Torino confirm Masina’s permanent transfer from Udinese.

Torino have officially completed the permanent signing of Adam Masina from Udinese. Here are the figures and details of the operation, as well as the club’s statement.

The 2024-25 season for Torino is beginning to take shape. While negotiations are still ongoing to finalise the appointment of Paolo Vanoli as the new head coach, the club’s technical director, Davide Vagnati, has managed to secure their first transfer.

“Securing the services of Adam Masina is a significant step forward for us,” Davide Vagnati stated in the club’s announcement. “We are excited about the qualities and experience that Adam brings to the team, and we believe he will be a valuable asset as we prepare for the upcoming season.”

The financial details, though not officially disclosed, are understood to involve a transfer fee in the region of €4 million, ensuring that the defender will remain in Turin on a multi-year contract.

Further bolstering their squad with experienced players like Masina demonstrates Torino’s intent to strengthen their position in Serie A and aligns with their broader strategic goals for the season ahead.

As the club gears up for further activities in the transfer market, all eyes will be on the potential finalisation of Paolo Vanoli’s appointment, which Vagnati confirms is still in progress.

“Discussions are going well, and we are optimistic about wrapping things up soon,” Vagnati shared. “Paolo Vanoli is a top candidate for our coaching role, and we are confident in his ability to lead the team to new heights.”

Fans will be eagerly awaiting more news as Torino continue to build their squad and implement their plans ahead of the new campaign.

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