Serie A transfer round-up from Italian papers: Tottenham-Inter talks, Napoli want Adama Traore

During the World Cup break, Football Italia brings you all the transfer rumours from Italian sports papers in English.

Check out the front pages of La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Il Corriere Dello Sport and Tuttosport here.

La Gazzetta Dello Sport

Inter will struggle to sign Marcus Thuram in January and competition will be stiffer in the summer with several clubs interested in signing the France striker on a free transfer.

Monza’s Alessio Cragno is an option for Inter as Samir Handanovic may not sign a contract extension with the club.

Napoli consider a move for Wolves’ Adama Traoré whose contract runs out in June. Betis’ Luiz Henrique is also an option to potentially replace Hirving Lozano who could leave in the summer with a year left in his contract (2024).

After Sampdoria’s Sabiri, Fiorentina set their sights on Atalanta’s Boga.

Verona and Salernitana are working on a swap deal involving Federico Bonazzoli and Federico Ceccherini. The Gialloblu are also interested in Bologna’s Emanuel Vignato and could send Josh Doig to the Stadio Dall’Ara.

Udinese’s Bram Nuytinck is a target of Monza for January. Roberto Gagliardini (Inter) is their priority target in midfield.

Il Corriere Dello Sport

Lazio are also interested in Marcus Thuram as well as Ivan Ilic (Verona) and Luka Susic (RB Salzburg).

With Denzel Dumfries potentially leaving, Inter are considering a move for Tottenham’s Emerson Royal.

Spezia, Empoli and Sampdoria  want Juventus’ Matias Soulé on loan.


PSG are interested in Milan’s Pierre Kalulu as Milan Skriniar is set to stay at Inter, signing a contract extension.

Tottenham have reignited their interest in Alessandro Bastoni, but Inter don’t want to sell.

Juventus need a new centre-back in January or in the summer. Spezia’s Jakub Kiwior is one of the names in the agenda, but Milan are also interested. Ndicka, Gvadiol and Pavlovic are still being monitored at the Allianz Stadium.

Juventus remain in talks with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s agent.

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