Football : Italian Serie A transfers in 2015/2016 season
Latest transfers in Italian Serie A
|Jun 15||Davide Bassi||Atalanta|
|Jun 15||Birkir Bjarnason||Torino||1.5|
|Jun 15||Leonardo Pavoletti||Genoa||3|
|Jun 15||Edoardo Ceria||Atalanta|
|Jun 15||Jasmin Kurtic||Atalanta||3.5|
|Jun 15||Luca Rossettini||Bologna||2.5|
|Jun 15||Gianni Manfrin||Chievo Verona|
|Jun 15||Marco Calderoni||Chievo Verona|
|Jun 15||Francesco Forte||Inter|
|Jun 15||Vincenzo Tommasone||Inter|
The most expensive transfers
|Jun 15||Paulo Dybala||Juventus||32|
|Jun 15||Geoffrey Kondogbia||Inter||30|
|Jun 15||Mario Mandzukic||Juventus||19|
|Jun 15||Xherdan Shaqiri||Inter||15|
|Jun 15||Roberto Pereyra||Juventus||14|
Summer transfers in Italian Serie A
Goalkeeper Davide Bassi on a free transfer from Empoli; Forward Edoardo Ceria from Juventus; Slovenian midfielder Jasmin Kurtic from Sassuolo for a fee of 3.5m; Chilean forward Mauricio Pinilla (permanent signing) from Genoa for a fee of 2m.€ 6m
Defender Luca Rossettini from Cagliari for a fee of 2.5m; Senegalese defender Ibrahima Mbaye (permanent signing) from Inter Milan for a fee of 3.5m.
Defender Antonio Barreca from Torino.
Defender Gianni Manfrin from Modena; Defender Marco Calderoni from Bari; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Ervin Zukanovic from Gent.€ 4m
Midfielder Riccardo Saponara (permanent signing) from Milan for a fee of 4m.
Defender Luca Bittante from Avellino.€ 3m
Forward Leonardo Pavoletti (permanent signing) from Sassuolo for a fee of 3m; Forward Michael Ventre from Inter Milan; Serbian midfielder Darko Lazovic on a free transfer from Red Star Belgrade; Macedonian forward Goran Pandev on a free transfer from Galatasaray; Togolese forward Serge Gakpe on a free transfer from Nantes.€ 56.7m
Forward Francesco Forte from Pisa; Forward Vincenzo Tommasone from Genoa; French midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia from Monaco for a fee of 30m; Defender Davide Santon (permanent signing) from Newcastle United for a fee of 3.7m; Colombian defender Jeison Murillo from Granada for a fee of 8m; Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri (permanent signing) from Bayern Munich for a fee of 15m.€ 66.8m
Forward Eric Lanini from Palermo; Senegalese forward Mame Thiam from Virtus Lanciano; Argentinean midfielder Roberto Pereyra (permanent signing) from Udinese for a fee of 14m; Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic from Atletico Madrid for a fee of 19m; German midfielder Sami Khedira on a free transfer from Real Madrid; Goalkeeper Alberto Brignoli from Ternana Calcio for a fee of 1.8m; Argentinean forward Paulo Dybala from Palermo for a fee of 32m.€ 8.2m
Serbian defender Dusan Basta from Udinese for a fee of 5m; Brazilian defender Mauricio from Sporting Lisbon for a fee of 2.7m; Spanish defender Patric on a free transfer from Barcelona B; English midfielder Ravel Morrison on a free transfer; Dutch defender Wesley Hoedt from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 0.5m.€ 5m
Forward Simone Verdi from Torino for a fee of 0.5m; Brazilian defender Rodrigo Ely on a free transfer from Avellino; Defender Luca Antonelli (permanent signing) from Genoa for a fee of 4.5m.€ 7.5m
Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina from Bayern Munich for a fee of 2m; Midfielder Mirko Valdifiori from Empoli for a fee of 5.5m.€ 1.5m
