Spezia, moving towards the solution of the goalkeeping puzzle: Confente arriving. Berisha possible 12th

In the end, Spezia’s choice for the starting goalkeeper for next season fell on Alessandro Confenteborn in ’98 and currently playing for Vicenza. A negotiation that had been going on for a few days and that yesterday evening would have found the turning point after the decision of the goalkeeper, assisted by his agent Dall’Aglio, not to renew the contract expiring in 2025 with the Berici.

At this point, in order not to lose him in a year for free, Vicenza will have to sell him permanently in this transfer window with Spezia ready to close by putting 350 thousand euros on the table, payable in two years, for the red and white club and a three-year contract for the player as reported The 19th Century.

Confente should already land in Liguria this week to make himself available to the coach Luke D’Angelo which could also embrace another goalkeeper, this time with great experience, like the former Empoli player Etrit Berishaborn in ’89, who is apparently being convinced to accept a one-year contract with an option to renew. The alternative to the Albanian could be that Alberto Paleariborn in ’92, leaving Benevento.

Instead, the hypotheses of Vismara, Seculin – who will go to Trapani – and lastly also Louis Sepeborn in 1991 from Salernitana but with a prohibitive salary of over a million per season. Nothing to be done also for the young Swiss Marvin Keller from Young Boys who is not yet considered ready for Italy.