With all of ItalyÃ‚â€™s top clubs making changes to their rosters, the Serie A title is wide open this season. Soccerway.com tracks the biggest changes made by four of ItalyÃ‚â€™s biggest teams. Which team made the most headway in the seasonÃ‚â€™s transfer market?
Flamini: MilanÃ‚â€™s first transfer brought the young combative Frenchman to the San Siro after an exceptional coming out season with Champions League quarter-finalists Arsenal. Will he become the next big French star?
Zambrotta: In order to strengthen MilanÃ‚â€™s comparatively weak defence, Zambrotta returned to Italy, this time wearing the Red and Black. Is he still one of the best defenders in the world?
Shevchenko: Milan legend returns after 2 dismal years in England. Milan supporters hope he getÃ‚â€™s back to his best.
Ronaldinho: Probably the biggest transfer in the world this summer. His first game against Bologna showed that Ronaldinho may become one of the best players in the world once again.
Mancini: Brazilian Mancini has added even more quality to the already star studded Inter line-up. His ability to play as a defender, midfielder and forward gives Inter great options.
Quaresma: The young Portuguese midfielder was one of the most sought after midfielders this transfer season after his maturation this past season.
Mellberg: Juventus added more height and experience to the Juventus backline in their quest to regain their title as one of the best teams in Europe.
Amauri: New Brazilian sensation Amauri was captured early in the transfer season and gives Juve a much needed 4th striker to help the Turin club compete in all competitions this season.
Baptista: The loss of Mancini to Inter may have hurt the Roman club, that is up until the capture of Ã‚â€œLa BestiaÃ‚â€ to add more muscle to the team.
Menez: Another possible French star was tracked by many top teams, but Roma captured him and will be looking to turn this youngster into a great player for many years to come.
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