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Newly promoted Monza is serious He takes Pessina and now dreams of Icardi

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Auction between Chelsea and United to have De Ligt from Juve, who focuses on Zaniolo The Norwegian Solbakken between Rome and Naples, who says “no” to the renewal of Mertens

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Arrived for the first time in Serie A, Monza intends to play a leading role immediately, by the will of the patron, Silvio Berlusconi, and the CEO, Adriano Galliani. Who scored the blow he had been working on for some time, bringing the European champion Pessina back to Brianza. The formula of the deal with Atalanta is that of the loan with the obligation of redemption of 15 million. For Monza this is the fifth purchase after Ranocchia, Cragno, Carboni and Sensi. And the sixth is also in the finishing straight, which will be Birindelli. The Pisa full-back has defined the final details of the agreement and will sign a four-year contract with the red and white team. And that’s not all, because between Ronaldo’s suggestion and the more concrete one relating to Icardi, a reinforcement of weight for the attack will also arrive at Monza: also keep an eye on Belotti.

Juventus is unleashed, which will finance the next shots by selling De Ligt, for which Manchester United and Chelsea are in the running: the Dutchman has a release clause of 125 million euros, but could leave for 80. Juve also hopes to sell Rabiot, for whom United and Newcastle would have come forward, but the mother-agent is trying to divert the player to PSG. Juve are working on the arrival of Zaniolo, trying to find the right formula that satisfies Roma, while the number one candidate for the defense is the Brazilian Gabriel Paulista of Arsenal, which costs 40 million. A return of the flame is also possible for the Lazio Milinkovic Savic, esteemed by Allegri.

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In Milan, the candidacy of Traorè del Sassuolo for the role of attacking midfielder, which Pioli did not want when he was coaching Fiorentin, has lost share. He also likes Matheus Nunes, Portuguese international, born in 1998, of Sporting Lisbon. Meanwhile Cremonese, Spezia and Verona have come forward to have Daniel Maldini.

Roma challenge Napoli for Solbakken: the Norwegian striker is in the capital, where he had a meeting with Napoli emissaries in the Filmauro offices. Bodoe Glimt would prefer to give it to De Laurentiis, but the player had a verbal agreement with the management of Trigoria. Roma also remain at the window for Grillitsch’s future and new contacts are expected between the Giallorossi management and the entourage of the 27-year-old Austrian midfielder, released from Hoffenheim. The rumors arrived from Spain, that they wanted Roma interested in Isco, out of Real Madrid and that in the end should go to Betis, which Luiz Felipe made official, have been denied.

Lazio seems to have chosen the Portuguese, former under-21 international, Luis Maximiano for the goal, while in defense, in addition to Romagnoli, Mario Gila, owned by Real Madrid, should arrive. Thus the candidacies of Vicar seem to have faded (15 million the request of Empoli) and Casale del Verona, which could now accept the court of the usual Monza. Ilic, another Veronese, will arrive only if the sale of Luis Alberto to Sevilla takes place.

New no from Napoli to Mertens, who had made it known that he was satisfied with an agreement of 2.4 per year just to stay, while for the second goalkeeper there is the Tatarusanu idea. Finally in Manchester, on the United side, the Ronaldo trouble breaks out: he did not show up at the team meeting. –

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