Joel Joshoghene Asoro
was born in Sweden in 1999 from Ghanaian parents; he is a forward in the role and is the new bet for Genoa.
With a real market blitz, Enrico Preziosi’s club won the player who grew up in the Sunderland nursery but currently owned by Swansea, despite having spent the last season on loan Groningen in the Netherlands.
Asoro, born as a winger and then a centre forward, is considered one of the rising stars of Swedish football, even though he has not yet made his debut in the senior national team. Due to his physical, technical, and tactical characteristics at home, he has often been referred to as a mix between Samuel Eto’o and Memphis Depay. After the first part of an up-and-coming career, with the major English clubs competing for the card, Asoro has encountered some too many difficulties in recent years, not finding the continuity of performance necessary to establish itself at high levels.
Now he tries to relaunch himself definitively by landing at the Grifone, where he is already expected to undergo medical examinations and then write down his contract with the rossoblùs.