There was no fireworks In the Italian Serie A on the day of the deadline, but many parties filled the teams with strong additions that could be instrumental in achieving their goals. Among the top clubs, Milan was the most active as it ended the acquisitions of Aster Vranckx and Sergino Dest. Instead, Inter finally struck a Francesco Acerbi deal after a long back-and-forth.
Roma have found a new home for Justin Kluivert, who is on loan to Valencia with a €15m buyout option. Juventus loaned Arthur and Marco Biacca. They keep Niccol Fagioli but will send Denis Zakaria to Chelsea, the athlete reports. Fiorentina was ultimately unable to strike a deal with Empoli and stuck to Szymon Zurkovsky.
Adriano Galliani, one of the most productive deadline directors in Serie A history, renewed Monza’s defense after their injuries, signing Armando Izzo and Gabriel Ferrarini. Torino couldn’t land Dennis Praet but gave Ivan Juric a racy striker in Jan Karamoh.
Verona made one of the most meaningful moves as it brought on Simone Verdi, who contributed significantly to Salernitana avoiding relegation last season. Spezia has relegated Ethan Ampadu from Chelsea after a good campaign in Venice. Empoli added depth in multiple roles with Sebastian Walukewicz and Jean-Daniel Akproro, on loan from Cagliari and Empoli respectively. Cremonese brought back former Torino and Milan midfielder Sualiho Mete, who had been struggling at Benfica. And snatched Sampdoria Ignacio Pussetto from Watford. The Blucerchiati He succeeded in fabricating a late swap with Verona, with the participation of Fabio Depaoli and Bruno Amoni.