Floriana FC have completed the signing of Malta U-21 international Carlo Zammit Lonardelli from Sirens FC.
The signing of Zammit Lonardelli is a major transfer coup from the Greens who are acquiring one of the most promising players in Gilbert Agius’s Malta Under 21 squad.
In fact, last season Zammit Lonardelli enjoyed a very impressive campaign with Sirens FC and helped the club to secure their status in the Premier League club with a few matches to spare.
“Carlo Zammit Lonardelli is a new Floriana FC player,” the Premier League club said in a statement.
“Hard-working midfielder Carlo Zammit Lonardelli is the latest new signing for the Boys in Green following another strategic move for the present and the future of the club.
“At 21 year of age, Lonardeli has already largely impressed with versatile box-to-box performances at club level and influential appearances for the Maltese national team at U-17, U-19 and most recently U-21 level.
“After fruitful experiences away from home at NK Zrinski, Jurjevac, in Croatia, and Fidelis Andria and Arzachena in Italy, Lonardelli last played for Sirens FC in the Premier Division.
“Convinced about the serious technical project of our Club, the Player’s natural choice is now Floriana FC.”
The signing of Zammit Lonardelli is a continuation for Floriana FC of their strategy to invest in young Maltese talent.
In fact, since Johann Said and the club’s committee took over the administration they have managed to lure to the club some promising players such as Adam Magri Overend, Mattija Veselji, and Zachary Cassar among others.
Floriana are currently stepping up their preparations for the UEFA Conference League tie against Moldovan side Petrocub, with the first leg scheduled for Thursday, July 7 at the Centenary Stadium.
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