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Factbox: Major incoming transfers by Italy's Serie A clubs

(Reuters) - List of major incoming transfers in the Serie A ahead of the 2020-21 season (all transfer fees as reported by Reuters, Serie A and Italian media):

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ATALANTA (2019-20 Serie A: Third)

Simone Muratore – from Juventus (7 million euros; $8.25 million)

Aleksei Miranchuk – from Lokomotiv Moscow (undisclosed)

Cristian Romero – from Juventus (loan)

Cristiano Piccini – from Valencia (loan)

Sam Lammers - from PSV Eindhoven (undisclosed)

Johan Mojica - from Girona (loan)

BENEVENTO (2019-20 Serie A: N/A)

Daam Foulon – from Waslaand Beveren (undisclosed)

Kamil Glik – from Monaco (undisclosed)

Artur Ionita – from Cagliari (undisclosed)

Gianluca Lapadula – from Genoa (undisclosed)

Gianluca Caprari – from Sampdoria (loan)

Bryan Dabo – from Fiorentina (undisclosed)

BOLOGNA (2019-20 Serie A: 12th)

Edoardo Vergani - from Inter Milan (loan)

Lorenzo De Silvestri - from Torino (free)

Aaron Hickey - from Heart of Midlothian (undisclosed)

CAGLIARI (2019-20 Serie A: 14th)

Gabriele Zappa – from Pescara (loan)

Riccardo Sottil – from Fiorentina (loan)

Razvan Marin – from Ajax (loan)

Alessandro Tripaldelli - from Sassuolo (undisclosed)

Lisandru Tramoni - from Ajaccio (undisclosed)

Matteo Tramoni - from Ajaccio (undisclosed)

Zito Luvumbo - from Primeiro de Agosto (undisclosed)

CROTONE (2019-20 Serie A: N/A)

Luca Marrone – from Hellas Verona (undisclosed)

Andrea Rispoli – from Lecce (undisclosed)

Eduardo Henrique da Silva – from Sporting (loan)

Emmanuel Riviere – from Cosenza (free)

Luis Rojas Zamora – from Club Universidad de Chile (undisclosed)

Denis Dragus – Standard Liege (loan)

Luca Cigarini - from Cagliari (free)

Milos Vulic – from Red Star Belgrade (undisclosed)

Lisandro Magallan – from Ajax (loan)

Pedro Pereira - from Benfica (loan)

FIORENTINA (2019-20 Serie A: 10th)

Giacomo Bonaventura – from Milan (free)

Borja Valero – from Inter Milan (free)

GENOA (2019-20 Serie A: 17th)

Mattia Perin – from Juventus (loan)

Miha Zajc – from Fenerbahce (loan)

Lennart Czyborra – from Atalanta (loan)

Filippo Melegoni – from Atalanta (loan)

Milan Badelj – from Lazio (undisclosed)

Joel Asoro – from Swansea City (loan)

Gabriel Charpentier – from Spartaks Jurmala (undisclosed)

Edoardo Goldaniga - from Sassuolo (undisclosed)

Marko Pjaca - from Juventus (loan)

Davide Zappacosta - from Chelsea (loan)

HELLAS VERONA (2019-20 Serie A: Ninth)

Mert Çetin – from Roma (loan)

Kevin Rüegg – from Zurich (undisclosed)

Ivor Pandur – HNK Rijeka (undisclosed)

Giangiacomo Magnani – from Sassuolo (loan)

Adrien Tameze – from OGC Nice (undisclosed)

Ivan Ilic – from Manchester City (loan)

Marco Benassi – from Fiorentina (loan)

Antonin Barak - from Udinese (loan)

Andrea Favilli - from Genoa (loan)

Ebrima Colley - from Atalanta (loan)

INTER MILAN (2019-20 Serie A: Second)

Achraf Hakimi – from Real Madrid (40 million euros; $47.17 million)

Aleksandar Kolarov – from Roma (1.5 million euros; $1.77 million)

Alexis Sanchez – from Manchester United (free)

Darian Males – from Fussball Club Luzern (undisclosed)

Arturo Vidal - from Barcelona (1 million euros; $1.16 million)

Andrea Pinamonti - from Genoa (undisclosed)

JUVENTUS (2019-20 Serie A: First)

Arthur Melo – from Barcelona (72 million euros; $84.90 million)

Weston McKennie – from Schalke 04 (loan)

Felix Correia – from Manchester City (10.5 million euros; $12.38 million)

Alvaro Morata - from Atletico Madrid (loan)

LAZIO (2019-20 Serie A: Fourth)

Pepe Reina – from Milan (free)

Gonzalo Escalante – from Eibar (free)

Vedat Muriqi - from Fenerbahce (17.5 million euros; $20.64 million)

MILAN (2019-20 Serie A: Sixth)

Ciprian Tatarusanu – from Olympique Lyonnais (500,000 euros; $589,600)

Sandro Tonali – from Brescia (loan)

Brahim Diaz – from Real Madrid (loan)

NAPOLI (2019-20 Serie A: Seventh)

Victor Osimhen – from Lille (undisclosed)

PARMA (2019-20 Serie A: 11th)

N/A

ROMA (2019-20 Serie A: Fifth)

Pedro – from Chelsea (free)

Marash Kumbulla – from Hellas Verona (loan)

SAMPDORIA (2019-20 Serie A: 15th)

Nicola Ravaglia – from Cremonese (free)

Mikkel Krogh Damsgaard – from Nordjaelland (undisclosed)

SASSUOLO (2019-20 Serie A: Eighth)

Kaan Ayhan – from Fortuna Düsseldorf (undisclosed)

SPEZIA (2019-20 Serie A: N/A)

Jeroen Zoet – from PSV Eindhoven (undisclosed)

Cristian Dell’Orco – from Sassuolo (loan)

Riccardo Marchizza – from Sassuolo (loan)

Kevin Agudelo – from Genoa (loan)

Federico Mattiello – from Atalanta (loan)

Ardian Ismajli – from Hajduk Split (undisclosed)

Jacopo Sala – from SPAL (undisclosed)

Tommaso Pobega – from Milan (loan)

Alessandro Deiola – from Cagliari (loan)

Diego Farias – from Cagliari (loan)

Rafael – from Cagliari (free)

Nahuel Estevez – from Estudiantes (loan)

Lucien Agoume – from Inter Milan (loan)

Julian Chabot – from Sampdoria (loan)

TORINO (2019-20 Serie A: 16th)

Mergim Vojvoda – from Standard Liege (undisclosed)

Ricardo Rodriguez – from Milan (undisclosed)

Karol Linetty – from Sampdoria (undisclosed)

Nicola Murru – from Sampdoria (loan)

UDINESE (2019-20 Serie A: 13th)

Thomas Ouwjean – from AZ Alkmaar (loan)

Nahuel Molina – from Boca Junior (free)

Fernando Forestieri – from Sheffield Wednesday (free)

Tolgay Arslan – from Fenerbahce (undisclosed)

($1 = 0.8592 euros)

Reporting By Giacomo Fracassi and Federico Maccioni; Editing by Toby Davis and Christian Radnedge

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