Atalanta And Napoli Continue To Monitor Kamada's Situation Despite Tudor's Arrival

Two Serie A teams, Atalanta and Napoli, are reportedly considering signing Daichi Kamada, a Japanese midfielder who has struggled this season at Lazio. Kamada, who joined Lazio last summer, is facing challenges with the capital club.

Reports indicate that Daichi Kamada's difficult season at Lazio has caught the attention of Atalanta and Napoli, both of whom are considering activating an unusual clause in the player's contract. The Japan international midfielder became a free agent after his contract with Eintracht Frankfurt expired. While he had discussions with Milan and Roma, no agreement was reached.

Despite initially choosing Lazio, Kamada has only managed one goal and one assist in 28 competitive matches, finding himself on the sidelines. However, the arrival of Igor Tudor as Lazio's new coach and the change in playing style might offer Kamada a chance to prove himself.

According to reports from Football-Italia, there is a clause in Kamada's contract that could allow him to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season, attracting interest from Atalanta and Napoli. Napoli had discussions with Kamada's agent last summer but failed to reach an agreement due to disagreements over image rights. Additionally, Galatasaray also expressed interest in signing a Japanese midfielder in January. 

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