Atalanta And Bologna Plan To Acquire Fares From Lazio

Two Serie A clubs, Atalanta and Bologna, are reportedly interested in acquiring the full services of Lazio's unused defender Mohamed Fares in the upcoming January transfer window. The defender from Algeria was not been part of the coach's plans since the last season.

Lazio wants to transfer out fullback Mohamed Fares to a new club in the January transfer window, and Atalanta and Bologna are reportedly interested in acquiring his services. The 26-year-old Algerian has experienced a difficult period since joining the Italian capital club in October 2020 for a fee of € 8M from SPAL.

Fares' tenure at the Olimpico has been marred by injuries that have hindered his development, including knee issues and ligament injuries that have sidelined him for up to 42 games since he arrived in Rome 2 seasons ago.

TMW reports that Lazio wants to find a club for Fares in January and has received interest from La Dea and the Rossoblu, who appear to be prepared to make a move to acquire the Algerian defender in January.

The Aquile hoped to sell the 26-year-old on a permanent transfer but a loan deal with a permanent buy-out clause embedded in his contract could be a more appealing option for clubs interested in his services.

Fares haven’t appeared in any official match since playing 90 minutes for Genoa in January. That match, which Genoa lost by a goal to Spezia, was his last before sustaining a ligament injury that kept him off the pitch for several months. In addition to being loaned to Genoa, he briefly joined Torino as a player.

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