Former Udinese director of the technical area, Pierpaolo Marino, has shared his insight on the recent Serie A transfer window in an interview with Rai Radio 1.
Marino stated, “It has been a market sparse with money, but in some cases, rich in creativity. I really liked Napoli’s acquisition of Ngonge. I believe he’s suited to the Maradona stadium’s audience. He has imagination, speed, strength and he also scores. Both Napoli and Roma have made very good moves. Also, keep an eye on Fiorentina. Adding Belotti to their attack could help them secure the fourth spot in the league.”
Speaking about the transfer moves of Juventus and Inter Milan, Marino said, “Juve needed something in the midfield, Alcaraz’s deal becomes the icing on the cake. Both Juve and Inter are doing very well, in these cases further acquisitions are done either to add something where there is certainty of improvement or there is the risk of breaking certain virtuous balances. My friend Marotta is already working with a perspective. Juve has got the player they numerically lacked.”