Transfers – today’s done deals in Serie A: Kessié to Barcelona and more

Rolando Mandragora’s move to Fiorentina and Franck Kessié to Barcelona are two of the transfers completed today. Check out all the official deals of the day in Serie A.

The Italy international has joined the Tuscans permanently for €8.2m plus €1m add-ons. Torino were in talks to sign the player after his loan spell last season but didn’t reach an agreement with the Bianconeri.

Mandragora will replace Lucas Torreira at Fiorentina.

Raoul Bellanova underwent his medical with Inter and the Serie A giants will likely announce his signing on Tuesday. The Nerazzurri have confirmed that Martin Satriano has joined Empoli on loan until the end of the season. Sebastiano Esposito has also left the Stadio Meazza on a temporary deal, signing with Anderlecht until the end of the season.

Lazio have reportedly reached an agreement to sign Mario Gila from Real Madrid for €6m and saw their ex-defender Luiz Felipe join Real Betis for nothing after the expiration of his contract in the capital.

Likewise, Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Franck Kessié as a free agent from Milan. The Ivory Coast international has a €500m release clause at the Nou Camp.

Here are all the official transfers in Serie A today

Franck Kessié from Milan to Barcelona – free transfer

Sebastiano Esposito from Inter to Anderlecht – loan

Luiz Felipe from Lazio to Betis – free transfer

Emanuel Ercolano from Sampdoria to Turris – loan

Luca Zanimacchia from Juventus to Cremonese – loan

Martin Satriano from Inter to Empoli – loan

Rolando Mandragora from Juventus to Fiorentina – permanent €8.2m deal plus €1m add-ons

Riccardo Ciervo from Sassuolo to Frosinone – loan

Luca Moro from Sassuolo to Frosinone – loan

Stefano Turati from Sassuolo to Frosinone – loan

Brian Bayeye from Catanzaro to Torino – permanent

3 Comments on “Transfers – today’s done deals in Serie A: Kessié to Barcelona and more”

  1. That is a fantastic deal for Barca, Kessie is a fine player. He had a blinder at Old Trafford last year and was very unlucky to have a perfectly good goal ruled out.

  2. Kessie is hot and cold. Had a number of very average seasons with us, then 1 good season, then this last one which started very bad, and only got good at the end. Maybe he’ll do better at Barca.

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