The Lazio market this January is a puzzle: the track that leads to Chelsea’s Davide Zappacosta seems to have faded and, in terms of alternatives, the possible start could be Djavan Anderson. To give an overview of the biancocelesti transfer market, the editorial staff of LaLazioSiamoNoi.it contacted agent Claudio Anellucci exclusively: “I do not understand this reasoning of having to give up before buying, in any case, it is Lazio’s way of acting. At times it has brought results, sometimes not. In any case, there is a club, having so many players in the squad, who want to sell first before buying. The question is: who to take?”.
Speaking further of Djavan Anderson: “I think he is a prospect that will eventually become very interesting, but I marked his arrival to Lazio in January as a difficult one. In Salerno this season, he has been kept to the bench a lot and not performed in the matches he has played in. I do not think he can come to Lazio and be a starter right away, but I do see him being a special player.”
Djavan Anderson is 23-years of age and has made only seven total appearances this season for Serie B side Salernitana.