Football : Italian Serie A transfers in 2016/2017 season
Latest transfers in Italian Serie A
|Jun 16||Matheus Pereira||Empoli||2|
|Jun 16||Bryan Cristante||Pescara|
|Jun 16||Valerio Verre||Pescara||4|
|Jun 16||Federico Di Francesco||Bologna||1.4|
|Jun 16||Gianluca Lapadula||Milan||9|
|Jun 16||Lucas Ocampos||Genoa|
|Jun 16||Deian Boldor||Bologna||0.5|
|Jun 16||Norbert Gyomber||Roma||1.5|
|Jun 16||Umar Sadiq||Roma||2.5|
|Jun 16||Stephan El Shaarawy||Roma||13|
The most expensive transfers
|Jun 16||Miralem Pjanic||Juventus||32|
|Jun 16||Stephan El Shaarawy||Roma||13|
|Jun 16||Lorenzo Tonelli||Napoli||10|
|Jun 16||Gianluca Lapadula||Milan||9|
|Jun 16||Antonio Rudiger||Roma||9|
Summer transfers in Italian Serie A
Forward Alberto Paloschi from Swansea City for a fee of 6m.€ 1.9m
Midfielder Federico Di Francesco from Virtus Lanciano for a fee of 1.4m; Romanian defender Deian Boldor from Virtus Lanciano for a fee of 0.5m; Goalkeeper Filippo Perucchini on a free transfer from Lecce.
Portuguese defender Bruno Alves on a free transfer from Fenerbahce.
Swiss defender Fabio Daprela on a free transfer from Carpi; Goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino on a free transfer from Palermo.€ 2m
Brazilian midfielder Matheus Pereira from Corinthians for a fee of 2m; Defender Manuel Pasqual on a free transfer from Fiorentina.
Argentinian midfielder Lucas Ocampos on loan from Marseille.
Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega on a free transfer from Sevilla; Turkish defender Caner Erkin on a free transfer from Fenerbahce.€ 32m
Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic from Romaa for a fee of 32m; Brazilian defender Dani Alves on a free transfer from Barcelona; Forward Simone Ganz on a free transfer from Calcio Como.€ 9m
Forward Gianluca Lapadula from Pescara for a fee of 9m; Argentinian defender Leonel Vangioni on a free transfer from Atletico River Plate.€ 10m
Defender Lorenzo Tonelli from Empoli for a fee of 10m.€ 0.5m
Macedonian forward Ilija Nestorovski from Inter Zapresic for a fee of 0.5m.€ 5m
Midfielder Bryan Cristante on loan from Benfica; Midfielder Valerio Verre from Udinese for a fee of 4m; Goalkeeper Vincenzo Fiorillo from Juventus for a fee of 1m.€ 36m
Nigerienia defender Abdullahi Nura from Spezia Calcio for a fee of 2.5m; Slovak defender Norbert Gyomber from Calcio Catania for a fee of 1.5m; Midfielder Stephan El Shaarawy from Milan for a fee of 13m; Nigerienia forward Umar Sadiq from Spezia Calcio for a fee of 2.5m; Senegalese defender Moustapha Seck on a free transfer from Lazio; Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson from Sport Internacional for a fee of 7.5m; German defender Antonio Rudiger (permanent signing) from Stuttgart for a fee of 9m.
Moroccan forward Youssef El Arabi on a free transfer from Granada; Tunisian forward Hamdi Harbaoui on a free transfer from Lokeren.
Winter transfers€ 1.5m
Forward Marco Borriello on a free transfer from Carpi; Togolese midfielder Serge Gakpe on loan from Genoa; Albanian defender Berat Djimsiti on a free transfer from Zurich; Swiss midfielder Remo Freuler from Luzern for a fee of 1.5m; Forward Alessandro Diamanti on loan from Guangzhou.€ 0.5m
Guine defender Kevin Constant on a free transfer from Unattached; Colombian defender Camilo Zuniga on loan from Napoli; Forward Sergio Floccari from Sassuolo for a fee of 0.5m.
Midfielder Filippo Porcari on loan from Bari; Midfielder Simone Verdi on loan from Milan; Dutch midfielder Jonathan de Guzman on loan from Napoli; French midfielder Eddy Gnahore on loan from Napoli; Goalkeeper Simone Colombi on loan from Cagliari; Defender Stefano Sabelli on loan from Bari; Ghanaian midfielder Yaw Asante on a free transfer; Forward Matteo Mancosu on loan from Bologna; Defender Emanuele Suagher on loan from Atalanta; Swiss defender Fabio Daprela on a free transfer from Palermo; Midfielder Marco Crimi on loan from Bologna.€ 0.6m
Colombian forward Jhon Fredy Miranda from Independiente; Forward Antonio Floro Flores from Sassuolo; Serbian midfielder Nikola Ninkovic from Partizan Belgrade for a fee of 0.6m; Dutch midfielder Fabian Sporkslede on a free transfer; Argentinian defender Nicolas Spolli on a free transfer from Carpi.
