Spring, the new signings drag the Bull: from Passador to Weidmann, here’s how they’re doing

Mr. Scurto’s Primavera formation in Turin is entertaining everyone, also thanks to the new arrivals in the summer

The results of the first part of the season for the Primavera of Turin by John Scurtois more than positive. The grenades are in fact in third place with 23 points on their own, one point behind second-placed Juventus and 6 behind leaders Roma. Furthermore, also the landing in the round of 16 of the Italian Cup against Cagliari. All this is due not only to the coach, but also and above all to the team and the new young players taken from Toro in the summer. An intelligent market, which has been able to cover the gaps in the squad, and make the last three championships fall short of expectations.

Turnaround purchases

There are mainly 4 signings that have turned the season. The first is the goalkeeper, Peter Passador. Arrived in the summer from Pordenone, the 2003 class is proving to be a goalkeeper who is not only reliable, but also capable of making great saves. Moving on to midfield, he has been fundamental in these first 14 games Daouda Weidmann, central taken from Paris Saint-Germain. He has played them all so far and is showing excellent things in the middle of the field. Moving on to the attack, there are two young players who are doing better and have arrived from Spal and Inter respectively: Francis Dell’Aquila And Oliver Jurgens. The first has recently had surgery, and has been used with a dropper due to pubalgia, but has already scored 7 goals and one assist between the championship and the cup. The right wing number 10 of 2004 is impressing everyone and can rely on an Estonian central striker, Jurgens, who has already scored 5 goals and 4 assists.

A future in the first team?

For the first time since Ivan Yuric he’s on the Turin bench, the Primavera is really rich in talent. This time we’re not just talking about possible promises, but about players who are making a name for themselves with their team, and who could have space in the first team in the future. The path is long and difficult, but for now the trust given to these guys is paying off.

Peter Passador

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