Napoli’s Leo Ostigard is set to exit the club with numerous transfer offers on the table. According to Sky Sport, teams such as Genoa and Udinese have shown interest in the defender. In a surprising recent twist, Torino has also entered the race.
Genoa had reportedly agreed terms with Ostigard, while Udinese was ruled out due to the player’s preferences. Ostigard seems to favour a move to the Liguria-based club, which has yet to concur with Napoli on the transfer conditions.
Due to these circumstances, Torino has decided to intervene in the negotiations, attempting to secure a deal with an offer for a loan with an option to buy. This move represents the Turin-based club’s bold effort to snatch Ostigard from under the nose of his other suitors.