Italian Serie A transfers in 2017/18 season

Latest transfers

Fabrizio BrignaniBolognaJun '17-
Moussa SouareInter-
Etrit BerishaAtalanta5
Giancarlo GonzalezBologna2
Sebastien De MaioBologna2
Bruno GasparFiorentina4
Andre SilvaMilan38
Nicolas HaasAtalanta-
Robin GosensAtalanta0.9
Ricardo RodriguezMilan18

The most expensive transfers

Andre SilvaMilanJun '1738
Juan CuadradoJuventus20
Ricardo RodriguezMilan18
Mateo MusacchioMilan18
Medhi BenatiaJuventus17

Summer transfers in Italian Serie A

€ 5.9m


Albanian goalkeeper Etrit Berisha from Lazio for a fee of 5m; Swiss midfielder Nicolas Haas on a free transfer from Luzern; German defender Robin Gosens from Heracles for a fee of 0.9m; Brazilian midfielder Joao Schmidt on a free transfer from Sao Paulo.

€ 4m


Defender Fabrizio Brignani from Cremonese; Costa Rican defender Giancarlo Gonzalez from Palermo for a fee of 2m; French defender Sebastien De Maio from Anderlecht for a fee of 2m.

€ 27.5m


Portuguese defender Bruno Gaspar from Guimaraes for a fee of 4m; Brazilian defender Vitor Hugo from Palmeiras for a fee of 8m; Colombian midfielder Carlos Sanchez from Aston Villa for a fee of 3m; Midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli from Bari for a fee of 1.4m; Uruguayan defender Maximiliano Olivera from Penarol for a fee of 2.5m; Serbian defender Nikola Milenkovic from Partizan Belgrade for a fee of 5.1m; Uruguayan midfielder Sebastian Cristoforo from Sevilla for a fee of 3.5m.

€ 2.5m


Chilean forward Mauricio Pinilla from Atalanta; Swedish midfielder Oscar Hiljemark from Palermo for a fee of 2.5m.


Guinean forward Moussa Souare from Santarcangelo; Honduran midfielder Rigoberto Rivas from Prato Youth.

€ 47.5m


Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado from Chelsea for a fee of 20m; Moroccan defender Medhi Benatia from Bayern Munich for a fee of 17m; Uruguayan midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur from Atletico Boca Juniors for a fee of 10.5m.

€ 74m


Portuguese forward Andre Silva from Porto for a fee of 38m; Swiss defender Ricardo Rodriguez from Wolfsburg for a fee of 18m; Ivorian midfielder Franck Kessie on loan from Atalanta; Argentinian defender Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal for a fee of 18m.

€ 11.2m


Argentinian defender Federico Fazio from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of 3.2m; Brazilian defender Juan Jesus from Inter Milan for a fee of 8m.

Winter transfers

€ 1.5m


French midfielder Anthony Mounier on loan from Bologna; Forward Giuseppe De Luca on loan from Bari; Dutch defender Hans Hateboer from Groningen for a fee of 1.5m; Midfielder Bryan Cristante on loan from Benfica; Goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini on loan from Aston Villa.

€ 2.7m


Colombian midfielder Juan Manuel Valencia from Cortulua for a fee of 1.4m; Croatian forward Bruno Petkovic from Trapani Calcio for a fee of 1.3m.


Belgian defender Senna Miangue on loan from Inter Milan; Midfielder Paolo Faraga on loan from Novara; Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel on loan from Milan.

Chievo Verona

Togolese midfielder Serge Gakpe on loan from Genoa.

€ 0.6m


Slovenian midfielder Andrej Kotnik on loan from Gorica; Ghanaian midfielder Maxwell Acosty from Latina Calcio for a fee of 0.6m.

€ 4.5m


Austrian forward Arnel Jakupovic from Middlesbrough for a fee of 1m; Slovenian midfielder Miha Zajc from Olimpija Ljubljana for a fee of 2.3m; Moroccan midfielder Omar El Kaddouri from Napoli for a fee of 1.2m; Senegalese midfielder Mame Thiam on loan from Juventus.


