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Ball – Rui Costa and Schmidt’s strategy to continue attacking the market!  (Benfica)

Ball – Rui Costa and Schmidt’s strategy to continue attacking the market! (Benfica)

After Roger Schmidt’s first signing with Benfica 2023/24, the contract of the 22-year-old Turkish international player Orkon Köksu, and captain Nico Otamendi’s contract was renewed until 2025, Benfica’s president, Rui Costa, identified the German coach and all members of the football team. Priorities to continue attacking the new team building.

From what A BOLA has learned, the lines are clear: Benfica will naturally call on a left-back to suppress the departure of Alejandro Grimaldo, the good and safe goalkeeper in Plan B, but will also compete with Odysseas Vlachodimos, the attacking midfielder, that is, the ‘3-line’ player who He plays behind the striker in the form of Roger Schmidt, and is often occupied by Joao Mario, Rafa and Neres.

Benfica’s strategic plan to defend the trophy they won this year will then involve replacing players who, in the case of a new striker, might be traded in the event of a much-needed Goncalo Ramos eventual transfer, or a new mediator if Florentino, for example, challenges in a tournament. main european.

In short, what is certain, what is certain is that Benfica will attack a goalkeeper (Brazilian Bento, from Atlético Paranaense, not the only one, but one of the strongest possibilities), left-back (also Brazilian Renan Lodi, from Atletico Madrid, who is now loaned to Nottingham Forest, of the English Premier League, is on the checklist) and an attacking midfielder (that is, a more outstanding player, creative/unbalanced player, in the line of players like Rafa., Neres or Joao Mario).

The idea is to guarantee three more reinforcements (which is a certain number from what A BOLA found), and try to replace, then, every player who comes to leave Luz, anyway, to ensure a stronger one. the team. Who won the 38th championship title for the Reds?

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