January transfer window 2022: all the done deals in Serie A

With the January transfer window drawing to a close, here are all of the completed deals made by Serie A clubs this month.

The transfer window opened on January 3 this month and closed at 7pm UK time on January 31. It was an important month for the Serie A clubs, as they looked to reinforce their squads for the second half of the season. Many believe Juventus to be the ‘winners’ of this month’s market, having made a number of important signings and sales.

Below is the full list of transfers for all 20 Serie A clubs:


Arrivals: Boga (Sassuolo), Mihaila (Parma)

Departures: Lovato (Cagliari), Piccoli (Genoa), Gosens (Inter), Mattiello (Alessandria)


Arrivals: Aebischer (Young Boys), Kasius (Volendam), Rojas (Crotone), Mercier (Lille)

Departures: Van Hooijdonk (Heerenveen), Skov Olsen (Bruges), Cangiano (Crotone)


Arrivals: Lovato, (Atalanta), Goldaniga (Sassuolo), Baselli (Torino)

Departures: Farias (Benevento), Faragò (Lecce) , Godin (free agent), Oliva (free agent), Caceres (Levante)


Arrivals: Benassi (Fiorentina), Verre (Sampdoria)

Departures: Mancuso (Monza)


Arrivals: Ikoné (Lille), Piatek (Hertha Berlin), Cabral (Basel)

Departures: Benassi (Empoli), Vlahovic (Juventus), Montiel (Atletico Baleares)


Arrivals: Hefti (Young Boys), Ostigard (Brighton), Yeboah (Sturm Graz), Calafiori (Roma), Petrelli (Ascoli), Piccoli (Atalanta), Amiri (Bayer Leverkusen), Frendrup (Brondby), Czyborra (Arminia Bielefeld), Gudmundsson (AZ Alkmaar)

Departures: Sabelli (Brescia), Fares (Torino), Serpe (Crotone), Biraschi (Fatih Karagumruk), Cassata (Parma), Behrami (free agent), A. Touré (Fatih Karagumruk), Bianchi (Brescia), Caicedo (Inter), Radovanovic (Salernitana), Andrenacci (Brescia), Pandev (Parma)


Arrivals: Gosens (Atalanta), Caicedo (Genoa)

Departures: Eriksen (released), Colidio (Tigres), Satriano (Brest), Sensi (Sampdoria)


Arrivals: Vlahovic (Fiorentina), Gatti (Frosinone), Zakaria (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Departures: Bentancur (Tottenham), Kulusevski (Tottenham), Ihattaren (Ajax), Ramsey (Rangers)


Arrivals: Jovane Cabral (Sporting)

Departures: Escalante (Alaves), Rossi (Monopoli), Lukaku (Vicenza), Vavro (Copenhagen), Adekanye (Crotone), Jony (Sporting Gijon), Durmisi (Sparta Rotterdam), Lombardi (Reggina), Muriqi (Mallorca)


Arrivals: Lazetic (Red Star).

Departures: Conti (Sampdoria), Pellegri (Torino), Plizzari (Lecce)


Arrivals: Tuanzebe (Aston Villa)

Departures: Manolas (Olympiacos)


Arrivals: Maitland-Niles (Arsenal), Sergio Oliveira (Porto)

Departures: Pau Lopez (Marseille). Villar (Getafe), Borja Mayoral (Getafe), Calafiori (Genoa), Reynolds (Kortrijk), Ciervo (Sassuolo), Fazio (Salernitana)


Arrivals: Sepe (Parma), Mazzocchi (Venezia), Verdi (Torino), Fazio (Roma), Bohinen (CSKA Moscow). Dragusin (Sampdoria), Mousset (Sheffield United), Mikael (Recife), Radovanovic (Genoa)

Departures: Aya (Reggina), Gondo (Cremonese), Simy (Parma)


Arrivals: Rincon (Torino), Conti (Milan), Magnani (Hellas Verona), Sensi (Inter), Sabiri (Ascoli), Supryaga (Dinamo Kiev)

Departures: Depaoli (Verona), Adrien Silva (Al-Wahda), Torregrossa (Pisa), Chabot (Cologne), Verre (Empoli), Ihattaren (Ajax), Dragusin (Salernitana)


