Torino Football Club is set for significant changes, including a revamp of their transfer market and scouting network, according to the club’s president, Urbano Cairo.
As reported by Tuttosport, the Italian club has struck a deal with former Spezia director, Pecini, and his scouting agency. Pecini boasts an extensive global network of talent scouts, assistants, collaborators and trusted allies through his Scouting Department. It is believed that their significant capabilities and agreement with Torino will play a fundamental role in enhancing the club’s talent spotting and recruitment strategy.
A keenly detailed two-year contract was agreed upon with Torino, and this profound agreement will see a single club per nation being scouted by Pecini’s company. The confirmation of the deal and exchange of signatures will follow a series of discussions involving Torino’s club director, Vagnati, along with Cairo himself.