Radja Nainggolan is poised to return to Cagliari shortly as the club is nearing an agreement with Inter to have him back on loan, Gazzetta dello Sport and transfer market Gianluca di Marzio reported. The negotiation accelerated on Tuesday as …
Inter held a summit yesterday with the entire management, coach Antonio Conte and president Steven Zhang and outlined the strategy for upcoming January window, where the mandate will be to limit the spending and possibly reduce the payroll.
After parting ways with Diego Costa, Atletico Madrid have made an offer to acquire Arkadiusz Milik and are currently negotiating the fee with Napoli. The Colchoneros have presented a €7/8M bid and are hoping president Aurelio De Laurentiis will lower his double-digit demands.
Serie A teams might be forced to pay hefty sums in the near future because a recent clarification of the Agenzia dell’Entrate (the Italian tax office) excluded them from a privileged regime that yielded them major discounts on the salary taxes in the last couple of years.
Juventus have contacted Lyon to discuss the acquisition of Memphis Depay, who has an expiring contract. The Bianconeri are willing to include Federico Bernardeschi in the deal.
Nicolò Zaniolo discussed his injuries, the departure from Inter and his future in an interview, where he promised he will return on the pitch in the Spring and expressed his love for Roma.
Napoli are trying to find a solution for both Elseid Hysaj and Nikola Maksimovic, who are on expiring contracts, and will try to reduce the roster and the payroll in January,
Roma intend to sign an attacker in January and are seriously considering bringing back Stephan El Shaarawy from Shanghai Shenhua, which could return on a season-long loan.
Inter are canvassing the market to find a back-up for Romelu Lukaku and the most recent option on the table is Divock Origi, who is on his way out from Liverpool as he has not played consistently in the first part of the season.
Juventus have jumped ahead of Roma in the race to sign Bryan Reynolds from FC Dallas as they proposed a higher offer. The fullback would initially join another club because the Bianconeri can not add other extra-EU players this season, with Cagliari rumoured to be candidates.
The president of the Referees’ Association (AIA) Marcello Nicchi discussed the rough start of the season of the officials, saying that substantial improvements could be on the horizon.
Alejandro Gomez and Atalanta are working to resolve the rift as the tensions seem to have placated behind the scenes and all parties involved are looking for some sort of reconciliation, but his departure in January is still considered likely.