Bologna, managed by Giovanni Sartori, is showing significant ambition not just for the present season but also for the future. After recently securing the signing of Ilic, the club is also on the brink of another major offensive raid.
The prime target remains Castro from Velez Sarsfield, despite the Argentinian club’s insistence on a €9 million release clause. There has been no official statement yet, however, it seems clear that Bologna are actively working towards a potential closure on this deal.
Meanwhile, the Bologna management also seems to be keeping a close eye on Musa from Benfica and Talles Magno from New York City. The club, looking to bolster its attack, seems prepared to make some big moves in the transfer market.
While these dealings undoubtedly signal Bologna’s intent for competitive performance, it remains to see whether the club would meet the financial demands for its targets.