Only a few days remain in the January transfer window, leaving clubs little time to land their targets ahead of the deadline.
The latest Serie A transfer news suggests some big names could depart the Italian top-flight this month.
However, several of the major deals are more likely to happen this summer, with clubs reluctant to lose their players in the middle of the campaign.
Here are some of the players who could leave Serie A in 2024.
Victor Osimhen is regarded as one of the best strikers in the world.
The 25-year-old’s excellent goalscoring feats led Napoli to the Serie A title in 2022-23, and he has also been impressive this campaign.
Osimhen penned a new deal in December, but he is still very likely to move in the summer amid interest from the Premier League.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal have all been linked, and it will be intriguing to see where the Nigerian ends up.
Ederson is another top Serie A player who has been on the radar of several clubs in England.
The 24-year-old joined Atalanta in 2022 and has been a key member of their first team.
He has scored five goals in 21 top-flight appearances this term, helping Gian Piero Gasperini’s side climb to fourth in the standings.
However, La Dea could be tempted to sell him for a huge transfer fee in the summer transfer window.
Newcastle United have reportedly enquired about the defensive midfielder, while Tottenham Hotspur have also entered the race, per Fabrizio Romano.
Rafael Leao is considered one of the best wingers in the world.
He has been a consistent performer for AC Milan in recent years, scoring 49 goals in 189 appearances.
Leao is under contract until 2028 and Milan have reportedly included a €175 million buy-out clause in the deal.
However, a lucrative offer from a big European club could change their mind this summer.
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