2020/2021 Italy Serie A Transfer
Soccer clubs around the world use players' transfer markets to shape their new projects. In the Italy Italy Serie A clubs' case, the 2020/2021 summer Serie A transfer window brings important news. Whether it's winning the title, qualifying for an international competition, or avoiding relegation, Serie A transfer windows are important for teams and players. Even for footballers and coaches, these periods are opportunities for new and better contracts. Next, we will see the most relevant signings and players' sales in this Serie A transfer window:
Top Transfers Italy Serie A 2020/2021
The clubs involved in the most relevant transfers are Juventus, Napoli, Inter Milan, Atalanta, Roma, and Fiorentina.
- Juventus acquired young Brazilian midfielder Arthur from FC Barcelona for € 72 million. This negotiation included sending Miralejm Pjanic to Barcelona in exchange for € 60 million.
- SSC Napoli paid € 70 million to French Lille to obtain Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen. Regarding sales, this club transferred midfielders Allan and Rog to Everton and Cagliari, respectively. They also sent right-winger Simone Verdi to Torino and striker Roberto Inglese to Parma. These transfers meant a € 76 million income for this club.
- Inter Milan was one of the most active in the market. They acquired midfielders Hakimi from Real Madrid, Barella, Cagliari, and Sensi, from Sassuolo. These contracts implied a disbursement of 85 million Euros. On the other hand, they sold Mauro Icardi forwards to PSG for € 50 million and Andrea Pinamonti to Genoa for € 19.50 million.
- Atalanta, meanwhile, strengthened its midfield. They signed Pasalic, from Chelsea, Miranchuk from Lokomotiv Moscow, and Muratore, from Juventus. They invested 36.5 million Euros in these transfers. Sales of right-back Castagne to Leicester City and central-back Mancini to AS Roma offset these expenses.
- Roma obtained the services of Veretout (midfielder) from Fiorentina, the Mancini mentioned above, and Pérez (winger) from FC Barcelona. Likewise, they traded striker Patrick Schick to Bayern Leverkusen for € 26.5 million.
- Fiorentina spent 37 million Euros on the midfielder Duncan, the right-back Lirolo, and forward Kouamé signings. Besides, they sold midfielder Veretout to Roma and forward Simeone to Cagliari, obtaining € 27 million.
- Another interesting move was the talented youngster Sandro Tonali's loan from Brescia to Milan.
The Italy Serie A Transfer Market In Figures
Italy Serie A clubs sought to improve their finances by selling or ceding players due to the coronavirus pandemic economic effects. In this sense, we can take as a reference some figures taken from the specialized website Transfermarkt. When there were a couple of weeks left for the transfers' period closing, there had been 353 ins and 145 outs in the Italy Serie A teams' payrolls. Regarding the money negotiated, the outs (players' sales or loans) exceeded 609 million Euros. Likewise, the expenses by acquiring players exceeded 614 million Euros. As we can see, the clubs have hired more than double the players they let go. However, the amounts entered and spent are relatively similar, indicating a tendency to sell highly-priced players and hire less expensive players. We will let the season progress. Then, we'll see how these transfers will benefit Italian clubs both sportingly and financially.Tags :
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