Defender Lorenzo Ariaudo on loan from Sassuolo.€ 2.1m
Tunisian defender Yohan Benalouane on loan from Leicester City; Greek midfielder Panagiotis Kone on loan from Udinese; Spanish midfielder Cristian Tello on loan from Barcelona; Argentinian forward Mauro Zarate from West Ham United for a fee of 2.1m; Argentinian midfielder Tino Costa on loan from Spartak Moscow.€ 0.4m
Ukrainian defender Vasyl Pryima on loan from Torino; Goalkeeper Francesco Bardi on loan from Inter Milan; Albanian defender Arlind Ajeti on a free transfer; German midfielder Oliver Kragl from Ried for a fee of 0.4m.€ 2m
Brazilian defender Gabriel Silva on loan from Udinese; Defender Riccardo Fiamozzi from Pescara for a fee of 1.5m; Slovenian forward Tim Matavz on loan from Augsburg; Midfielder Alessio Cerci on loan from Atletico Madrid; Brazilian forward Bruno Gomes on loan from Internacional; Midfielder Luca Rigoni from Palermo for a fee of 0.5m; Uruguayan defender Sebastian Gorga from Nacional; Spanish midfielder Suso on loan from Milan.
Forward Eder on loan from Sampdoria.
Brazilian midfielder Ronaldo from Empoli; Serbian defender Milan Bisevac on a free transfer from Lyon.
Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng on a free transfer.€ 8m
Defender Vasco Regini on loan from Sampdoria; Midfielder Alberto Grassi from Atalanta for a fee of 8m.€ 3.4m
Croatian goalkeeper Josip Posavec from Inter Zapresic; Hungarian forward Norbert Balogh from Debreceni for a fee of 2.2m; Polish defender Thiago Cionek from Modena for a fee of 0.4m; Midfielder Bryan Cristante on loan from Benfica; Venezuelan forward Manuel Arteaga from Zulia Futbol for a fee of 0.8m.€ 23m
Argentinian midfielder Diego Perotti on loan from Genoa; Bosnian defender Ervin Zukanovic on loan from Sampdoria; Midfielder Stephan El Shaarawy on loan from Milan; Brazilian midfielder Gerson from Fluminense for a fee of 16m; Spanish midfielder Iago Falque from Genoa for a fee of 7m.€ 1m
Forward Fabio Quagliarella on loan from Torino; French defender Modibo Diakite on a free transfer from Frosinone; Midfielder Jacopo Sala on loan from Verona; Defender Andrea Ranocchia on loan from Inter Milan; Slovak defender Milan Skriniar from Zilina for a fee of 1m; Brazilian defender Dodo on loan from Inter Milan; Argentinian midfielder Ricardo Alvarez on a free transfer from Sunderland.€ 7.3m
Midfielder Luca Mazzitelli from Romaa for a fee of 3m; Brazilian defender Rogerio from Sport Internacional for a fee of 1.5m; Forward Marcello Trotta from Avellino for a fee of 2.8m.
Forward Ciro Immobile on loan from Sevilla; Ukrainian defender Vasyl Pryima on a free transfer.€ 8.2m
Croatian midfielder Andrija Balic from Hajduk Split for a fee of 3m; Icelandic midfielder Emil Hallfredsson from Verona for a fee of 1m; Brazilian forward Ryder Matos from Fiorentina for a fee of 3m; Serbian midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic on loan from Basel; Argentinian midfielder Gaspar Iniguez from Granada for a fee of 1.2m.
Polish midfielder Dominik Furman on loan from Toulouse; Brazilian defender Gilberto on loan from Fiorentina; Midfielder Luca Marrone on loan from Juventus; Goalkeeper Richard Marcone on loan from Trapani Calcio; Brazilian defender Samir on loan from Udinese; Croatian forward Ante Rebic on loan from Fiorentina; Dutch midfielder Urby Emanuelson on a free transfer.
Juve confirm Dani Alves signing
Juventus have completed the signing of Dani Alves from Barcelona on a two-year free transfer deal, with the defender given the option to extend the deal by another 12 months. The 33-year-old won three Champions Leagues, six La Liga titles and four Copa del Rey trophies during his eight-year stint at the Catalan club. Juve are also fighting for Paul Pogba to remain with the club following interest from Real Madrid, who are said to be willing to make the France midfielder the world's most expensive player.
