Sell ​​one of the best and still get to Serie A? Ask Venezia how it’s done

The Venice returns to Serie A. After failing to gain direct promotion, the team coached by Vanoli triumphs in the playoffs, beating the team in the final Cremonese of Stroppa. A great season for the lagoon club, which did not make a transfer in January. Indeed, in addition to not having made any purchases, Venezia sold one of the prized pieces to a direct competitor like Cremonese.

Let’s talk about Dennis Johnsena Norwegian offensive winger who until January had been one of the very starters in Mr. Vanoli’s tactical board and who on the last day of the transfer market in January was sold to Cremonese for around 3 million euros.

FIFA ban for Cuisance
The amount paid by Cremonese will be used to settle the differences with Bayern Munich for the purchase of Cuisance in January 2022 and which had led FIFA to inflict a punitive ban on Venezia, who were unable to strengthen their squad during the winter session. A transfer that had sent coach Vanoli into a rage but which was perhaps also the spark that allowed Venezia to put that something extra into play and which led Venezia to dominate the Serie B Playoffs after having failed in the direct promotion in the regular season