Atalanta and Their Testing Transfer Market Summer

After achieving so much during the last campaign, Atalanta’s stable of some of the most talented players in Serie A have become the envy of Europe’s leading lights. The rise of Atalanta has been extraordinary. From Serie A minnows to Champions League’s latest giant-killers, Gasperini’s men achieved the sort of feats not many in Italy have in recent years.

Assi di Coppe: Atalanta’s Champions League Masterpiece

Two infinite minutes. That’s how long it took for the referee to check Alejandro Gomez’s position on a pass by Robin Gosens, before ruling that El Papu was not in offside when he served Timothy Castagne an assist for the goal that propelled Atalanta into history. La Dea qualified to the Champions League knockout stage after trailing Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0.

Atalanta Seize Away Point as Napoli Foam With Rage

Atalanta left the San Paolo Stadium unscathed as they held Napoli onto a 2-2 tie to consolidate their third place in the Serie A table. The Partenopei took the lead twice, but failed to capitalize and ultimately left the pitch furious at referee Piero Giacomelli, guilty in their eyes of not having sanctioned with a penalty a contact in the box between Simon Kjaer and Fernando Llorente.

Papu Gomez Sets Atalanta Off to a Stunning Serie A Start

With two Europa League preliminary rounds already on their back, Atalanta are the fittest Serie A club at the moment. Their opening match tonight followed the same pattern seen in Europe, with the Bergamaschi delivering a hailstorm of goals to unfortunate Frosinone. Captain Alejandro Gomez scored 2 goals and served 2 assist to set his side off to a good start.