Italian Serie A Transfers - 2015/2016

  • Player
  • Country
  • To
  • From
  • Price
  • Simone Verdi
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • AC Milan
  • Torino
  • 450,000
  • Rodrigo Ely
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • AC Milan
  • Avellino
  • Free
  • Andrea Bertolacci
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • AC Milan
  • Roma
  • 20million
  • Luiz Adriano
    Attacker
  • Brazil
  • AC Milan
  • Shakhtar Donetsk
  • 8million
  • Giuseppe De Luca
    Attacker
  • Italy
  • Atalanta
  • Varese
  • undisclosed
  • Jasmin Kurtic
    Midfielder
  • Slovenia
  • Atalanta
  • Sassuolo
  • undisclosed
  • Davide Bassi
    Goalkeeper
  • Italy
  • Atalanta
  • Empoli
  • Free
  • Richmond Boakye
    Attacker
  • Ghana
  • Atalanta
  • Juventus
  • undisclosed
  • Antonio Mirante
    Goalkeeper
  • Italy
  • Bologna
  • Parma
  • Free
  • Lucas Castro
    Attacker
  • Argentina
  • Chievo
  • Catania
  • undisclosed
  • Massimo Gobbi
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • Chievo
  • Parma
  • Free
  • Federico Mattiello
    Defender
  • Italy
  • Chievo
  • Juventus
  • Loan
  • Rade Krunic
    Midfielder
  • Bosnia
  • Empoli
  • Borac Cacak
  • undisclosed
  • Lukasz Skorupski
    Goalkeeper
  • Poland
  • Empoli
  • Roma
  • Loan
  • Leonardo Pavoletti
    Attacker
  • Italy
  • Genoa
  • Sassuolo
  • 4million
  • Serge Gakpe
    Attacker
  • Togo
  • Genoa
  • Nantes
  • Free
  • Goran Pandev
    Attacker
  • FYR Macedonia
  • Genoa
  • Galatasaray
  • Free
  • Darko Lazovic
    Midfielder
  • Serbia
  • Genoa
  • Red Star
  • Free
  • Jeison Murillo
    Defender
  • Colombia
  • Inter Milan
  • Granada
  • 8million
  • Geoffrey Kondogbia
    Midfielder
  • France
  • Inter Milan
  • Monaco
  • 40million
  • Joao Miranda
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • Inter Milan
  • Atletico Madrid
  • Loan
  • Martin Montoya
    Defender
  • Spain
  • Inter Milan
  • Barcelona
  • Loan
  • Mario Mandzukic
    Attacker
  • Croatia
  • Juventus
  • Atletico Madrid
  • 19million
  • Sami Khedira
    Midfielder
  • Germany
  • Juventus
  • Real Madrid
  • Free
  • Roberto Pereyra
    Midfielder
  • Argentina
  • Juventus
  • Udinese
  • 14million
  • Norberto Neto
    Goalkeeper
  • Brazil
  • Juventus
  • Fiorentina
  • Free
  • Paulo Dybala
    Attacker
  • Argentina
  • Juventus
  • Palermo
  • 32million
  • Ravel Morrison
    Midfielder
  • England
  • Lazio
  • West Ham
  • Free
  • Patric
    Defender
  • Spain
  • Lazio
  • Barcelona
  • Free
  • Wesley Hoedt
    Defender
  • Netherlands
  • Lazio
  • AZ Alkmaar
  • Free
  • Jorginho
    Midfielder
  • Brazil
  • Napoli
  • Verona
  • 4.5million
  • Mirko Valdifiori
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • Napoli
  • Empoli
  • 5million
  • Pepe Reina
    Goalkeeper
  • Spain
  • Napoli
  • Bayern
  • Free
  • Ahmad Benali
    Midfielder
  • Libya
  • Palermo
  • Brescia
  • Free
  • Matheus Cassini
    Attacker
  • Brazil
  • Palermo
  • Corinthians
  • undisclosed
  • Aleksandar Trajkovski
    Midfielder
  • FYR Macedonia
  • Palermo
  • Zulte Waregem
  • undisclosed
  • Iago Falque
    Attacker
  • Spain
  • Roma
  • Genoa
  • Loan
  • Radja Nainggolan
    Midfielder
  • Belgium
  • Roma
  • Cagliari
  • 14million
  • Andrea Bertolacci
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • Roma
  • Gernoa
  • 8.5million
  • Leandro Paredes
    Midfielder
  • Argentina
  • Roma
  • Boca Juniors
  • 4.5million
  • Christian Puggioni
    Goalkeeper
  • Italy
  • Sampdoria
  • Chievo
  • Free
  • Lorenzo De Silvestri
    Defender
  • Italy
  • Sampdoria
  • Fiorentina
  • undisclosed
  • Emiliano Viviano
    Goalkeeper
  • Italy
  • Sampdoria
  • Palermo
  • Loan
  • Mattia Cassani
    Defender
  • Italy
  • Sampdoria
  • Parma
  • Free
  • Edgar Barreto
    Midfielder
  • Paraguay
  • Sampdoria
  • Palermo
  • Free
  • Lucas Torreira
    Midfielder
  • Uruguay
  • Sampdoria
  • Pescara
  • undisclosed
  • Niklas Moisander
    Defender
  • Finland
  • Sampdoria
  • Ajax
  • Free
  • Joel Obi
    Midfielder
  • Nigeria
  • Torino
  • Inter Milan
  • 2.4million
  • Marco Benassi
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • Torino
  • Inter Milan
  • 3.5million
  • Danilo Avelar
    Defender
  • Brazil
  • Torino
  • Cagliari
  • undisclosed
  • Afriyie Acquah
    Midfielder
  • Ghana
  • Torino
  • Hoffenheim
  • undisclosed
  • Birkir Bjarnason
    Midfielder
  • Iceland
  • Torino
  • Pescara
  • 1million
  • Ali Adnan
    Defender
  • Iraq
  • Udinese
  • Rizespor
  • 2.5million
  • Federico Viviani
    Midfielder
  • Italy
  • Verona
  • Roma
  • 4million
  • Samuel Souprayen
    Defender
  • France
  • Verona
  • Dijon
  • Free

