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Here is all of Fiorentina’s transfer business from the winter window

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The dust has settled on another Viola mercato.

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In what looks like it could be his final transfer window as Fiorentina’s Sporting Director, Daniele Pradè was quite subdued. His biggest purchase was veteran striker Sasha Kokorin (which rightly bothered a number of supporters due to the player’s history of violent conduct), and none of his other additions are likely to make much of a first-team splash.

In contrast, he did offload a number of players from the senior team’s roster who were clearly outside of Cesare Prandelli’s plans, although he was once again unable to find a temporary home for Tòfol Montiel, who was mentioned by name as a guy who needed to find another team. The departures of Cutrone, Lirola, and Duncan, on whom Pradè had spent a combined €33 million (or more if Wolves demanded extra payment to cut Patrick’s loan short) over the past 18 months, have also raised a number of eyebrows around Florence.

In

  • CF Aleksandr Kokorin (Spartak Moscow): €4.5 million
  • CM Youssef Maleh (Venezia): €700,000
  • GK Antonio Rosati (Torino): unknown
  • GK Ivan Andonov (Levski Sofia): loan
  • CF Pietro Giordani (Sassuolo): loan
  • RB Kévin Malcuit (Napoli): loan

Out

  • CF Pedro (Flamengo): €14 million
  • CM Alfred Duncan (Cagliari): loan + €1 million fee
  • GK Niccolò Chiorra (Grosseto): free
  • CF Nino Kukovec (Celje): free
  • CF Josip Maganjić (Široki Bireg): free
  • CB Christian Dalle Mura (Reggina): loan
  • CB Julian Illanes (Avellino): loan
  • RW Christian Koffi (Como): loan
  • RB Pol Lirola (Marseille): loan
  • CM Youssef Maleh (Venezia): loan
  • AM Riccardo Saponara (Spezia): loan
  • GK Michele Zinfollino (Racing Aprilia): loan
  • CF Patrick Cutrone (Wolverhampton Wolves): end of loan

Total

Spent: €5.2 million

Received: €15 million

Net: €9.8 million

Year to date net: €2.7