A coach from Gianluca Scamacca’s former club Lazio has expressed confidence that the West Ham striker will achieve great success in East London, relays the WHW.
Scamacca, who is an Italian international and was signed by West Ham from Sassuolo last summer for around £35m, had a season plagued by injury and only recently returned to the pitch after a prolonged absence. As a result of his absence, West Ham acquired former Liverpool and Aston Villa striker Danny Ings in January, leading to speculation about Scamacca’s future at the club.
However, according to ExWHUEmployee, the club hierarchy is not worried, as they believe Scamacca is content at West Ham. The player himself also indicated that he is adjusting well to life in London.
Emiliano Leva, a coach who previously worked with Scamacca at Lazio, has expressed his complete support for the player’s success at West Ham and anticipates that he will become the club’s primary striker. Leva confidently stated that Scamacca possesses all the necessary qualities to thrive at a top-level club.
When asked about rumors linking Scamacca to a possible return to Italy with Juventus, Leva acknowledged that he was not surprised given the player’s reputation, but he believes that Scamacca will shine at West Ham instead. According to Leva, Scamacca’s name had been linked with other major teams a year ago, but he is convinced that Scamacca will soon become the top man at West Ham.