The Coda issue is in the spotlight. Sampdoria must first cut down, Pisa is pressing

Like every summer, the hot name for the Serie B market is that of Max Taila striker who certainly needs no introduction for his category. An experienced player, who guarantees double figures and often even the top spots in the rankings, and who in these hot days has been linked to Salernitana, Cremonese, Sassuolo, Bari and Palermo… which do not seem to be possible destinations at the moment, considering that the 1988 class has a verbal agreement with Sampdoria, but it is undermined by the call of mister Filippo Inzaghi, new coach of Pisa.

According to what we read today on The Republic-Genoafor Genoa, which holds the player’s registration, the situation is simple and straightforward: the priority for the transfer will be given to whoever buys him outright, with the loan being considered only as a last resort. As had already emerged, the Grifone is asking for around half a million, while Coda would like a two-year contract at 800,000 euros, but for Pisa this does not represent an obstacle, as it seems to represent for Sampdoria, still struggling with the constraints of the active balance, which do not allow for the officialization of new faces, especially if with a heavy salary.

As reported AllsportsLThe player’s entourage has set the end of July as the deadline for the Blucerchiati team: if there are no developments, Coda will settle elsewhere. So in Liguria the aim is to close as soon as possible for the exits that will allow to lighten the wage bill, but at the moment there is a stalemate. However, one wonders if Pisa will wait, and the answer is probably “no”: Sampdoria has been warned…