Atalanta and Torino Embroiled in Multiple Operations

Torino ran interference on Isak Hien, and Atalanta retorted by asking for one of their staples, Alessandro Buongiorno. La Dea proposes a multi-player deal, but the Granata don’t want to sell their youth product, TuttoSport informs.

President Urbano Cairo and co. are trying to bring back Aleksey Miranchuk on a permanent deal. However, they have yet to meet the counterparty’s asking price. The valuation of the Russian attacker is over €10M. He logged four goals and four assists last season.

Atalanta responded to the lowball offer from Torino and their move for Hien with a €25M bid for Buongiorno, Tuttomercatoweb informs. The package would include one or two makeweights. On top of the inventive midfielder, Brandon Soppy is also an option. The Orobici tried to offload him while luring Wilfried Singo, but Monaco won the race.

The Granata are looking for a new trustworthy defender as Koffi Djidji is recovering slowly from a sports hernia surgery. Instead, the Nerazzurri sold Merih Demiral and might part ways also with José Luis Palomino and Caleb Okoli too.

Our Take on Atalanta, Torino, and Hien

Skirmishes are normal this late in the window when multiple sides are competing for the same targets. Verona will surely be pleased. The Granata necessitate another center-back but have three sound starters. They need Miranchuk more, while the Swede should be a priority for La Dea.

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