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Italian club Pescara Trail Gambia’s Jallow

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By Sulayman Bah

Second division Italian club Pescara are chasing the signature of Gambian striker Lamin Jallow.

Jallow seems to top the aforesaid club’s priority transfer list for a possible move in January.

The 24-year-old is barely settled at fellow Serie B promotion-chasing Salernitana as he was recently put through a designed programme to get him scoring again.

Lamin scored 11 goals last season –the highest scoring African in the Italian second division.

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His statistics has attracted Pescara who, like Salernitana, are also racing to get to the Serie A and believe the Gambian striker could perfect their plan with his acquisition.

However, a deal occurring hinges on the player’s parent side Chievo Verona who are understood to have good ties with Pecara, a reference being Ali Sowe’s move there two years ago.

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