Defender Edoardo Goldaniga from Juventus; Forward Nicolas Viola on a free transfer from Ternana Calcio; Libyan midfielder Ahmad Benali on a free transfer from Brescia Calcio; Macedonian midfielder Aleksandar Trajkovski from Zulte Waregem; Brazilian forward Matheus Cassini from Corinthians for a fee of 1.5m.€ 5m
Midfielder Francesco Lodi (permanent signing) from Catania Calcio for a fee of 5m.€ 13.6m
Midfielder Andrea Bertolacci from Genoa for a fee of 8.5m; Forward Matteo Politano from Pescara for a fee of 0.6m; Australian midfielder Daniel De Silva from Perth Glory; Argentinean midfielder Leandro Paredes (permanent signing) from Atletico Boca Juniors for a fee of 4.5m.€ 13.1m
Ghanaian midfielder Alfred Duncan (permanent signing) from Inter Milan for a fee of 2.6m; Defender Andrea Coda on a free transfer from Udinese; Paraguayan midfielder Edgar Barreto on a free transfer from Palermo; Colombian forward Luis Muriel (permanent signing) from Udinese for a fee of 10.5m; Finnish defender Niklas Moisander on a free transfer from Ajax Amsterdam.€ 10m
Forward Domenico Berardi (permanent signing) from Juventus for a fee of 10m.€ 8.4m
Icelandic midfielder Birkir Bjarnason from Pescara for a fee of 1.5m; Ghanaian midfielder Afriyie Acquah from Hoffenheim for a fee of 2.8m; Brazilian defender Danilo Avelar from Cagliari for a fee of 2.5m; Uruguayan goalkeeper Salvador Ichazo from Danubio for a fee of 1.6m.
Forward Emanuele Rovini from Empoli.
Dutch defender Urby Emanuelson on a free transfer from Roma; Chilean forward Mauricio Pinilla on loan from Genoa.€ 1m
Defender Marco Capuano (permanent signing) from Pescara for a fee of 1m; Belgian midfielder Paul-Jose Mpoku on loan from Al-Arabi; Croatian forward Duje Cop from Dinamo Zagreb; Uruguayan defender Alejandro Gonzalez on loan from Verona; Czech midfielder Josef Husbauer on loan from Sparta Prague; Serbian goalkeeper Zeljko Brkic on loan from Udinese.€ 0.8m
Albanian midfielder Armando Vajushi from Litex Lovetch; Midfielder Federico Mattiello on loan from Juventus; English defender Myles Anderson from Monza Brianza; Forward Nicola Pozzi on loan from Parma; Greek midfielder Ioannis Fetfatzidis on loan from Genoa; Danish midfielder Anders Christiansen from Nordsjaelland for a fee of 0.8m.
Defender Daniele Rugani on loan from Juventus; Defender Michele Somma on loan from Roma; Australian midfielder Joshua Brillante on loan from Fiorentina; Midfielder Riccardo Saponara on loan from Milan.
Defender Aleandro Rosi on loan from Genoa; Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah on loan from Chelsea; Forward Alberto Gilardino on loan from Guangzhou Evergrande; Goalkeeper Antonio Rosati on a free transfer from Napoli; Midfielder Alessandro Diamanti on loan from Evergrande.
Malian defender Alassane Tambe from Kortrijk; Forward Marco Borriello on a free transfer from Roma; Moroccan defender Zakarya Bergdich on loan from Valladolid; Uruguayan midfielder Diego Laxalt on loan from Inter Milan; Forward Leonardo Pavoletti on loan from Sassuolo; Defender Lorenzo Ariaudo on loan from Sassuolo; French forward M'Baye Niang on loan from Milan; Argentinean midfielder Tino Costa on loan from Spartak Moscow.
Defender Davide Santon on loan from Newcastle United; Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic on loan from Dinamo Zagreb; Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri on loan from Bayern Munich; German forward Lukas Podolski on loan from Arsenal; Guinea-Bissau forward Ze Turbo from Sporting Lisbon.
