He would like to bounce away from Naples: new track for Ounas

Adam Ounas is expected to leave SSC Napoli at the end of the season. He could bounce back in Torino after a complicated season, during which he was content with rare appearances.

On the verge of leaving the club last summer, Adam Ounas finally decided to continue the adventure with SSC Naples at the insistence of coach Luciano Spaletti. The latter, however, gave guarantees to the player to bet on him during the current season, he finally marginalized him by only using him very rarely. Contenting himself with the role of the eternal substitute, the repeated injuries he suffered complicated his situation within the Neapolitan team.

Despite his failed season with Naples, the Algerian international still arouses envy. According to the “Torino Granata” site, we learn that the Algerian international striker has several leads, but the most serious is the one leading to Torino. The site in question indicates that the player likes Torino and would like to join this club during the next transfer period.

The player would like a change of scenery

A few weeks ago, Adam Ounas was approached by SSC Napoli management to extend his contract for another three or four seasons but the two parties failed to reach an agreement. While he is struggling with his situation with his current team by being an eternal substitute, he would like a change of scenery from the next summer transfer window and that is the reason why he does not want to return to Naples.

Indeed, the young 26-year-old striker would like to join another Serie A club which will give him the chance to play on a regular basis and thus find his best level and the national team. According to the ‘Torino Granat’ website, Torino officials are still interested in Ounas’ services and will do their best to hire him during the next transfer period.

Having returned to the squad a few days ago after a long absence with a thigh injury, Adam Ounas hasn’t played too much this season with SSC Napoli, with just 20 official appearances and two goals scored alone and without having delivered the slightest decisive pass. In the event that he refuses to extend his contract, which will end next year with his resident club, the latter would be forced to sell him next summer to make his transfer financially profitable.

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