie duo, a choice motivated above all by the high salary (around 1 million net) . The transfer, however, did not materialize and in the end Murru was placed as a central defender to make up for the non-arrival of that expert defender who had been sought for a long time and never arrived last summer.

As reported The 19th Century “Last winter there were various contacts between Manfredi and the player’s new agent Andrea D’Amico. And in March an agreement was also found for a renewal at sustainable figures. The agreement also provided that Sampdoria would show up within a short time to sign the extension. – we read again – To date, however, D’Amico has no longer had any signals and is obviously looking around”.

A situation that suggests that the player is not a priority or at least there are doubts as to whether he can be functional next season. This could be one of the topics of the meeting between president Manfredi and coach Pirlo which should be held between today and tomorrow.