In recent weeks, bad luck has spread on the Benetton’s front row, in particular, reducing the number of left pillars. That is why the news portal On Rugby reported the interest of the Italian club for the Argentine youth.
Although he maintains that several options are being considered, Thomas Gallo is popping up. The pillar born in 1999 who gave a lot to talk during his participation with Los Pumitas in the last U-20 World Cup held in Argentina, participated in all the matches -three as a starter with two tries-, when he scored one of the best conquests of the contest running 90 meters with the ball in hand against France.
The unfortunate contingency linked to the injured, caused the Italian team to lose in a few days Federico Zani (cruciate ligament injury), Matteo Drudi (cruciate ligament rupture) and Derrick Appiah (left pectoral tendon rupture). In addition to the interesting level of play of the Tucuman, Benetton also welcomes the fact that the Argentine has dual nationality. Now we just have to wait and see if Gallo’s pass to Italian rugby is confirmed or not.