Milan, the choice is Fonseca. A two-year contract with an option is ready. Napoli accelerates strongly on Conte, the next few days are decisive. Juventus, Di Gregorio arriving. Gudmundsson between Italy and the Premier

The market has yet to come to life but is already offering interesting ideas. Let’s start with the benches. On the day of saying goodbye to Pioli, the feeling is that things are going from strength to strength Paulo Fonseca. An agreement is very close with the now former Lille coach. Marseille tried but the Portuguese coach’s choice is the Rossoneri club. Perhaps it will take a few more days for all the pieces to fall into place but the agreement will be found on the basis of a two-year contract with an option for a third year. In short, the road is all downhill and Milan will soon be able to announce the new coach. Then it will be up to the managers, Furlani, Moncada and Ibrahimovic to help him with the transfer market to build a highly competitive team that can return to fighting for the championship shortly. The central tip also remains a fundamental node. At this moment the first two names on the list remain Zirkzee and Sesko but also pay attention to David and Guirassy. In fact, there was a meeting at the headquarters with Stuttgart just the other day.

Even in Naples the situation is constantly evolving. With Gasperini increasingly moving towards permanence, Aurelio De Laurentiis has returned to working hard Antonio Conte. Not that the hypothesis or dream actually ever faded but now the president is trying to close the economic agreement. In the meantime, the channels leading to Pioli and Italiano also remain open.

Instead, the Giuntoli era at Juventus is beginning. The changes as well as on the technical (with Thiago Motta on pole) will also concern the team where the intention would be to include two players per department, compatibly with the available budget which could perhaps even increase in the event of important transfers. The work is also oriented towards renewals. The first two arrived on Friday with Rugani and Cambiaso as Bianconeri until 2026 and 2029 respectively. For the goal, Juventus is one step away from defining the arrival of By Gregory, Monza’s number one, who has done very well in the last two seasons. An 18 million euro operation. An investment considering the fact that perhaps one of Szczesny (who only has one year left on his contract) and Perin could leave. Then it is clear that other reinforcements will also be needed.

Finally this will also be the summer of Gudmundsson. The Genoa striker finished an amazing season which saw him as a protagonist both in the rossoblù and with his national team. It will be difficult for him to stay also because there is a lot of interest. The Icelandic then has the advantage of being tactically flexible. He can play behind the first striker or alongside, as happened with Retegui. In Italy, Juventus, Inter and even Napoli have already stepped forward in a more or less decisive manner. The valuation is around 35 million euros. There is movement abroad too, especially in the Premier League.