From the big deal of Salernitana Jerome Boateng to the €50 million Juventus surprise Carlos Alcaraz, up to the new Giallorossi star Baldanzi, without forgetting Belotti's hopes of a stunning restart in Florence.
All incoming and outgoing operations of the 20 Serie A clubs during the winter transfer market session analyzed team by team.
Djalo first, Alcaraz at the end: Juve and the future in the January transfer window
The big purchase in the Juventus market is the one made in the last hours of January, with the arrival of Carlos Alcaraz in the Juventus club on loan for €4 million from Southampton and a right of redemption set at €49m, for the end of the season. Before the Argentine, the Bianconeri have beaten Inter for Tiago Djalo, anticipating the times and taking him now rather than at the end of the season on a free transfer. Only Huijsen is out, having joined AS Roma on loan.
Tiago Djalo (Lille)
Carlos Alcaraz (Southampton)
Dean Huijsen (Rome)
Buchanan is the only piece of the puzzle: Inter close the transfer market with just one purchase
Cuadrado injured? Here's Tajon Buchanan. This, in a nutshell, is Inter's January transfer window, which with a squad already set up to win the Scudetto and also aiming to the top of the Champions League, will now be able to concentrate only and exclusively on the pitch. Only the transfer of Agoume to Sevilla on loan is the out deal.
Tajon Buchanan (Bruges)
Lucien Agoume (Seville)
Milan without surprises at the end? The Rossoneri market stops with Terracciano and Gabbia
The return of Matteo Gabbia from his loan to Villarreal and the arrival of Filippo Terracciano from Hellas Verona. Milan's market ends at these two names, with the feeling that a sign may have been lacking, especially in defence, where for weeks there have been many names in the sights. The transfer of Krunic, who went to Fenerbahce, was important.
Matteo Gabbia (Villarreal)
Filippo Terracciano (Hellas Verona)
Rade Krunic (Fenerbahce)
Luka Romero (Almeria)
Marco Pellegrino (Salernitana)
Chaka Traore (Palermo)
Finally Napoli: four signings in January, but ADL was unable to reach the top picks
SSC Napoli revolution. After the near stagnation on the summer transfer market, Aurelio De Laurentiis worked hard to strengthen Mister Mazzarri's squad during the winter session. Maybe he wasn't able to reach his first goals, such as Lazar Samardzic or Nehuen Perez of Udinese, but the Azzurri still added new talented players to the squad, losing only a big one (Elmas) in terms of transfers. The choice to bring Traorè back to Serie A, who has finally recovered from malaria, is intriguing, as is the choice to focus on two revelations: Mazzocchi and Ngonge. With the hope of also winning the Dendoncker bet.
Pasquale Mazzocchi (Salernitana)
Hamed Jr Traore (Bournemouth)
Cyril Ngonge (Hellas Verona)
Leander Dendoncker (Aston Villa)
Eljif Elmas (RB Leipzig)
Alessandro Zanoli (Salernitana)
Alessio Zerbin (Monza)
Gianluca Gaetano (Cagliari)
From Huijsen to Baldanzi: Tiago Pinto's limited hours have not stopped the AS Roma transfer market
A gamble signed by Mourinho in defense (Huijsen), but also the experience of Angeliño on the wing and the creativity of the young Baldanzi in the final hours of the transfer market. Despite the farewells of Mourinho and Tiago Pinto, AS Roma did not remain stagnant like their SS Lazio cousins and took advantage of the winter session to strengthen at least three departments of the squad currently coached by Mister De Rossi. The almost imperceptible sale of Solbakken and the loan of Belotti to ACF Fiorentina are out.
Dean Huijsen (Juventus)
Tommaso Baldanzi (Empoli)
Ola Solbakken (Urawa Reds)
Andrea Belotti (Fiorentina)
The world champion Boateng and his 8 brothers: this is how Salernitana revolutionized the squad
Nine signings and many hopes of salvation for Salernitana, who with Walter Sabatini's return to management have thrown themselves into the market to try to change the fortunes of this season and above all to leave the last place in the standings as soon as possible. From experience to youth, from Italy to the rest of the world, the list of Salernitana is full of players. Among the many reinforcements, who covered Inzaghi's back after the farewells of the two very starting players Mazzocchi and Lovato (and not only), that of the world champion Jerome Boateng undoubtedly stands out. A big shot, in true Ribery style.
Pasalidis (OFI Crete)
Boateng (free agent)