Midfielder Riccardo Saponara on loan from Empoli; Goalkeeper Marco Sportiello on loan from Atalanta.

€ 0.3m


Midfielder Raffaele Palladino from Crotone for a fee of 0.3m; Swedish midfielder Oscar Hiljemark on loan from Palermo; French defender Loick Landre from Lens; Midfielder Danilo Cataldi on loan from SS; Brazilian goalkeeper Rubinho on a free transfer from Calcio Como; Moroccan midfielder Adel Taarabt on loan from Benfica; Forward Claudio Repetto from Lavagnese; Chilean forward Mauricio Pinilla on loan from Atalanta.


Australian defender Trent Sainsbury on loan from Jiangsu Suning; Midfielder Roberto Gagliardini on loan from Atalanta.

€ 8m


Venezuelan midfielder Tomas Rincon from Genoa for a fee of 8m.


Argentinian midfielder Lucas Ocampos on loan from Genoa; Spanish midfielder Gerard Deulofeu on loan from Everton; Goalkeeper Marco Storari from Cagliari.

€ 18.6m


Brazilian midfielder Leandrinho from Atletica Ponte Preta for a fee of 0.6m; Forward Leonardo Pavoletti from Genoa for a fee of 18m.

€ 0.8m


Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Toni Sunjic on loan from Stuttgart; Swedish midfielder Stefan Silva from Sundsvall for a fee of 0.8m.

€ 0.1m


Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari on a free transfer; Cypriot midfielder Grigoris Kastanos on loan from Juventus Primavera; Argentinian midfielder Andres Cubas on loan from Atletico Boca Juniors; Forward Alberto Gilardino on a free transfer from Empoli; Defender Cesare Bovo from Torino for a fee of 0.1m; Forward Alberto Cerri on loan from Juventus; Defender Guglielmo Stendardo on a free transfer from Atalanta; Russian forward Bogdan Mishukov from Ural.


French midfielder Clement Grenier on loan from Lyon.

€ 3.2m


Croatian defender Lorenco Simic from Hajduk Split for a fee of 1.2m; Polish defender Bartosz Bereszynski from Legia Warszawa for a fee of 2m.


Midfielder Alberto Aquilani on loan from Pescara.

€ 0.5m


Brazilian defender Carlao from APOEL Nicosia for a fee of 0.5m; Paraguayan midfielder Juan Iturbe on loan from Roma.

€ 4.5m


Swedish forward Mathias Ranegie on loan from Watford; Ivorian midfielder Assane Gnoukouri on loan from Inter Milan; Forward Kevin Lasagna from Carpi for a fee of 4.5m.

News - transfers

Torino 27.6.17
Sirigu leaves PSG for Torino

Italy goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has been released by Paris Saint-Germain and will join Serie A club Torino. PSG says it has reached a deal with Sirigu to terminate his contract, which ran until June 2018. PSG says the 30-year-old Italy international signed a deal with Torino on Tuesday. Sirigu, who joined the Parisian club in 2011, won four French league titles, three League Cups and two French Cups with PSG. He played on loan at Sevilla and Osasuna this season after being pushed back down the pecking order at PSG by Kevin Trapp.

Fiorentina 20.6.17
Fiorentina sign Bruno Gaspar

Fiorentina have announced the signing of defender Bruno Gaspar from Vitoria de Guimaraes on a five-year contract. Gaspar becomes Stefano Pioli's first signing since he took over from Paulo Sousa as head coach earlier this month. The right-back made 28 league appearances for the Primeira Liga club last season, with his four assists and 11 clean sheets contributing to Guimaraes' fourth-placed finish.

Fiorentina 17.6.17
Fiorentina complete Milenkovic signing

Fiorentina have completed the signing of defender Nikola Milenkovic from Partizan Belgrade. The 19-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the Viola. Milenkovic, a centre-back, made his international debut for Serbia last year and is part of his country's squad for the European Under-21 championship.

Partizan general manager Milos Vazura had revealed in March that a deal had been agreed for the teenager to move in a deal reportedly worth around €5million, with the switch now officially confirmed. Fiorentina have also signed Brazilian centre-back Vitor Hugo ahead of the new campaign, a deal that cost a reported €8m.

