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2024 Serie A winter transfer market: official signings and transfers board

2024 Serie A winter transfer market, the official signings and sales board: all the deals concluded in this session which started last January 2nd and will end on January 31st.
With Serie A having started its second round, attention is also turned to the winter transfer market which will take place throughout the month of January, with the same dates also adopted in almost all of the rest of Europe.
In Saudi Arabia, however, the gong for negotiations will ring one day earlier than in Italy, on January 30th.
In Serie A there would appear to be few teams with a good budget to spend during this transfer market session, with even big names such as Juventus, Inter and Roma, who are held back by budgetary needs.
However, all the teams appear intent on shoring up their squads and, in the case of some of the clubs most in difficulty in the standings, literally revolutionizing the team in an attempt to guarantee their stay in the top flight.
To always be updated on the purchases and sales of Serie A teams, here is the complete schedule of the 2024 winter transfer market.
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TeamAcquisitionsDepartures Atalanta Isak Hien (8.5 million) Nadir Zortea (p) Bologna Mihajlo Ilic (4.5 million) Kevin Bonifazi (p), Joaquín Sosa (p) Cagliari / Gastón Pereiro (p), Elio Capradossi (release) Genoa Emil Bohinen (p), Djed Spence (p) Silvan Hefti (p), Radu Drăgușin (25 million), George Pușcaș (p), Filip Jagiello (p) Empoli Saba Goglichidze (0.45 million), Szymon Zurkowski (p), Alberto Cerri (p) Lovro Stubljar (p), Daniel Maldini (fp), Filippo Ranocchia (fp) Fiorentina Davide Faraoni (p) Niccolò Pierozzi (p) Frosinone Farès Ghedjemis (0.3 million), Kevin Bonifazi (p), Nadir Zortea (p), Demba Seck (p) Karlo Lulic, Michele Avella (p) Inter Tajon Buchanan (6 million) Lucien Agoumé (p), Eddie Salcedo (p) Juventus Tiago Djaló (5.1 million) Dean Huijsen (p) , Filippo Ranocchia (4 million) Lazio / Toma Basic (p) Lecce Santiago Pierotti (1.2 million) Giacomo Faticanti (p), Marcin Listkowski (fp) Milan Matteo Gabbia (fp), Filippo Terracciano (4.5 million) Rade Krunic (p), Luka Romero (p), Devis Vásquez (p) Monza Daniel Maldini (p) Franco Carboni (p) Napoli Pasquale Mazzocchi (3 million), Cyril Ngonge (18 million), Hamed Junior Traorè (p) Eljif Elmas (24 million), Alessandro Zanoli (p) Roma Dean Huijsen (p) Ola Solbakken (p) Salernitana Toma Basic (p), Niccolò Pierozzi (p), Alessandro Zanoli (p) Pasquale Mazzocchi (3 million), Emil Bohinen (p ) Sassuolo Josh Doig (6 million) Agustín Álvarez (p), Matías Viña (fp) Torino / Demba Seck (p) Udinese Lautaro Giannetti (p) Axel Guessand (p) Verona Tijjani Noslin (3 million), Elayis Tavsan (0, 5 million) Isak Hien (8.5 million), Filippo Terracciano (4.5 million), Cyril Ngonge (18 million), Josh Doig (6 million), Martin Hongla (2.7 million), Yayah Kallon (p), Davide Faraoni (p), Jayden Braaf (p) In addition to the deals already concluded, there are many negotiations underway in Serie A during this transfer market session.
Roma are particularly active and after the change on the bench they are now closing in on the winger Angelino, but the dream would be Empoli playmaker Tommaso Baldanzi.
Fiorentina, on the other hand, would be interested in Andrea Belotti, while Napoli would now have closed for the Belgian midfielder Leander Dendoncker and the Udinese defender Nehuen Perez.
There are also signs from Torino that they could sign Sevilla gem Rafa Mir, while Milan could sign another defender after the return of Matteo Gabbia.
Finally, it is difficult to expect blows from Inter and Juventus, with the Bianconeri reportedly about to sell Moise Kean to Spain.
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