After his time at Olimpia Milano, the pandemic altered Luis Scola’s plans to defend the Argentina national team’s shirt for the last time as a professional at the Olympic Games and all rumors began to point to the retirement of the legend, at 40 years old and with the thorn in place of achieving that record. However, as time went on the storm calmed down and a few days ago confirmed his arrival at Pallacanestro Varese to continue his deporitva life, keep pace and competition and aim to close a cycle in the world of basketball that will have him as one of the most remembered.
Now, as part of his new team, Luifa gave a few words to fans and did so with a social media message. «Good morning, I’m Luis Scola. I am very happy to play in Varese next season and I hope we do a great job together,» he said in an Italian video. Varese is one of the clubs with the most history in Italy, having won the Italian championship 10 times, four Italian Cups, one Italian Super Cup, three Intercontinental Cups and five Euroleagues, although their last title was in 1999. With the presence of Luifa, he will seek to compete for European competition positions and dream for more.