Forward Alessandro Matri on loan from Milan.
Brazilian defender Mauricio on loan from Sporting Lisbon.€ 7.8m
Defender Gabriel Paletta from Parma for a fee of 2m; Midfielder Luca Antonelli from Genoa for a fee of 4.5m; Forward Mattia Destro on loan from Roma; Defender Salvatore Bocchetti on loan from Spartak Moscow; Spanish midfielder Suso from Liverpool for a fee of 1.3m; Forward Alessio Cerci on loan from Atletico Madrid.€ 12.5m
Forward Manolo Gabbiadini from Sampdoria for a fee of 12.5m; Croatian defender Ivan Strinic from Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk.
Defender Andrea Rispoli on loan from Parma; Paraguayan defender Danilo Ortiz on loan from Cerro Porteno; Croatian midfielder Mato Jajalo on a free transfer from Rijeka.
Uruguayan midfielder Cristian Rodriguez on loan from Atletico Madrid; Portuguese midfielder Silvestre Varela on loan from Porto; Midfielder Antonio Nocerino on loan from Milan; Albanian midfielder Andi Lila on a free transfer from Giannina.€ 21.8m
Argentinean defender Nicolas Spolli on loan from Catania Calcio; Ivory Coast forward Seydou Doumbia from CSKA Moscow for a fee of 14.4m; Colombian forward Victor Ibarbo on loan from Cagliari; French defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (permanent signing) from Newcastle United for a fee of 7.4m.€ 8.2m
Ghanaian midfielder Afriyie Acquah on loan from Hoffenheim; Argentinean defender Ezequiel Munoz on loan from Palermo; Cameroonian forward Samuel Eto'o on a free transfer from Everton; Goalkeeper Alberto Frison on loan from Catania Calcio; Defender Andrea Coda on loan from Udinese; Colombian forward Luis Muriel on loan from Udinese; Venezuela forward Andres Ponce from Llaneros Guanare; Argentinean midfielder Joaquin Correa from Estudiantes for a fee of 8.2m.
Greek forward Anastasios Donis on loan from Juventus; Slovenian forward Dejan Lazarevic on loan from Chievo Verona.
Uruguayan midfielder Alvaro Gonzalez on loan from Lazio; Uruguayan goalkeeper Salvador Ichazo on loan from Danubio; Argentinean forward Maxi Lopez (loan return) from Chievo Verona.
Croatian forward Stipe Perica on loan from Chelsea.
Defender Eros Pisano on loan from Palermo; Brazilian forward Fernandinho on loan from Gremio Porto Alegre; Midfielder Leandro Greco on loan from Genoa.
Milan seals Bertolacci signing
Milan have confirmed the signing of Italian international midfielder Andrea Bertolacci on a four-year deal for a fee in the region of €20m. The 24-year-old spent last season at Serie A side Genoa, scoring six goals in 34 Serie A appearances. Bertolacci becomes Sinisa Mihajlovic's first major signing since he replaced Filippo Inzaghi as head coach earlier this month.
Berardi joins Sassuolo
Juventus have confirmed that Italy under-21 forward Domenico Berardi has committed his future to Sassuolo. The two clubs co-owned the 20-year-old striker and had been due to agree on a permanent transfer between them. It had been widely expected that Berardi would join the Bianconeri but he has instead opted for Sassuolo. A Juventus statement said a €10m fee had been agreed for the full transfer.
Boca chief confirms Tevez return
Carlos Tevez, 31, is set for a return to boyhood club Boca Juniors, after general secretary Cesar Martucci claimed to have secured the Argentine's services. Juventus striker, on international duty with Argentina at the Copa America, has played his trade in Europe since 2006, enjoying stints with West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City before heading to Italy.
