The right side of Turin has not yet made his debut in the league, the departure on loan is almost obvious for him
Bryan Bayeye, a French right-back born in 2000, joined Turin this summer from Catanzaro, for the price of 750,000 euros. A few minutes in the summer friendlies, then 0 league appearances and the debut in the Italian Cup against Palermo, with only 7 minutes of play. It was immediately understood that the player wasn’t ready for this level yet, but having him train for six months with more prepared players than him may have helped him a lot.
A loan to find continuity
In the next market session, his departure on loan is almost certain. The goal, as for Matthew Garbett, is to put minutes in the legs and find continuity. Maybe in Serie B, given his 0 appearances in Serie A and the missed step of the cadet championship. Now the ball passes to Vagnati, freshly renewed until 2025, who will have to be able to satisfy the player.
The experience in Catanzaro
Raised in the Troyes youth team, he arrived at Catanzaro in 2020, only to be loaned to Carpi. Precisely in Catanzaro, in the 2021-2022 season, he stands out in group C of Serie C with his 23 appearances, 5 assists on the scoresheet and only two yellow cards. He is also voted by the fans as player of the year, and this has done nothing but attract the attention of Serie A and B clubs to him. Arrived in the grenade, however, he is unable to establish himself and ends up at the bottom of the hierarchies.