Multiple Serie A Teams Announce Final Deadline Day Deals

Deadline day went down without a bang in Serie A, but several clubs rounded out their squads. Salernitana were by far their busiest one because of their peculiar situation. Juventus announced the capture of Denis Zakaria and the departures of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur, which they arranged over the weekend. Most sides trimmed the fat by sending fringe players abroad or to the lower divisions.

Lazio did not land their primary targets, but they added a forward and a left-back as they wished. They acquired Jovane Cabral from Sporting CP and put Dimitrije Kamenovic under contract. He joined from Cuckaricki last summer, but they did not finalize the signing to keep an extra-EU spot open. They shipped Vedat Muriqi off to Mallorca. Atalanta did not agree to send Aleksey Miranchuk to the Biancocelesti, but they snared Valentin Mihaila from Parma anyway to have one more speedy attacker.

One of the few Serie A moves that came out of nowhere on deadline day was Goran Pandev leaving Genoa to join Parma. The Rossoblù purchased Albert Gudmundsson from AZ Alkmaar to further add to the frontline they have been patiently reworking. Torino purchased Demba Seck from SPAL, one of the most promising Serie B youngsters.

Venezia came out on top in the race for the prolific Jean-Pierre Nsame from Young Boys. Sampdoria bounced back with Vladyslav Supryaha, while Salernitana with Mikael from Sport Recife and Lys Mousset from Sheffield United. Empoli replaced the injured Riccardo Marchizza with Liberato Cacace from Sint-Truiden.