Atalanta Officialize the Numbers for Their Major Deals

Atalanta divulged their balance sheets on Wednesday, revealing the true costs and profits of their busy transfer market windows. They were in the black for €3.85M, which is an achievement since Serie A sides usually bleed money, L’Eco di Bergamo informs. The session refers to the 2022/2023 season, while last summer’s deal will impact the next one.

Still, La Dea announced the figures for every move. Manchester paid €74M for Rasmus Hojlund, plus €10M in potential add-ons. They received €17M, plus €4.5M, for Jeremie Boga from Nice. Al-Ahli disbursed €16.6M, plus €3M bonuses, for Merih Demiral. Roger Ibanez transferring from Roma to Saudi Arabia netted them €3M due to a previous re-sale clause. Joakim Maehle, who joined Wolfsburg, was evaluated at €12M, while Duvan Zapata at €5.7M, plus €2.8M.

Atalanta spent the largest sum for a player they have barely utilized so far, El Bilal Touré, as they gave Almeria €29.1M and €3M bonuses. Gianluca Scamacca had a similar price tag, €25.5M plus €5M. Charles De Ketelaere’s numbers don’t differ from the rumored ones.

Instead, they shelled out €9.5M for Mitchel Bakker, who has struggled so far. Instead, the deal to bring in Emilh Holm was more manageable, €2.5M right away plus an €8.3M option to buy.

Atalanta could get €12M for Roberto Piccoli and €6.9M for Brandon Soppy if Lecce and Torino decided to retain them permanently at the end of the season. Simone Panada moved to Sampdoria on loan with an improbable €8M clause.

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