The Italian Serie A is one of the best football club national championships on the European continent. Here, the best always strive to play, and the competition for the right to become a champion has become sharper and sharper in recent years. However, in many respects, the Italian championship is still inferior to the English Premier League, and some experts and fans consider it, so to speak, weaker than the Spanish La Liga.
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Serie A may see major personnel changes this summer. In particular, the league is expected to leave some of its stars, and about who it may be, we propose to reflect immediately.
Matthijs De Ligt
22-year-old centre-back Matthijs de Ligt moved to Italy in the summer of 2019, when Juventus bought his contract from Ajax for 85.5 million euros. A year later, the Dutch legionnaire became the champion of Italy, but after that the Turin giant had a crisis, and at the moment the Old Lady is not one of the key contenders for the Serie A gold.
De Ligt himself seems to be seriously thinking about the advisability of changing his club registration in the summer of 2022. In particular, his agent Mino Raiola recently spoke directly about the fact that Matthijs is “ready for a new step in his career.” A more transparent hint of a desire to leave Juventus, perhaps, cannot be.
Fiorentina’s young striker Dusan Vlahovic has been playing in Serie A since the summer of 2018. The Florentines bought him from Partizan for 2 million euros, and now the estimated value of the Serbian striker is 70 million! All because of the phenomenal two seasons, including the current one, that Vlahovic has been putting out.
There is little doubt that Vlahovic will leave Fiorentina in 2022, as well as that the transfer will take place in the summer, and not in January. If only because of the desire of the Violets management to keep the striker until the end of the championship, as well as the desire of potential merchants to postpone the issue of such serious investments for a more favorable time, which is a priori the summer transfer window.
Argentine striker Paulo Dybala has been playing in the Italian Serie A since the summer of 2012. First, he spent three seasons with Palermo, and then went on promotion to Juventus. However, now the question of whether Paulo will remain in the “Old Signora” in the future, and indeed whether he will continue to perform in Serie A, is more relevant than ever.
The fact is that Dybala’s contract with Juventus expires at the end of June, and the parties have not concluded a new deal. The media have already reported that its details seem to have been discussed and agreed upon, but at the last moment the Turin team decided to bargain, which displeased the striker and led to the suspension of negotiations. Moreover, Dybala himself in an interview directly stated that now the issue of prolonging his contract is not a priority, and he is ready to wait.