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New fullback to match Kim Min-jae, joining Naples imminent… Medical progress

A new partner for Kim Min-jae is born. Bartosh Beresinski, who played for Sampdoria, is undergoing a medical test for a move to Napoli.

The influential Italian newspaper ‘Di Marzio’ reported on the 6th (Korean time), “Veresinski said goodbye to his Sampdoria teammates. Beresinski is now ready to become a new Napoli player.”

Veresinski is a Polish right-back. After spending his youth days in Poland, after making his professional debut, he improved his skills by 토토사이트 playing in Lech Poznan and Legia Warsaw. Consistently gaining experience, Veresinski joined Sampdoria in 2017. Except for his first season, he performed well enough to appear in nearly 30 games each season. So far, Veresinski, who has played silently for one club for six years, has scored a goal in a total of 186 matches, and is currently the team’s vice-captain.

He also played an active part in the last 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Veresinski played for Poland and led his country to the round of 16. In the round of 16, they unfortunately met with France and lost.

After this performance, Napoli approached Beresinski. Napoli were planning to bring in a new player at right-back through the transfer window this winter to strengthen their defensive line.

Beresinski also accepted the offer from Napoli. It was not difficult to convince because Napoli is currently on the stage of the European Football Federation (UFEA) Champions League (UCL) and is firmly holding the top spot in the league in Serie A.

A swap deal was made. Napoli have decided to trade Sampdoria and former right-back youngster Alessandro Chanoli for Beresinski. “Veresinski went to the Bogliasco Sports Center to greet his teammates. After that, he left for Rome, where he would do a medical with Napoli. At the same time, Chanoli left Napoli for a medical with Sampdoria. will proceed,” he explained.

Beresinski, who will now become a Napoli player, will work with Kim Min-jae, the ‘monster center back’. Napoli, which Kim Min-jae is holding on to, is running second in the league with 13 goals conceded in 16 games in Serie A.