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Omonia: A Semedo… of catalog B

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This at least shows interest in Tongia

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Omonoia has completed five transfers so far and is now intensifying its efforts to strengthen its offensive line. The intention of the “greens” to sign a staff midfielder and a winger and the names of Tongia and Komaromi have already been leaked.

For the international with the K21 of Italy, the information wants Omonia to open a channel of communication with Odense, however, AEK enters the conversation with whose management the player maintains excellent relations. Also, as revealed by 24sports, there is interest from an Italian team, which at the moment seems to be the favorite.

On the other hand, the Komaromi case is different. The 22-year-old winger of the Puskas Academy came to the fore from a publication in Hungary which links him to the “clover”, but without any confirmation or denial.

Irrespective of whether one of them ends up in the Nicosia team, what must be taken for granted is the intention to strengthen with a B-list footballer. With a player who will have an important role in the team… This is because both Tongia and Komaromi are 22 years old and will not take a place on the A list. In essence and with the journalistic exaggeration, what the “greens” are looking for he is a Semedo of the B' list!

But beyond the nomenclature, seeing the data in the roster will lead to the same conclusion. Without counting Bezus (due to injury), Omonia has filled the A' list of foreign – community members, while even if Kasama leaves, for whom there are strong rumors (and information), then it is a given that one of the two transfers that remaining for the initial planning of the team (staff, winger) will concern a football player from the B' list. 

In any case, transfer planning continues apace and at any moment we may have a definitive development.

Source: www.kathimerini.com.cy

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