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Here is all of Fiorentina’s winter transfer business

Despite the late flurry, the Viola were pretty quiet in this transfer window

Serie A Fixture Unveiling Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images for Lega Serie A

The storm of mercato, mercifully ended another 6 months, has settled on the smoldering wreckage of Serie A. As the Juventus financial doping scandal dominates headlines, it’s perhaps no surprise that spending around the league has decreased immensely. The league spent a total of €32.2 million, last among the so-called Big 5 European leagues.

Fiorentina’s transfer window lined up perfectly with Serie A as a whole. Despite an outrageously long list of injuries—Gaetano Castrovilli, Riccardo Sottil, Lucas Martínez Quarta, half a dozen guys in and out of the medical report—and a squad that’s more holes than anything else, the Viola mostly chose to stand pat. Here’s the full list of what Joe Barone and Daniele Pradè got up to.


AM Antonín Barák (Hellas Verona): €8.5 million

AM Abdelhamid Sabiri (Sampdoria): €2.5 million

LW Josip Brekalo (Wolfsburg): €1.5 million

GK Salvatore Sirigu (Napoli): free


CM Youssef Maleh (Lecce): €500k loan fee, €5.5 million conditional fee

CM Szymon Żurkowski (Spezia): loan, €4 million optional fee

AM Vittorio Agostinelli (Cosenza): loan

CM Jacopo Atzeni (Sangiovannese): loan

LB Federico Bardotti (Certaldo): loan

LW Yuri Bigozzi (Poggibonsi): loan

CM Marco Benassi (Cremonese): loan

GK Tommaso Bertini (Prato): loan

CB Eduard Duțu (Gubbio): loan

CF Destiny Egharevba (Fiorenzuola): loan

LB Tommaso Messini (Grosseto): loan

RB Edoardo Pierozzi (Como): loan

AM Abdelhamid Sabiri (Sampdoria): loan

CF Samuele Spalluto (Novara): loan

GK Pierluigi Gollini (Atalanta): loan termination


Spent: €12.5 million

Earned: €500,000 (€9.5 million in possible loan fees)

Total: -€12 million