Torino are making significant moves in the winter transfer window, securing not only Adam Masina from Udinese but also adding firepower to their attack with the arrival of David Okereke from Cremonese.
Sky Sport Italia report that the details of the operation, confirming that Okereke is set to leave Cremonese and join Torino on a loan deal with an option to make the move permanent, mirroring the structure used for Masina’s acquisition from Udinese.
The 26-year-old Nigerian forward, who has featured in nineteen appearances between Serie B and the Coppa Italia this season for Cremonese, scoring two goals and providing two assists, will undergo medical examinations tonight in Turin. This comes alongside Moroccan defender Adam Masina, as both players are poised to become the newest additions to the Granata squad.
In the previous Serie A campaign with Cremonese, Okereke showcased his skills in thirty-eight matches, contributing nine goals and three assists.