Reina signs for Napoli
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina has completed a move back to Napoli from Bayern Munich after undergoing a medical. The 32-year-old landed in Italy on Tuesday afternoon ahead of sealing a deal with the Serie A side. Reina spent a season on loan at Napoli after an acrimonious split with Liverpool, eventually leaving Anfield permanently for Munich in August last year. The Spaniard made just two Bundesliga appearances for Pep Guardiola's side as understudy to Manuel Neuer. Reina is thought to have landed a three-year contract at the Stadio San Paolo.
Mandzukic joins Juventus
Juventus have completed a deal to sign Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic after the Croatian successfully passed a medical with the Serie A champions. A fee of €19m, payable in three separate installments, has been agreed, with a potential extra €2m to be added on if certain performance-related targets are met. Mandzukic has agreed a four-year contract with the club. The 29-year-old joined Atletico last summer from Bayern Munich and scored 20 goals in 43 games for the Spanish side.
Inter sign Kondogbia from Monaco
Inter have beat city rivals Milan to the signing of Geoffrey Kondogbia. The French midfielder will leave Monaco for the Serie A club after agreeing a deal reported to be worth around €35m. Kondogbia penned a five-year deal after Inter fought off competition from rivals Milan as well as Arsenal and Tottenham. The 22-year-old spent two seasons with Monaco, having arrived from UEFA Europa League champions Sevilla in 2013, and made 48 Ligue 1 appearances.
Mandzukic arrives in Turin
Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic arrived in Turin on Sunday evening ahead of his Juventus medical on Monday morning, where he will then sign his new four-year contract with the Italian Serie A champions. Juventus are close to finalising their transfer for the Croatian international after reaching a €18m agreement with Atletico Madrid this past week.
Mandzukic got off to a strong start, scoring 22 goals but was rendered ineffective from February on due to an ankle injury. Mandzukic has still been on the radar for many of the top clubs in Europe, with English Premier League sides, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal all being linked, but Juventus have seemingly presented the best offer.
Valdifiori joins Napoli
Napoli have signed midfielder Mirko Valdifiori from Empoli. The 29-year-old's arrival was confirmed by club chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis, who tweeted a picture of Valdifiori signing his contract after completing a medical. Valdifiori, who made his Italy debut against England in March, has signed a four-year deal, to cap an outstanding year in which he has proved his quality.
Mandzukic set for Juventus move?
With Carlos Tevez plotting a return to Argentina and Boca Juniors, Juventus are moving swiftly to replace the forward to ensure their continued dominance of Serie A. Various reports in the Italian media suggest that the Bianconeri have agreed an €18m transfer for Atletico Madrid striker Mario Mandzukic, with the Croatia international to sign a four-year deal in Turin and shun interest from Manchester United. Mandzukic scored 20 goals in 37 appearances last season.
Trajkovski joins Palermo
Attacking midfielder Aleksandar Trajkovski has signed a five-year contract with Palermo. The 22-year-old arrives from Belgian side Zulte Waregem for an undisclosed transfer fee. Trajkovski becomes the first summer signing for the Serie A club. He is currently with Macedonia's national team.
Khedira signs for Juventus
Juventus have signed Germany midfielder Sami Khedira from Real Madrid on a free transfer, the Italian champions announced on Tuesday. The 28-year-old has agreed a four-year contract with the Champions League runners-up and will join the Turin club on July 1. He leaves Madrid after a five-year that saw him win La Liga once, the Copa del Rey twice and the Champions League last year. Khedira also has 54 caps for Germany, scoring five goals, and featured prominently in their run to World Cup victory last summer.
Dybala joins Juventus
Juventus have completed the signing of Palermo's forward Paulo Dybala for a fee of €32m, potentially rising to €40m, on a five-year contract. Dybala, who moved to Palermo in 2012 from Argentinian club Instituto, scored 13 times in 34 Serie A appearances this season, and the club had been keen to cash in on the 21-year-old, who turned down a contract extension in January.