Jeff Hendrick is officially a free agent after running to the end of his Burnley contract this week. As speculation mounts surrounding his move to Milan, we look at how he might fit into the Rossoneri side. Hendrick showed that he can play as both an attacking and defensive midfielder, and could be a good back-up option in Milan’s 4-2-3-1 lineup.
It is no longer news that Inter are closing in on a deal to sign Real Madrid right-back Achraf Hakimi. The Moroccan international is currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund, but his two-year arrangement is coming to an end. Real Madrid sent himout on loan with the hopes of him returning as a starter, but it would appear his future rather lies under Antonio Conte.
Inter and Juventus are the front-runners to sign Brescia’s Sandro Tonali this summer, but how might he fit into the starting line-up under Antonio Conte? And would he be suited to Conte’s Inter at all? Conte’s Inter like to play in a 3-5-2 set-up and Tonali would likely be looking at either Brozovic or Barella as his main competition to break into the Inter first-team.
Arkadiusz Milik could well be one of the players departing from Napoli this summer. With details over his contract still stalling as it stands, it’s not far-fetched to think he’ll be on his way out of the club. Should he leave, Lille’s Victor Osimhen lies in wait as a potential candidate to lead the forward line under Gennaro Gattuso next season.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract with Milan will end once the season is finished. What he will do next remains uncertain as Zlatan apparently had a heated discussion with CEO Ivan Gazidis over his running of the club last week. With the big Swede possibly leaving, here are four names that Milan could be looking at to replace him at the San Siro.
Serie A is back again after months of inactivity and we can expect a lot to go down over the next few weeks. The season is set to be completed properly and following that, the transfer window will be wide open. Some stories have been growing already so let’s take a look at the recent top transfer rumors, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Gonzalo Higuain’s future.
Aaron Ramsey has endured a difficult first season for Juventus since completing a free transfer from Arsenal. Struggles for form and fitness have restricted him, with just 15 league appearances under his belt. A Premier League return seems the most likely avenue for the 29-year-old. So let’s take a look at the likely clubs where Ramsey could be playing his football next season.
In less than a month, the Serie A is set to welcome it’s doors open for action once again. There might have been no action on the pitch for the last two months but a lot has gone down regardless. So let’s take a look at the top Serie A sides and their major activities while football was forced to stop, with a special focus on the rumored transfer market deals.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, we take a look at how the crisis may end up impacting the upcoming transfer market window for the Serie A clubs. Player wages may become a problem for multiple teams, which might be forced to sell their best forces for a lower price and mostly resort to swap deals to keep things in balance.
The January transfer market window is officially closed and the Serie A has seen its usual loan deals going through. It’s been a pretty interesting month for the Italian clubs so let’s take a deeper look into the business every side has undergone in this massive recap post of the Calciomercato session. We will also be rating each club’s campaign.
Inter are currently sitting second in the Serie A table – 4 points off leaders Juventus – but are starting to lose tempo. The Nerazzurri need some good back-ups for their starters and have been looking mostly at the Premier League to fill in their gaps. Players set to join Antonio Conte’s side include Olivier Giroud and Victor Moses, while Ashley Young already landed in Milano.
Last week, Fiorentina confirmed the signing of Patrick Cutrone from Wolverhampton Wanderers. The former Milan striker may have the perfect partner in crime in Florence in the person of Federico Chiesa. If they manage to click, the two could form a lethal partnership to bolster the Viola’s attack and save a season which has been well below expectations so far.