Venice, comings and goings in attack: Olivieri not confirmed, Laurienté of Sassuolo in the sights

While waiting to settle the issue linked to the technical guidance, with Paolo Vanoli heading to Turin and Eusebio Di Francesco on pole as his replacement, the Venice is working to set up a team capable of staying in Serie A. Experienced reinforcements are needed in all roles, with players who do not need particular acclimatization in the top flight.

As for the offensive department they will be confirmed Pohjanpalo, Gytkjaer And Pierini. Goodbye instead Marco Olivieriwho will return to wear the Juve Next Gen shirt. In his place the orange-green management is looking for an external striker and, according to what he reports The New Venicethe first name on the list is that of Armand Lauriente. The Frenchman has just been relegated with Sassuolo and, with 5 goals and 6 assists in 40 games, he is certainly not coming off the best year of his career. However, he has no shortage of requests: in addition to Venezia, he is among the names being explored at home Rome by the new sporting director Ghisolfi.