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Summer transfer deals so far – Serie A

Itallian football has long been a player in the transfer market. Let's take a peek at the money being thrown about on Serie A transfers this summer.

Italian football has long been a player in the international transfer market. Juventus started the ball rolling by recruiting Argentines Luis Monti and Raimundo Orsi in the 1930s. The two also represented the Azzurri in the 1934 World Cup despite having already featured for the Albiceleste. Liga Calcio hasn’t stopped looking for the best talent since. As we’ve already examined ... Read More »

Analysing AC Milan’s summer signings so far

When Chinese consortium took charge of AC Milan back in April, the cash-rich owners promised to restore the sleeping giants back to their former glory. Well, it hasn’t been achieved yet; but with the sort of mighty investments we’ve seen thus far, then that is very much feasible. Read More »

How Gian Piero Gasperini performed a miracle with Atalanta

Gian Piero Gasperini

When they started the season, the objective for Atalanta was to avoid the drop. Then they hired Gian Piero Gasperini from Genoa and ended up at the sunny side of the Serie A table. For the first time in over two decades, Atalanta will play European football. How did Gasperini perform this sort of miracle with Atalanta? We take a ... Read More »

What Eusebio Di Francesco brings to Roma

Italian managers are renowned for their extremely pragmatic, cautious and tactical approach to the game. But in Eusebio Di Francesco, Roma has landed a coach who bucks that trend, showcasing a unique attractive brand, only envisaged hundreds of miles away in Spain. Read More »

What we learned from the closing Serie A games

With the Premier League and other top European leagues all wrapped up, the attention of soccer crazy fans moved to the Serie A. Although Juventus had clinched the trophy a week ago, the final weekend of top-flight football in Italy still had teams with a lot to play for. Read More »

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