Looking at the Vipers roster, their biggest need is clearly at the forward position. Both depth and talent are needed. Benjamin Kevin has one spot locked down, but Braulio Ghinassi is 21 and with three seasons under his belt has yet to show enough progress to impress Greensboro management.
In addition, Greensboro is in dire need of some depth to back up the two aforementioned returnees.
With a need for both talent and depth, Greensboro is targeting several talented veterans as well as young amateurs.
The biggest of those targets: Fabio Minelli.
With Minelli seemingly out of the picture, Greensboro will likely focus on several younger prospects. One name might sound familiar: Gregorio Capitan, a now 22 year old Argentinian who played for Greensboro back in season 28. In that, his rookie season, Capitan played 35 games but only netted 10 goals, and was promptly let go. After three years with FCDD, Capitan has re-emerged as a Greensboro target.
These three targets seem to be at the top of Greensboro's board. With such a need at the position, Greensboro will likely devote serious funds towards filling this need. Unfortunately for the Vipers, there is a serious lack of strikers on the market, and high demand throughout the world. If the Vipers are unable to land one of these targets, don't be surprised if management turns to another familiar face: Xavier Maronna.