Mantova, two experienced profiles explored for the attack: Lasagna and Aramu. Distant parties

Yesterday, Mantova began its first day of the new season that will see the Virgilians return to Serie B after 14 years of absence and an unexpected ride by a team that was already preparing for Serie D and that instead found itself deservedly dominating Group A until gaining promotion thanks to one of the revelation coaches of the third series such as David Possanzini which after conquering Serie B has decided to continue, despite the interest of some Serie A clubs, to carry on a project started last year.

If the backbone of the red and whites remains the same, it is inevitable that the market will seek reinforcements of weight and experience to go in search of salvation. As reported The Sports Gazette we are mainly looking for grafts up front where last season we moved Davis Mensah who however only scored five goals despite allowing his teammates to score many thanks to his movement. The names explored by the sports director Christian Botturi they are those of Kevin Lasagnareturned to Hellas Verona from his loan at Fatih Karagumruk, and Mattia Aramureturned to Genoa from Bari, but the parties are still distant.

In the meantime, however, they have arrived: Francesco Ruocco from Torres, the midfielder Federico Artioli from Sassuolo, the defender Stefano Cella from Ancona, the goalkeeper Federico Botti from Arzignano and the defender Matthew Solini from Como.