After the inclusion of Genoa in Malinowski, Turin plans to initiate contacts with Dennis Praet
Torino and Ruslan Malinovsky seem more and more distant. After slowing down the negotiations, which would lead him to the grenade, Genoa lashed out at the player. President Urbano Cairo took care of the further cooling of the track: “It’s something that was born that way, but it’s not what we thought of it.” Thus, negotiations on the Ukrainian, which would guarantee a qualitative leap for Yurich’s team, seem to have finally come to naught.
One thinks of Praet
After Malinovsky’s shot, Torino are already thinking about a possible replacement: the most plausible move is the one that leads to Dennis Praet, whom the club has already aggressively sought in the past, but without success. The long soap opera was born for the Belgian due to a top-down strategy implemented by the company (the same one Vagnati used to bring Nikola Vlašić back to Toro), which then ended in black smoke. Turin now appears eager to try again for the Belgian and contacts with Leicester are scheduled in the coming days to start talks. The task of the technical director is to complete the offensive line by making the player available to Ivan Juric, who will support Vlašić next season.