Multiple Serie A Teams Make Moves on Deadline Day

There weren’t any fireworks in Serie A on deadline day, but many sides filled out the squads with solid additions that could turn out to be instrumental for their respective objectives. Among the top clubs, Milan were the most active as they finalized the acquisitions of Aster Vranckx and Sergino Dest. Instead, Inter finally sealed the deal for Francesco Acerbi after a lengthy back and forth.

Roma found a new home for Justin Kluivert, who headed to Valencia on loan with a €15M option to buy. Juventus loaned out Arthur and Marko Pjaca. They kept Nicolò Fagioli but will send Denis Zakaria to Chelsea, The Athletic reports. Fiorentina ultimately couldn’t strike a deal with Empoli and even held onto Szymon Zurkowski.

Adriano Galliani, one of the most prolific directors on deadline day in Serie A history, replenished Monza’s defense after their injuries, signing Armando Izzo and Gabriele Ferrarini. Torino couldn’t land Dennis Praet but gave Ivan Juric a peppy attacker in Yann Karamoh.

Verona pulled off potentially one of the most meaningful moves as they brought in Simone Verdi, who massively contributed to Salernitana avoiding relegation last season. Spezia landed Ethan Ampadu from Chelsea after a good campaign at Venezia. Empoli added depth in multiple roles with Sebastian Walukiewicz and Jean-Daniel Akpa Akpro, on loan from Cagliari and Empoli respectively. Cremonese brought back former Torino and Milan midfielder Soualiho Meité, who was languishing at Benfica. Sampdoria snatched Ignacio Pussetto from Watford. The Blucerchiati managed to concoct a late swap with Verona involving Fabio Depaoli and Bruno Amione.

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