Dopo Kulusevski e Barrow un’altra super-plusvalenza dal vivaio

The farewell of Diallo is associated with the 30th capital gain created by the work of the nursery Nerazzurro
Amad Diallo, known as Traorè after the events of the past months, will mark the umpteenth capital benefit credited to the Atalanta youth sector in dowry. After the profits obtained from the Kulusevski and Barrow disposals of the past months, here is another very big amount that will go clean into the coffers of the club.

Perhaps a doubtful method for the more romantic, used to the years when, at least for the first years of their career, the components of the youth sector improved the first team. The changes have almost been brought forward today, but it should be remembered that the logic of the economy has shifted and the assessments of young people are even more succulent. The competition of the team has also been very strong, a purpose that shuts the door on pure potential. In this regard, for example, Gasperini articulated himself months ago in a post-game interview, saying that whilst Kulusevski himself was very strong: “He would definitely have played less relative to Parma, think of Papu, Ilicic, Zapata, Muriel, Malinovskyi. He wouldn’t have had the space, that’s for sure. It went very well that way, society invested in it and invested a lot, or it wouldn’t have had the space, that’s for sure.”

However, a related method also included Alessandro Bastoni. When he was a boy at Atalanta and for about 10 years the star in a tiring back and forth from Piadena (Cremona), after just 7 games in Serie A, he was budgeted for over 30 million euros. Since football is still this in 2020 and capital returns, whether it or not. Fans should be assured that for several more years, the great liquidity accrued would allow the club to stay strong.