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All of Fiorentina’s summer transfers

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If you’re trying to remember what the heck happened in this window, here’s a list of every move the Viola made.

ACF Fiorentina v Juventus FC - Serie A
Busy summer.
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Yeah, it was a wild transfer window for Fiorentina, full of despair, rage, and the odd bit of hope. Since it’s hard to remember exactly how we got here, we’ve pulled together this cheat sheet that contains every move that the Viola made.

A quick note about the numbers: they’re all from either Transfermarkt or Gianluca di Marzio and indicate the entire amount paid without taking into account whether or not the payments will be made in installments. For example, Berna’s fee is €40 million, but will be paid over 3 years. Since I couldn’t find reliable data to take that into account for every single move, I just skipped it.

In

Giovanni Simeone (Genoa)—€15 million

Marco Benassi (Torino)—€10 million

Vitor Hugo (Palmeiras)—€8 million

Jordan Veretout (Aston Villa)—€7 million

Nikola Milenković (Partizan Belgrade)—€5.1 million

Bruno Gaspar (Vitória Guimarães)—€4 million

Valentin Eysseric (Nice)—€3.5 million

Carlos Sánchez (Aston Villa)—€3 million loan fee paid in full

Maxi Olivera (Peñarol)—€2.5 million loan fee paid in full

Sebastian Cristoforo (Atlético Madrid)—€2.5 million loan fee paid in full

Cyril Théréau (Udinese)—€2 million

Petko Hristov (Slavia Sofia)—€1.7 million

Dušan Vlahović (Partizan Belgrade)—€1.5 million

Rafik Zekhnini (Odds BK)—€1.5 million

Martin Graiciar (Slovan Liberec)—€1.5 million

Gaetano Castrovilli (Bari)—€1.4 million loan fee paid in full

Cristiano Biraghi (Pescara)—€500,000 initial loan fee paid

Germán Pezzella (Real Betis)—€500,000 initial loan fee paid

Vincent Laurini (Empoli)—€400,000 initial loan fee paid, €1.6 million due next year

Simone Lo Faso (Palermo)—€300,000 initial loan fee paid, €2.7 million due next year

Gil Dias (Monaco)—loan

Out

Federico Bernardeschi (Juventus)—€40 million

Matías Vecino (Inter Milan)—€24 million

Borja Valero (Inter Milan)—€5.5 million

Josip Iličić (Atalanta)—€5.5 million

Ciprian Tătăruşanu (Nantes)—€2.5 million

Hrvoje Milić (Olympiacos)—€1.5 million

Ricardo Bagadur (Brescia)—unknown fee

Marco Berardi (Südtirol)—unknown fee

Filippo Boccardi (Juve Stabia)—unknown fee

Nicolò Gigli (Ternana)—unknown fee

Luca Lezzerini (Avellino)—unknown fee

Alessio Militari (Cesena)—unknown fee

Jacopo Petriccione (Bari)—unknown fee

Giacomo Satalino (Sassuolo)—unknown fee

Jaime Báez (Pescara)—loan

Andy Bangu (Vicenza)—loan

Ricardo Baroni (Lucchese)—loan

Gaetano Castrovilli (Cremonese)—loan

Edoardo Degl’Innocenti (Rezzato)—loan

Kevin Diks (Feyenoord)—loan

Nikola Kalinić (AC Milan)—€5 million initial loan fee paid, €20 million due next year

Martin Graiciar (Slovan Liberec)—loan

Simone Minelli (Trapani)—loan

Jan Mlakar (Venezia)—loan

Josh Pérez (Livorno)—loan

Ante Rebić (Eintracht Frankfurt)—loan with obligatory €4 million fee due next year

Amidu Salifu (Vicenza)—loan

Edoardo Sarri (Correggese)—loan

Andrés Schetino (Esbjerg)—loan

Nenad Tomović (Chievo Verona)—loan

Mattia Trovato (Cosenza)—loan

Luca Zanon (Ternana)—loan

Dario Benedetti (Colligiana)—free transfer

Giuseppe Pandolfi (Pontedera)—free transfer

Gonzalo Rodríguez (San Lorenzo)—free transfer

Cody Sundquist (Osnabrück)—free transfer

Vinicius Belotti de Souza (free agent)—none

Saverio Madrigali (free agent)—none

Fabio Maistro (free agent)—none

Tomás Reymão (free agent)—none

Giuseppe Rossi (free agent)—none

Totals

Spent: €68.9 million

Received: €84 million

Net: €15.1 million