Naples introduces Leo Ostigard and quotes Jannik Sinner in conference

Although they qualified for the Champions League, Luciano Spalletti’s Napoli is still struggling. Insigne, Ospina, and Kalidou Koulibaly have all been sold by the Azzurri to other clubs, including Chelsea.

Dimaro training camp in Trentino was closed yesterday by the Azzurri as they continue their preparation. In a remote location, but not too far from the countries where Italian number one Jannik Sinner, a rising star in the Azzurri tennis world, grew up

Cristiano Giuntoli, the club’s sporting director, spoke at a press conference at Napoli’s stadium. The negotiation for Kim Jong-un and the fake about Paulo Dybala, an Argentine prodigy who was about to leave Roma, were among the issues discussed.

Defender Leo Ostigard, who recently returned from a loan spell with Brighton, spoke at the end of the press conference.

The comparison between Ostigard and Sinner is intriguing.

Is there anything in common between a rising star in the game and the world’s number one player? The Napoli defender was asked a slew of questions, and this is how he responded to them: “His jersey number is yet to be determined.

During Insigne’s final game at the Maradona, I was amazed by the enthusiasm of the crowd. No, I’m not here to take Koulibaly’s spot; rather, I’ve here to play my own kind of basketball. Because Napoli is such a prestigious club, it is only natural that we strive to win as many games as we can.”

The Napoli press officer’s final words, while discussing Ostigard, echoed those of Jannik Sinner: “He’s content, and he’s found a good home here, but he’s only been here a short time.

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He, too, began by skiing, which he did for four years. After after, he began playing soccer “A Sinner who, despite having to sit out this week due to a minor injury, is eager to return to the pitch and continue his own growth.

Naples introduces Leo Ostigard and quotes Jannik Sinner in conference

By Antonio Zaccaro

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