Arrivals: Ceide (Rosenborg), Ciervo (Roma), Moro (Catania)

Departures: Goldaniga (Cagliari), Russo (Sint Truiden), Boga (Atalanta)





Arrivals: Fares (Genoa), Pellegri (Milan), Ricci, (Empoli), Seck (SPAL)

Departures: Rincon (Sampdoria), Kone (Crotone), Baselli (Cagliari), Verdi (Salernitana)


Arrivals: Benkovic (Leicester), Marì (Arsenal)

Departures: Teodorczyk (Vicenza), Forestieri (released), Samir (Watford), De Maio (Vicenza)


Arrivals: Cuisance (Bayern Munich), Nani (free agent), Ullmann (Rapid Vienna), Nsame (Young Boys)

Departures: Bjarkason (Catanzaro), Forte (Benevento), Schnegg (Crotone), Mazzocchi (Salernitana), Heymans (Charleroi), Zigoni (Virtus Verona)

Hellas Verona

Arrivals: Depaoli (Sampdoria), Retsos (Bayer Leverkusen), Praszelik (Slask Wroclaw)

Departures: Cetin (Kayserispor), Magnani (Sampdoria), Ragusa (Lecce)

11 Comments on “January transfer window 2022: all the done deals in Serie A”

  1. There’s a reason why big clubs rarely do crucial transfers during the winter transfer. The chances of failure are very high since the player must adapt very quickly. At least now Juve will say at least they tried to save their most recent worst start but everyone knows now making top 4 will be even difficult under Allegri. He could grind enough draws to actually achieve it but he will be forced to play attacking football which will be his downfall when everything falls apart. Also with so many key players that will be out of contract in the next transfer window why spend anything now?

  2. Very little interest in signing Italian players as usual.

    The “top 8” signed 15 players between them, and only 1, Gatti, was Italian.

  3. Can we have article about serie b aswell Parma did 4 signings including Simy and Pandev. Clearly they were not happy how first half of the season played out!

  4. @Solointer: Juve’s oldest attacker would be the 3rd youngest attacker on Inter! Get your Penaten cream ready cuz you’re going to need it when Juve makes the quarterfinals and Inter takes 2 beatings at the hands of Liverpool !

  5. Italian clubs love buying everage foreign players to sit on there bence instead of giving home grown talents a chance.
    Still those clubs can compete in European competitions.

  6. Looks like a really good transfer window for Juventus, and in theory they should get at least 4th place now. But football doesn’t always follow the logic, and the other teams have trained their players well and got good systems in place.

  7. I miss Marco Branca at Inter

    Opinions are one thing facts are another.
    Inter are the highest scoring team in the league with strikers proven more prolific than Dybala, Morata.
    Moise Kean is simply not going to make it, a signing of desperation after Ronaldo bailed out.
    Vlahovic might just turn the tide for you lot, but to win the Scudetto will require a lot more.
    Inter will not win the Champions League but neither will Juventus. Who gets further really has no consequence for either club.
    Juventus will be back over time, no doubt about it but
    This is Inter’s time, it’s sure looking like back to back Scudetto whilst Juventus are desperately scrambling for a Champions League place. Inter are really where Juventus want to be

    That is the reality in this moment.

  8. @Morgan Dovo Exactly and my whole point is that January transfers don’t usually work. Allegri is not about to change his system now to suit one player. He’s not Ronaldo who’s a proven goal scoring machine. He will have more pressure now than he ever experienced in his whole carreer. As for CL Inter right now are the only Italian team that can face sides like Liverpool and have a chance of going through.

  9. @Solointer: Inter right now are the only Italian team that can face sides like Liverpool ……. so there’s no excuse to lose to Liverpool right ??
    @ Morgan Dovo: and yes there is a consequence to not making the quarterfinals in Champions League ….the 13 mill for advancing and 1.8 mill per win ……with the stadiums at 5000 seat capacity in January that kind of Windfall from making the quarters in CL could make the difference in reducing the teams losses.
    Besides, did you think Inter would win 9 scudetti in a row?

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