Serie A Transfer Market Roundup – Latest News From September 6

Welcome to a new edition of our Transfer Market Roundup, where we keep you updated with all the news of the Italian calciomercato with one single click of a button, from the biggest clubs of the league all the way to the newly-promoted Serie A sides, and everything in-between.

In our previous edition, we mentioned that Luis Suarez is about to terminate his Barcelona contract in order to Join the Italian reigning champions Juventus, and this story remains the biggest transfer market news in the peninsula, with Spanish and Italian media outlets all agreeing that the move to Serie A will be made official in the next few days.

The Uruguayan striker is not the only Barcelona star seeking a quick exit from the club, as Arturo Vidal should also terminate his contract soon enough and reunite with his former Juventus boss Antonio Conte at Inter.

Other almost confirmed arrivals at Inter include Roma Left-Back Aleksandar Kolarov and Parma’s Matteo Darmian, while veteran defender Diego Godin could depart towards French side Stade Rennais.

On the other side of the city, Milan have officially captured Brahim Diaz from Real Madrid, while Brescia’s Sandro Tonali should soon sign as well. The interest in Chelsea’s Tiemoué Bakayoko has cooled down a little, but Maldini and Co. are still expected to launch another attack later during this transfer market.

Milan recently confirmed the arrival of 21-year-old Brahim Diaz on loan from Real Madrid

News from the capital claim that Lazio have finally reached an agreement with Fenerbahce for Vedat Muriqi. With the Kosovo striker set to cost President Claudio Lotito around 20M euros, the club could retrieve some of these funds by selling Angolan defender Bastos.

It has been some busy days at Napoli with crunch negotiations currently taking place between the club and Manchester City over the possible mega sale of star defender Kalidou Koulibaly.

Beside Arsenal’s Sokratis, Verona’s Marash Kumbulla has been mentioned as a possible replacement for the Senegalese at Napoli, who have also sold Brazilian midfielder Allan to Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton.

Meanwhile, in Tuscany, Fiorentina are looking to bolster their wing-back department as we previously suggested, with Italy International Cristiano Biraghi returning from his loan spell at Inter, and Roma duo Alessandro Florenzi and Leonardo Spinazzola mentioned as possible transfer targets.

At the same time, a deal with free-agent Giacomo Bonaventura has almost been reached, while star player Federico Chiesa keeps getting linked with various clubs, including Juventus, Milan, and lately Napoli.

After an incredible first season in Serie A, Hellas Verona are looking to add some depth to their midfield, singing Atalanta’s Adrien Tameze while also being linked with a move for former Fiorentina and Inter veteran playmaker Borja Valero.

Sassuolo have raised some eyebrows with the sale of young Left-Back Rogerio to Newcastle United, and it remains to be seen if Roberto De Zerbi’s side will be willing to directly spend the money soon enough.

In Sardinia, the arrival of Fiorentina winger Riccardo Sottil will definitely excite Cagliari fans. In defense, Roma and Cagliari have reportedly agreed on a deal for Federico Fazio with the only part still missing is the player’s approval.

In the port city of Genoa, Italy international goalkeeper Mattia Perin has rejoined Genoa for another season, while Monaco’s Adrien Silva could add some vital experience to the Sampdoria midfield if a transfer move is able to materialize with the principality club.

Signing 18-year-old left-back Aaron Hickley was a surprise move for Bologna as the Rossoblu were faster than the likes of Manchester City and Bayern Munich in securing the youngster’s services

In other news, Bologna successfully signed the highly-rated 18-year old Aaron Hickey from Scottish side Hearts, while Torino are now in the hunt for Arsenal’s Lucas Torreira.

Serie A newly-promoted Crotone are still very active in the transfer market, signing Red Star Belgrade’s Milos Juvic, as well as veteran right-back Andrea Rispoli from Lecce, and also tracking former Cagliari and Atalanta midfielder Luca Cigarini, and center-forward Emmanuel Riviere.

And we finish our tour with another promoted side, as Spezia managed to sign Jacopo Sala from SPAL, and are after PSV goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet, and could offer a pleasant surprise for calcio fans if they successfully capture the former Roma and Verona exciting talent Juan Iturbe.