GdS: Milan and Inter score higher than Juventus for their work in the summer market

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan and Inter had the best transfer markets out of the top clubs in Serie A, according to this morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The paper (via MilanNews) proclaims the two Milanese sides as being the ‘queens of the market’ and assigns a rating of 7.5 out of 10 to the work carried out by the management of the two clubs.

They praise the way that the Nerazzurri have replaced their big exits but also give plaudits to Maldini and Massara for being creative on the market with a limited budget and being able to bolster the squad depth and retain key players.

Roma also did well and got a 7 out of 10, followed by Atalanta, Fiorentina, Lazio and Juventus, all deserving of a 6.5. The lowest score went to Napoli who were only able to add Juan Jesus and Anguissa to their squad in a season where the pressure is on to reach top four.

Salernitana and Venezia both got a 5.5 as the former did not reinforce while the latter went down the road of quantity rather than quality.

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  1. 7.5 for a summer in which we lost Donnarumma on Bosman?

    Tomori & Tonali deals had been agreed during previous transfer windows & aside from that, only Maignan transfer is cogent.

    It was very modest transfer window, considering the fact that we’ve got back in Champions League.


  2. Exactly…what a whitewhash…It is enough for serie a(top 3) but we will cry after CL games(hope for third place and EL on spring).safe is empty and that is the true.this transfer window is ok and that is all – 5/10 …

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