Lapadula moves to AC Milan
Gianluca Lapadula has officially completed his move to AC Milan, after the former Pescara star put pen to paper on a five-year deal with the Serie A club. Having initially been linked with a move to Napoli, the Rossoneri made a surprising late move for the 26-year-old, who has now sealed a dream switch to the Stadio San Siro. Featuring for teams such as San Marino, Cesena and Frosinone, Lapadula finally found his feet with Pescara last season, as he managed to score an impressive 33 goals in in all competitions for the club.
Fofana leaves Manchester City for Udinese
Manchester City have confirmed the departure of 21-year-old midfielder Seko Fofana to Udinese on a five-year deal. Fofana joined City from Lorient three years ago and was capped by France all the way up to under-19 level. After playing for City's Elite Development Squad he was sent out on loan to Fulham and Bastia, making a good impression in both stints. With a year left on his contract and first-team prospects looking slim, Fofana continues his career in Italy.
Roma sign Nigerian duo
Roma have signed Sadiq Umar and Abdullahi Nura from Serie B side Spezia for a combined fee of €5 million. Both players have signed four-year contracts at Stadio Olimpico after impressing while on loan at the club in 2015-16. The permanent acquisition of 19-year-old Sadiq will boost Luciano Spalletti's attacking options - the tall striker scored two goals in six Serie A appearances for Roma last season. Nura's preferred position is right-back, and the 18-year-old made 11 appearances in Roma's Primavera youth side in 2015-16, scoring three goals.
Roma complete permanent signing of El Shaarawy
Forward Stephan El Shaarawy, 23, has joined Roma on a full-time basis, AC Milan have announced. The Italy international initially joined the Giallorossi on loan in January with an option to buy - an option that Roma exercised on Tuesday. The club paid €13 million as part of the deal, with the player signing a four-year contract that expires on 30 June 2020.
Perica completes move to Udinese
Udinese have completed the signing of Chelsea youngster Stipe Perica. The 20-year-old spent last season on loan at the Serie A side, scoring four goals in 22 appearances in all competitions. Perica never made a first-team appearance at Stamford Bridge but impressed Udinese enough to earn himself a move. Perica joined Chelsea in 2013 from NK Zadar after impressing Blues officials at the Under-20 World Cup that summer. Before joining Udinese on loan, he spent 18 months at NAC Breda in Holland on a similar deal.
Juventus to sign Pjanic
Currently under contract with Roma, midfielder Miralem Pjanic told the club he would be leaving after Juventus agreed to trigger his €38m release clause. Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed the deal, saying the move was "cconcluded with the push of the player, who strongly wanted the transfer to Juventus." Pjanic will undergo a medical in Turin tomorrow, before the move is officially announced.
Banega confirms Inter move
Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega has agreed to switch to Inter Milan. The Argentina international's contract at in Spain expires in the summer and it is expected that he will join the Serie A club on a free transfer. Banega, who has played 41 games for Argentina, joined Sevilla from Valencia in 2014 and in both the seasons, he won the UEFA Europa League. However, he said that moving to Inter Milan is a big opportunity. The 27-year-old scored eight goals in all competitions for Sevilla in the season which just finished.
Cagliari sign Bruno Alves
Cagliari have announced the signing of Portugal defender Bruno Alves on a two-year deal. The 34-year-old has agreed to move to Serie A on a free transfer after the expiry of his contract with Fenerbahce. The centre-back has won league titles with Porto, Zenit and Fenerbahce during an impressive European career. Alves is part of Fernando Santos's squad for the Euro 2016 finals.
Alves confirms Juventus move
Daniel Alves has confirmed he will join Italian champions Juventus after eight seasons at Barcelona. Alves posted a goodbye message to his social media followers on Thursday amid reports suggesting the 33-year-old right-back was set to sign with the Bianconeri. Shortly after Alves' message, Barcelona issued their own formal goodbye to the Brazilian. Speaking to Sportitalia on Friday, the Brazil international said he is "happy" to be joining the Turin giants.
Inter sign Caner Erkin
Inter have officially confirmed the signing of Turkish full-back Caner Erkin from Fenerbahce. The 27-year-old has signed a three-year contract with the Milanese club. Erkin has been selected by Turkey coach Fatih Terim for his Euro 2016 squad, and the defender will be hopeful of adding to his 46 caps this month, before he joins up with his new teammates later this summer.
Pasqual signs for Empoli
Empoli have signed former Fiorentina captain Manuel Pasqual on a two-year contract. Left-back Pasqual, 34, had been released by La Viola after making over 350 Serie A appearances for the club he joined from Arezzo in 2005.