Swieqi United player Nina-Lee Naudi is set for a dream move to Italian football after she agreed a move to the U-15 side of Sampdoria.
Naudi is regarded as a very talented player and apart of forming part of the youth set-up of Swieqi United women she is also part of the Malta FA Academy Girls.
In fact, Naudi could be part of the Malta U-15 team that will take part in the UEFA Development Tournament that will be played in Albania in October.
Naudi has travelled to Italy in the past few days to finalise her move to the Italian side.
Following her move to Sampdoria, Naudi will be the second Maltese player to be on the books of the Blucerchiate as Malta international forward Rachel Cuschieri forms part of the women’s senior team.
Naudi will be hopeful that she will impress the Sampdoria U-15 coaching staff so she can play a role with the team ahead of the start of the championship, that will start between late September and early October.
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