A potential transfer that could make a big impact? Andraž Šporar has an suitor from Italy, with Panathinaikos inflating the striker’s transfer fee sky-high
Although Andraž Šporar has no reason to complain about his statistics this season (21 games, 8 goals, 3 assists), it’s true that lately, especially in the Greek league, he hasn’t been playing as much as he undoubtedly would like. It’s not surprising that Andraž Šporar has already found himself in the first transfer rumors. What’s more surprising, however, is who wants to lure him into their ranks. According to media reports in Italy, the national team striker for Slovenia might be on the wish list of … Spezia!
Spezia competed in Serie A last season but dropped out of the top tier and is currently proving themselves in Serie B. The club, where young Slovenian midfielder Tio Cipot earns his bread, is facing considerable challenges in the current competitive year. The black and white team is even at the second-to-last spot, so it would be truly surprising if Andraž Šporar wanted to take on such a risky challenge just six months before Euro 2024.
The transfer seems even less likely because Panathinaikos reportedly ‘skyrocketed’ the compensation for the former captain of Olimpija “and set a price that seems unattainable for Spezia,” write Italian media. Andraž Šporar is said to be on sale for as much as 5 million euros, which makes “negotiations quite challenging,” as they further add on the Apennine peninsula.
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