Giuntoli’s revolution for Motta, the sacrifice that Inter will have to make, Milan’s farewells and big purchases, the clean slate and fireworks for Conte. An unprecedented transfer market awaits us

Presenter and radio commentator on Radio Sportiva, on RAI with 90° Minuto and Calcio Totale, he is a columnist and market man for Tuttomercatoweb

When in November the Juventus began to send its emissaries to follow Bologna and Monza, to study Thiago Motta and Raffaele Palladino, the seed of a revolution was ripening at the gates. So it was, with a marriage with the Italian-Brazilian coach which is now a done deal, only to be written and ratified on the beaches of Cascais, in Portugal, with surfing on the horizon and with a new wave of enthusiasm that can be felt everywhere Turin. Cristiano Giuntoli’s move for the new Juventus coach will be a real revolution. With an eye on the balance sheet and the goal of the Scudetto, a leading role in the Champions League and a showcase that has been stingy with great joys in recent years, Juventus is preparing for a summer as a protagonist. Inevitable: the goalkeeper is about to change, half the defense will change, half the midfield and also an eye on the attack where Dusan Vlahovic seems more certain to remain than Federico Chiesa. Three goals from Serie A, two on target and one on track: Michele Di Gregorio, Riccardo Calafiori, Teun Koopmeiners. If he doesn’t renew Adrien Rabiot, it’s all about Khepren Thuram in midfield and Giuntoli hasn’t lost sight of Lille’s Edon Zhegrova as a winger either.

Then there are the two Milanese ones. Yesterday’s trenchant analysis by Bloomberg on the Nerazzurri’s present and future leaves little room for dreams of glory in the market and investments. Giuseppe Marotta will have to return 50 million euros to the club’s coffersInter, Denzel Dumfries is a piece to make a transfer with but the club is also thinking of Alessandro Bastoni as a potential man to sacrifice in the event of a maxi offer. It’s clear: the renewal of Lautaro Martinez, the last meeting between the parties yesterday, is another knot to be resolved between the request for 12 million and the offer of 8 million from Inter. The distance is strong, and now the suitors have started to pick up the phone with the player’s entourage. The Nerazzurri management will have to be very good, as in the last few transfer sessions, at making a virtue of necessity and reinvesting what they can as best as possible. She went to checkers with Sommer, Thuram, Pavard, will she be able to do it again?

Then the Milan. Theo Hernandez can (should) leave. Mike Maignan is not untransferable. The club is preparing a revolution and between saving the many millions of expired wages and transfers, they will have money for a revolution on the transfer market. The list: a very regular defender, a goalkeeper and a left back (two) but it depends on Maignan and Theo. A starting right back. A midfielder. One (two) tips. Finally the Napleseven if the revolution of a transfer market never seen before will touch every shore, from Rome to Lazio, passing from Fiorentina to many others, while theAtalanta and Gian Piero Gasperini hope to keep all the big names (except for Teun Koopmeiners) and enrich the squad with at least three shots, above all a starting left winger, a central defender and a Champions League attacking midfielder. We were talking about the Azzurri: Antonio Conte wants a team that is immediately ready to fight for the title. A central defender, a left back, a central midfielder, a striker, just to start. It will be a crazy transfer market, in the midst of the European Championships which further risk upsetting prices and balances. Get ready to fasten your seatbelts. Off we go.