Not everyone realizes it, but the geography of football has changed. Great talents are born not only in Brazil and/or Argentina, but also in unjustly neglected countries.
The geography of football has changed, see what is happening in the World Cup. The nationals, who seemed doomed on the eve of the tournament, are surprising. Just think of Japan and Saudi Arabia, among others. South Korea is a team in itself that is getting a lot of support. But perhaps one need only look as far as Qatar to understand how great talent can be recognized even in realities that may have been somewhat overlooked in the past.
napoli tracked Khvicha Quartskhelia From the Georgian championship (although he also played in Russia, ed.), a possible top player champion. The point here is that the only discriminating factor in identifying important players is not their nationality, but scouting ability. The blue club is working to buy other players in Kavaratchelia. Cristiano Giuntoli is monitoring, among others, Jashri (20 years) e Doig (20 years). The players are not very famous but are young and very promising. The first is a midfielder from Lucerne, the second is a Scottish left-back.
then beware of temptation Adama Traore, He is not as young as the other two (he is 26), but he has experience and could replace the top-right winger (Lozano or Politano) in the future. Napoli’s policy will not change. Established top players will not turn up, but more or less young players have a great desire to emerge.
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