Cesena Rumor Mill
After the confirmation of Bisoli remaining at Cesena, the 48 year-old has been working 'day and night' in order to secure signings for the coming season, according to president Giorgio Lugaresi. Shortly after the statement, Federico Bernarderschi was unveiled, becoming the first signing for Cesena this season, albeit being on loan. The Fiorentina winger accepted a one-season loan to the relegation favorites after holding talks with 'ambitious' manager Pierpaolo Bisoli. It is widely expected that Bernarderschi will take a 'major' role at Cesena as he rejected various other clubs in the Serie A to sign for the recently promoted team. This will come as a massive boost for the club, as they will attempt to retain their Serie A status during their 75th anniversary since their founding.
Bernaderschi is 'excited' to play for Cesena according to Lugaresi.
The positive news continue to come at Cesena, as they can confirm that talks between the club and Giulio Donati have taken place after a bid was accepted by Bayer Leverkusen earlier this week. It is expected for Donati to arrive later this week for a medical, but it can be derailed, according to di Marzio. According to di Marzio, there could be a hijacking attempt made by Hellas Verona and Sampdoria as they are expecting funds to open up for the talented right-back.
Could the talented right-back be on his way to Cesena?
With only one recognized left-back at the club, Pierpaolo Bisoli has quickly identified two key-targets to compete with Francesco Renzetti for the full-back spot. According to La Stampa Sassuolo left-back Alessandro Longhi has been ear-marked as a player that can challenge Renzetti into becoming the club's primary full-back. However with Sassuolo and Cesena hitting an impasse over a fee and bonuses, Bisoli decided to give former Atleti left-back Antonio Lopez a chance to don the Cesena shirt.
Will he be the man to challenge Renzetti this season?