Football Transfers in Serie A of Italy

Despite all the scandals that have hit Italian football during the last ten years, Italian Serie A remains one of the top football leagues and as such it is followed by football fans everywhere. Serie A matches may not feature packed stadiums or such a passionate atmosphere that we can see in England and Spain, but Italy’s top flight proves that not everything can be measured by numbers.

There was a time when clubs like Palermo and Udinese couldn’t even dream about upsetting the order at the top of the standings, but that time has long gone, as the Rossoblu and Friulani, as well as few other smaller clubs now regularly beat top sides like Inter, Milan or Juventus, and are vying for Champions League qualification with the more illustrious sides.

It is not easy to stay in touch with the latest developments from the Serie A, especially if one doesn’t know the language, and that is exactly why we have created a section called Italian Serie A football transfers, which will help you keep track of every single top flight transfer announced in Italy.

With the majority of Serie A clubs very active in every transfer window, it is little wonder that Italian soccer transfers usually dominate the transfer news sections, so you can be sure that Italian Serie A Transfers page will be packed with the latest deals announced on club’s official websites.

One of the reasons why the clubs from Italy are world leaders when it comes to the number of players coming and going every transfer window is the co-ownership feature that is predominantly used and often exercised by Serie A clubs. This option allows a club to sell 50% of the player’s rights to another club while sending him on loan to the potential buyer, giving the seller a chance to buy back the player if he proves his potential elsewhere.

Together with co-ownership transfers, the Serie A football transfers page will obviously feature all purchases, loans and free transfers from Italian elite division, whereas other football transfers can be found under English Premiership Transfers, Spanish La Liga Transfers and European Soccer Transfers.

All confirmed Italian soccer transfers will contain the player’s name and nationality, buying and selling club, as well as the price of the transfer where available, so as to give you an important information regarding every individual transfer which can be used for various purposes.