#Transfers: Plotnytskyi to Perugia
After the disappointment of the defeat after the Scudetto final lost against Cucine Lube Civitanova (who has just won the Champions League as well), Sir Safety Conad Perugia is working for the future. The first market movement is practically certain and is called Oleg Plotnytskyi, the Ukrainian spiker who freed himself from Monza paying a substantial buy out. Despite requests from Russia, the formalization will arrive shortly (despite, not even two months ago, the player had been confirmed by Monza itself).
On the other hand, Lorenzo Bernardi’s issue is unclear: Perugia’s head coach still has a year of contract, and the president Gino Sirci (photo below) has warmly reiterated his confidence immediately after the final. Sirci himself in Berlin, where he followed the Champions League Super Finals, let slip some statements that seem to leave the doors open to a possible change.
An alternative could be Vital Heynen, the current head coach of Poland who has just left Friedrichshafen, but it’s only a rumor. As for Bernardi, the interest of Revivre Milano is known, but there is still absolutely nothing for sure.