Top 5 PB:
189, 182, 170, 136, 125
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
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Peak PB Scores
Valentino Lazaro is a right wing back for Borussia Monchengladbach, on loan from Inter Milan. Lazaro is a very versatile player who can play at right back, right wing or left wing. Although Lazaro was unable to hit any particularly high PB scores whilst playing for Newcastle United during the 2019-2020 season, Lazaro showed some strong PB potential. Lazaro often uses his pace in attack, averaging 3.16 dribbles per 90 with a 56% success rate and he will often attempt to find teammates with a cross. Lazaro averages a high 3.66 crosses per 90 with a 29.7% success rate and it is likely that his ability to cross may be met with more success whilst at Monchengladbach given their strength in attack. Lazaro also averages a respecatable 36 passes and a fairly high 1.6 key passes per 90 and so overall his style of play appears to suit the PB matrix fairly well and so there is a strong chance that his PB scores will improve whilst playing for a better team next season. Overall, Lazaro may struggle for regular game time, but due to his versatility and Monchengladbach's participation in Europe - Lazaro could have a chance of earning matchday dividends. Lazaro is also an Austria International and is likely to feature at both EURO 2021 and the 2022 World Cup.
1 Year Price Graph
Valentino Lazaro's price started the 2019-2020 season at £0.68. Lazaro's price hit a peak of £1.06 in January following his loan move to Newcastle United. Lazaro's loan move did not work out, playing just 494 minutes in the Premier League. Lazaro's price has subsequently fallen and currently sits at just £0.70 with an instant sell price of £0.53. Lazaro's price has remained very stagnant since March due to a lack of game time, but he has recently signed for Borussia Monchengladbach where he is likely to gain more game time. Moving back to play in the Bundesliga could be a very strong move for Lazaro and surprisingly there has been little increase in the demand for Lazaro since the move. Therefore, it could be a strong time to buy Lazaro, especially within his fairly wide spread as his prospects for earning matchday dividends next season have improved considerably. Longer term, Lazaro could also be a strong hold given his potential to return to Inter Milan and also to play for Austria at tournaments over the upcoming years.
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