Cavese continues to work without hesitation in this period of forced stop due to the Coronavirus emergency with a specific purpose, to lay the foundations for the future. In fact, the company of President Massimiliano Santoriello in addition to being constantly active as regards the youth sector, also begins to move to shore up the squad available to Mr. Salvatore Campilongo in view of the next season.
One of the possible reinforcements that the blufoncé are thinking of adding to the squad is Katio Landi. As reported by ‘TMW‘, in fact, the Campanian team could, in the next summer transfer market session, bring the original midfielder of Cava de ‘Tirreni back home, so as to give him a great chance. The footballer born in 1992, who grew up in Juve Stabia’s youth sector, is currently working for the Spaniards of Sabadell, the Catalan team of the Secunda Division with whom he will expire on June 30th.
The desire to return home, or rather in Campania, is a great deal for Katio Landi, The midfielder, assisted by agent Dante Pisanello, left his country at a very young age after a long apprenticeship divided between Ravenna Calcio, Stabia, Battipagliese and Cavese. In fact, the left-handed footballer has been playing in the Spanish Serie B since 2014, that is, the Secunda Division. During his Iberian adventure he wore the shirts of Buelna, Al Prat and one last that of Sabadell. Now, however, Katio Landi’s will is to return to Italy and Cavese could be the right place to revive in Italian football.