Not Called Up By Japan National Team, Kamada Commits To Intensive Training With Sarri At Formello

October 14, 2023

During the current international break, Daichi Kamada, Lazio's recent acquisition in midfield, will not be participating with the Japanese national team. Instead, he will be dedicating his time to working in closer collaboration with coach Maurizio Sarri. Thus far, the player has gradually been able to showcase his abilities with the Italian-based team.

After signing onto a free transfer last summer, the 27-year-old midfielder commenced his career in Italy. In a short amount of time, he has solidified his reputation as a capable substitute for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

During this season, The Aquile's midfielder has participated in eight games, scoring once and providing one assist. However, he was not included in the starting lineup for the wins against Monza and Torino. Additionally, he did not start in the previous two games against Milan and Atalanta, being left on the bench.

Il Messaggero reported that Kamada was not included in the Japanese national team for the international break due to a minor knee injury. The injury was also the reason why he did not frequently appear for the Biancoceleste.

The 27-year-old continues to stay in Rome, where he's now collaborating more closely with Sarri at Formello. He's committed to further developing within the coach's system, with the aim of assisting his team in climbing back up the Serie A rankings as they currently languish in 13th place.

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