Peru 201 years of independence were completed and many players of the Peruvian national team did not hesitate to publish sentimental publications, among them the new Cagliari striker of the Italian Series B, Gianluca Lapadula.
The 32-year-old striker, born in Italy, spoke through his social network. With this, he reaffirmed his love for Peru, a team he has defended since November 2020.
“On my chest I carry your colors. And my love is with you Peru. We are your children and we will unite. And so we will conquer Peru with you … Happy national holiday to all”that was the message he left lapadulaHe has scored seven goals with Bicolor.
Lapadula in Italy
Gianluca Lapadula signed a contract with Cagliari until 2025. As such, he assumes a new role in Italian football after his time at Benevento.
Lapadula and his numbers with the Peruvian national team
In the absence of Paolo Guerrero and Jefferson Farfan, the 32-year-old Italian-Peruvian attacker earned a starting spot in the Peruvian national team.
Thanks to his good performance, ‘Lapagol’ has stood apart with Bicolor. At the moment, he has scored 7 times with Peru: 3 in Qualifiers, 3 in Copa América and 1 in Friendly.
His last goal came against New Zealand in Spain before the playoff against Australia.
Gianluca Lapadula: It was his first training session with Cagliarique
Gianluca LaPadula will compete again Italian League Series B, but this time with another shirt. The 32-year-old Peru striker left Benevento and will now play with Cagliari, where this Wednesday he made his first training session as a freshman for the ‘Islanders’.
lapadula Published a video in which you can see the training he did alone Cagliari, The club that signed him until the 2025 season after scoring 13 goals with Benevento in the 2021–22 season.
32-year-old attacker He is one of the new faces that Cagliari will introduce, with the mission of securing promotion to Serie A.
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