Monza Looking for Substantial Andrea Colpani Fee

Monza starlet Andrea Colpani has earned himself a fair share of high-profile suitors in Serie A following an emphatic start to the new campaign. Closely monitored by Inter these past few months, the 24-year-old has also attracted interest from Milan and Roma. 

However, Monza chief Adriano Galliani insists the Italian’s future lies at the Brianteo. Colpani has only recently committed his long-term future to the Lombard outfit, penning a five-year contract extension. And Raffaele Palladino’s men have no interest in selling their most prized asset.

I have never spoken about Colpani with anyone, and we have extended his contract for five years. I swear to God there’s no reservation,” the Monza chief executive said, as quoted by Calciomercato.

Colpani has been one of the best-performing midfielders in Serie A this season. In ten league appearances for Monza, he has tallied four goals, averaging a strike every 180 minutes. His rise to prominence has not gone unnoticed, yet Galliani knows how to maximize his profits.

It appears Monza believe they can achieve a significant price for Colpani. They are gunning for the €27 million threshold, the exact figure Inter will pay Sassuolo to secure a permanent deal for Davide Frattesi at the end of his loan. 

Despite making their Serie A debut only last season, Monza have gained a stellar reputation for turning talented youngsters into established top-tier performers. Colpani most certainly headlines the list as he’s knocking on the door of the Italy national team, as recently confirmed by the Azzurri gaffer Luciano Spalletti.

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