Report: Lazio join Inter and Napoli for Benfica’s Salvio
Three Serie A TIM clubs – Lazio, Inter and Napoli – are focusing and targeting Eduardo Salvio: for the biancocelesti, he is a thought of as a replacement for Felipe Anderson, who is close to Premier League side West Ham.
The Argentine, born in 1990, plays in Portugal for Benfica, where he plays as a winger: Salvio is amongst the players who are under the magnifying glass at the World Cup in Russia right now, with top clubs scouting from the stands. This past season, Salvio managed 9 goals and 4 assists in 19 starts for Benfica with an 81% pass success percentage, 50 shots, and 57 of 85 successful dribbles.
According to reported by calciomercato.it, the player is keen on leaving the Portuguese club, who values him at 17 million euros, and his future will be decided at the finish of Argentina’s World Cup run in Russia.
Check out our gallery below to see the players who are linked to Lazio are a replacement for Felipe Anderson. Including Arsenal, Liverpool and Inter Milan targets.
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