Few moments ago, Napoli Manager, Luciano Spalletti tattooed the club's logo on his hand after leading them to their first scudetto in 33 years.
Photos of Spalletti's newly acquired tattoos surfaced online today being Friday the 26th day of May, 2023 and it stirred massive reactions from football fans across the globe with many taking to social media to react.
In the above photo, Spalletti could be clearly spotted flaunting his newly acquired tattoos and he wore a lovely smile which gave him a completely different appearance. The Italian tactician tattooed the logo of his team, Napoli aswell as that of Italy on his left hand and it looks absolutely amazing on him.
Luciano Spalletti has done really well ever since taken charge of the Italian side and he lead them to their first scudetto in 33 years few weeks ago. He took charge of the team few years back and he transformed them completely from a struggling side into title contenders.
According to reports, Spalletti will be leaving the Italian side after the end of the current campaign although the reason for his departure this summer is uncertain but it seems like there is a misunderstanding between him and the board.
The Italian tactician has proven himself to be one of the best and I'm pretty sure a lot of top European Clubs will be interested in his services when he leaves the Naples at the end of the season. Below are screenshots of some of the reactions from the general public.
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