Milan 12.6.17
Silva signs with Milan in €38m deal

Milan made Andre Silva their fourth signing this summer, acquiring the Portugal striker in a €38m deal with Porto. The 21-year-old has agreed a five-year contract with the Serie A club. He scored 21 goals in 44 matches in all competitions for Porto last season. Silva follows Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie and Ricardo Rodriguez in joining Milan, who now have reportedly spent over €135m on new recruits so far this summer, following their takeover by Chinese investors.

Milan 8.6.17
Milan signs Rodriguez from Wolfsburg

AC Milan has signed left back Ricardo Rodriguez from Wolfsburg in the Rossoneri's third acquisition since the Serie A season ended last month. Milan says it signed the 24-year-old Switzerland international to a four-year contract. While financial details were not announced, Milan will reportedly pay Wolfsburg a transfer fee of €15 million plus €3m in eventual bonuses.

Milan also recently signed Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie on a two-year loan from Atalanta and Argentine centre back Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal.

Fiorentina 5.6.17
Vitor Hugo signs for Fiorentina

Fiorentina have announced the transfer of Vitor Hugo from Palmeiras for a reported €8m. The 26-year-old has agreed a four-year contract with the option of a further year after completing a medical with the Serie A club. The centre-back, who was a key part of Palmeiras' Brasileirao-winning squad of 2016, has been signed as a replacement for Gonzalo Rodriguez, whose contract expires at the end of June.

Milan 2.6.17
Milan sign Kessie from Atalanta

Milan have announced the signing of midfielder Franck Kessie from Atalanta on a two-year loan deal. The 20-year-old Ivorian midfielder had been a target for the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham but has opted to stay in Serie A. After a promising season in Italy's top division Kessie finished with six goals and three assists in 30 Serie A appearances. Kessie is the second signing of the summer for the Italian club and follows Mateo Musacchio to Milan, who joined from Villarreal earlier this week.

Milan 30.5.17
Milan sign Musacchio

AC Milan have announced the signing of centre-back Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal on a four-year deal. The defender underwent a medical last week and he has now formalised his move to San Siro, with Milan believed to have paid a fee in the region of €18million. The 26-year-old started his professional career with River Plate before joining Villarreal in 2009. He made well over 200 appearances in all competitions, but will now continue his career in Serie A.

Juventus 25.5.17
Mandzukic extends Juventus deal to 2020

Mario Mandzukic has signed a one-year extension to his contract at Juventus, keeping the Croatia forward at the Serie A club until June 2020. Mandzukic, who turned 31 on Sunday, has made 84 appearances for the Turin club since joining from Atletico Madrid in 2015, scoring 23 times. He has helped Juventus to back-to-back league and cup doubles and also into the final of the Champions League, where it faces Real Madrid on June 3.

Inter 31.1.17
Sainsbury joins Inter Milan

Trent Sainsbury has left Chinese club Jiangsu Suning to make a loan return to Europe to play for Inter Milan, who share owners with his club. Sainsbury joins the Serie A outfit until the end of the season and his arrival at San Siro follows Andrea Ranocchia's departure. The Perth-born defender began his professional career with Central Coast Mariners before moving to Europe to join Dutch club Zwolle in 2014. In January 2016, Sainsbury added a third continent to his career experiences, joining Jiangsu Suning.

Empoli 31.1.17
Jakupovic signs for Empoli

Middlesbrough Academy striker Arnel Jakupovic has left the club and joined Empoli on a permanent deal. The 18-year-old has agreed a deal with the Serie A side until 2021. Jakupovic, a regular in the Austria Under-19s side who has also previously been invited to train with the national Under-21 side, ended last season with 20 goals in 20 appearances for Paul Jenkins' side.

Juventus 31.1.17
Juventus snap up Orsolini

Juventus have signed winger Riccardo Orsolini from Ascoli for a fee of €10 million. The 19-year-old, who will remain on loan at the Serie B side until the summer, is the Bianconeri's second January signing. Atalanta's Mattia Caldara has also agreed to move to Turin but, like Orsolini, will wait until the end of the 2016-17 season before joining up with his new teammates.

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