La Gazzetta reports Parma targets Laurienté; Como shows ambition; Venezia and Juve form alliance.

The transfer market is heating up, and La Gazzetta dello Sport has shared the latest updates on the newly promoted clubs Parma, Como, and Venezia. Here is the point on the bustling transfer front according to the rosea.

Laurienté to Parma:

The talks continue as Parma seeks to reinforce its squad for the coming season.

“La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that French forward Laurienté is keen on the move. The source indicated that ‘the French striker cannot and does not want to play in Ligue 2 following his current club’s relegation.'”

This sentiment seems to be mutual, as Parma is eager to secure Laurienté’s signature, aiming to bolster their attacking options ahead of a challenging campaign in Serie A.

Como’s Pursuit of Reinforcements:

Meanwhile, Como is in the market for significant reinforcements as they prepare for their top-flight return.

A club spokesperson told La Gazzetta dello Sport, “We are evaluating several players to strengthen our squad and ensure our stability in Serie A.”

The spokesperson added that their primary focus is on “adding experience and quality to both midfield and defence.”

Venezia’s Ambitious Plans:

Venezia, known for their bold and ambitious plans, are also making waves in the transfer market.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, “The club is targeting a mixture of seasoned Serie A veterans and rising stars from abroad.”

A club insider revealed, “We want to build a team that not only survives but competes at a higher level.”

Stay tuned as the summer transfer window evolves and these newly promoted clubs look to establish themselves in Serie A with strategic acquisitions.

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