FeralpiSalò, an Italian football club, is reportedly in search of a new striker and may have found a suitable option in Edgaras Dubickas. The Lithuania-born forward was born in 1998 and is currently playing with Catania but is owned by Pisa.
The Sicilian club, Catania, seems open to discussions following recent additions to their attacking line. Reports suggest that recent contact has been made with FeralpiSalò about the potential agreement for the transfer of Dubickas.
Further details about the potential move are currently uncertain. The news of these negotiations comes as clubs across Italy look to reshape their squads ahead of the next season. If the deal comes through, this will mark another significant step in Dubickas’ career, having already made a name for himself in the Italian soccer scene.
The young forward has shown considerable promise since his move to Italy, and a potential transfer to FeralpiSalò could offer a platform for him to further showcase his abilities. However, the final decision rests with Catania and Pisa as they own the rights to the player.
Fans of FeralpiSalò will undoubtedly be keen to see how these negotiations unfold over the coming weeks. The potential for new talent to boost the squad’s attacking line-up could mean newfound optimism for the forthcoming season. The official statement from involved clubs is yet to be released.