The Rise Of Daichi Kamada: Tudor's Influence And Lazio's Shift In Focus

The mystery of Daichi Kamada appears to have been unraveled, possibly thanks to Tudor's influence at Lazio. Under Sarri's management, Kamada found himself on the sidelines, spending five consecutive matches on the bench. However, his situation drastically changed with Tudor in charge. The Japanese player now rarely leaves the field, even taking on multiple roles during matches, as the coach believes he fits better into his style of play. Since the new regime started on March 30, Kamada has only missed one match due to injury, showcasing his newfound importance to the team.

Beyond just contributing minutes and versatility, Kamada has also become decisive, reminiscent of his performances in Germany. Despite only scoring one goal for Lazio this season, he has been involved in key plays, providing crucial assists like the one against Genoa for Luis Alberto's goal. His transformation within the team is remarkable, evolving from a peripheral figure to a central playmaker.

Amidst this resurgence, interest from other clubs has emerged due to Kamada's contractual situation. Premier League clubs are reportedly calling, with the Bundesliga already ruling out a return. Tudor, impressed by Kamada's impact, is eager to retain him and may activate clauses in his contract to do so. The coach has praised Kamada's abilities, and the fans have taken notice. Ultimately, the decision rests in Kamada's hands regarding his future with Lazio. 

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