Calciomercato 2022: Rome deserves 8, Milan continues with the green line

Calciomercato 2022: Rome deserves 8, Milan continues with the green line

An intense summer of transfer market. A session that began with the teams proclaiming the economic difficulties that are affecting the world of Italian football but ended with many blows, surprises, announced farewells and rather unexpected departures. In the meantime, the first four days of the A league, in a championship that promises to be decidedly different from the others due to the presence of the winter World Cup. The last hits were those of Inter who completed the defense with the arrival of Acerbi and Juventus who decided to lend midfielder Zakaria who arrived only last January. With the transactions concluded we analyze the market of the Italian teams and in particular of the big ones.

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Milan, start on the sly then what a blow

AC Milan was a very particular market. Company news slowed down the first phase of the market. But the Rossoneri under the guidance of the couple Maldini and Massara continued with their strategy. The focus is on young players, players to grow in the capable hands of Stefano Pioli to try to relive the emotions of last season with the victory of the Scudetto. The icing on the cake is the Belgian De Ketelaere, but the arrivals of the last few days with Dest, Varnckx and Thiaw they provide the coach with a team capable of competing once again for the tricolor. Rating 7.5

Juventus, Di Maria and Pogba: but also many sales

Juventus with one eye on the pitch and one on finances. The bianconeri want to relaunch and to do so they have focused on Pogba’s return and on the arrival of a champion like Angel Di Maria. Two highly experienced signings available to Massimiliano Allegri who is now called upon to get the most out of the team. In defense, the inclusion of Bremer instead of De Ligt sold at a record price to Bayern. But the insertions of Kostic, Paredes and Milik. Important market also coming out with the farewell of Dybala and Chiellini, and the departures of Arthur and Zakaria. Rating 7.5

Inter, the return of Lukaku: Inzaghi satisfied

Inter have scored the most important blow of this transfer window with the return home of Romelu Lukaku. After just one season at Chelsea, the Belgian striker is ready to take back the reins of the Nerazzurri team he left as Italian champions. Simone Inzaghi has a complete and solid training available in all departments with the management capable of rejecting the advances of PSG for the jewel Skriniar. A bit of a disappointment for the no-shows of Bremer and Dybalabut the Nerazzurri are once again among the contenders for the title. Grade 7

Rome: a market in the name of Mourinho

Roma cannot hide. The Capitoline training market surprised everyone and perhaps it shouldn’t have been given the presence of Josè Mourinho. The Special One effect continues to be a factor in the capital and the summer of the Giallorossi seems to have been directed in this direction. Roma have been very good at taking advantage of all the market opportunities that have presented themselves, managing to bring home players of international caliber such as Dybala, Matic, Wijnaldum and Belotti at practically negligible costs. And a particular mention goes to the failure to sell Zaniolo which represents an added value. Vote 8

Naples, the De Laurentiis revolution

A decidedly turbulent summer at Naples. President De Laurentiis decided to practically make a clean sweep and in the course of a few months the Azzurri fans said goodbye to the symbols of the team of recent years: Insigne left, Ghoulam, Ospina, Koulibaly, Mertens and Fabian Ruiz. In their place came players with great prospects like the Georgian Kvaratskhelia, Giacomo Raspadori and Olivera but also trusted players like Simeone and Ndombele. Now it’s up to Luciano Spalletti to find the right formula so as not to make us regret the past. Grade 7

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