A new name has emerged in Bologna's transfer market: the Brazilian Talles Magno. Born in Rio de Janeiro and raised in Vasco Da Gama, he currently plays for New York City. Between November and December, he had been linked to SSC Napoli, and in the past few hours, strong interest from Bologna seems to have been added to the mix. This is because Talles Magno is a versatile forward who can also play as a center forward. He has experience in both roles, having played for Vasco Da Gama and New York City.
The Brazilian possesses all the characteristics requested by the coach
Talles Magno reportedly has all the technical qualities sought by coach Thiago Motta, who, as a reinforcement in attack, wants a player capable of working both on the flanks and in the center. According to reports from Corriere dello Sport today, the player could leave Major League Soccer (MLS) in this winter transfer window to play in Europe.
At just 21 years old, the Brazilian has already amassed over 160 appearances in professional football, with nearly 80 in the top North American league and another 50 in the Brazilian league. However, he lacks experience at the highest level in Europe, and Bologna could offer him the opportunity to test himself in the challenging Serie A.