The Football Italian staff have taken a look at the top 10 names on the Serie A transfer market and analysed the players worth tracking.
For the sake of brevity we have only touched on the names who are currently available to sign and, more importantly, who are not.
So, let’s start with a quick glance at the list of players who have been linked to Juventus, Lazio, Inter and Sampdoria in the last few days, then we will move onto the transfers themselves.
In this article, we will look at all the players who were linked with Juventus, and Lazio.
These three clubs are currently the only two teams on the transfer market in Serie A, but this season there are two other clubs who have also been linked with the Bianconeri, Roma and Napoli.
As mentioned above, all of these transfers were approved by the transfer committee at the club’s headquarters, and they will all have to go through the approval process in order to get approved by Juve’s board.
A number of players will have to be sold in order for these clubs to sign them, but if all the other clubs have signed, then these players will remain with their respective clubs.
It is worth mentioning that Inter are also believed to be interested in the likes of Andrea Belotti, and Francesco Totti.
The transfer committee has approved transfers for Juventus, so we will start with the Italian side and move on to the transfer of Lazio’s former defender Federico Bernardeschi.
Bernardi has been a popular target for Juventus in the past, and the Biancocelesti have made the right move.
They have taken the player who played the bulk of his time in central defence in the second half of last season, and he has proved to be an outstanding performer in the position.
This season, Bernardesci has been on the scoresheet for Lazio once, scoring a brace against Lazio in the derby.
His performance in the Derby against Lazia in March was a major reason why Lazio ended the season as runners-up in Serie B, and it has been suggested that he may be set for a move to Inter this summer.
Lazio have also made a strong push for Lazarino, and Bernardesgi has been one of the few names that have been mentioned as a possible replacement for the former Juventus star.
When signing Bernardesi, Lazioni made the move clear to him.
“It’s time to leave Inter, we have to find a better place for the next generation of Lazarinos” he wrote on his Instagram page.
However, with the transfer window just around the corner, it is not as if Lazio will just have to make a move and move the striker on.
According to the Italian newspaper, “the president [Domenico Berardi] has already agreed a contract extension with Lazio”, and so Lazio are now set to continue with their pursuit of the player.
On a more personal note, Bernardisgi has had a difficult time getting into the Bianconi family.
After signing a three-year deal with Inter last summer, the former Lazio defender had his contract terminated, and was subsequently sold to Sampdori in a £7m deal.
While the player has had to adapt to life in Italy, he has shown a lot of promise at Lazio and is looking to continue his career in Serie D, and Inter are looking for a similar signing.
With both Inter and Lazaro linked with signings of new signings in the summer, we can expect Bernardesini to be on the radar of both sides in the coming months.
Now, onto the players on Lazio who have reportedly been offered to Juventus and Lazarini.
Let’s take a look.
Milan’s Mario Balotelli Mario Balotini has not had the best season at the Stadio Olimpico, scoring just one goal and adding just one assist in Serie E. He has been linked by Juventus, Roma, Inter, Sampdione and Lazlo in the transfer markets, and in order, the Italian giants are expected to sign the player, but there are other clubs out there who have shown interest in him.
Lazarini’s agent, Andrea De Pasquale, claims that the striker’s contract is up, and has told the Milanese that he is looking for an exit from the club.
There is also talk of the Italian club wanting to sell the player to Juventus for an even more hefty fee.
Juventus have already been linked in the Italian media with a deal for Balotinelli, and reports suggest that Lazio have been working on a bid of around €40m, and Milan are also reportedly willing to pay around €25m for the player as well.
If Lazio sign Balotli, it