Bologna FC has expressed their intent to make significant investments during the upcoming January transfer window, particularly to bolster their attacking options. According to leading Italian sports magazine, La Gazzetta dello Sport, the club is in the market to find a new deputy for Joshua Zirkzee and sporting director Walter Sartori has identified two particularly promising talents.
One of these is the young Velez Striker, Santiago Castro, who comes with a 10 million Euro release clause. The equally talented Croatian forward Petar Musa, who is currently playing for Benfica, is another target. However, how the situation develops remains to be seen in the coming weeks.
The Bologna management has not made any public statement about its transfer plans yet.