Thirteen signings and eighteen transfers in the Giallorossi summer. Now Baroni has the definitive squad to try to do the best this season.
The 2022 summer transfer market ended a little while ago, with the symbolic closing of the door at the Hotel Gallia in Milan. Lecce did not place Bjorkengren, who was not called up in the last few matches, while the interruption of Frabotta’s loan was formalized. There are 22 purchases, for an average age of 20.94 years.
Below is the table summary of the market led by Pantaleo Corvino and Stefano Trinchera:
Abdellaoui (d, Saint-Etienne), Brancolini (p, Fiorentina), Ceesay (a, Zurich), Frabotta (d, Juventus), Colombo (a, Milan), Baschirotto (d, Ascoli), Dorgu (d, Nordsjaelland) , Gueddar (c, Amiens), Munoz (d, Barcellona), Persson (a, Roma), Falcone (p, Sampdoria), Askildsen (c, Sampdoria), Bistrovic (c, CSKA Moscow), Samek (c, Slavia Prague ), Di Francesco (a, SPAL), Banda (a, Maccabi Petah Tikva), Cetin (d, Hellas Verona), Pongracic (d, Wolfsburg), Umtiti (d, Barcellona), Corfitzen (a, Lingby).
Barreca (d, Monaco), Plizzari (p, Milan), Faragò (c, Cagliari), Coda (a, Genoa), Gabriel (p, released), Lucioni (d, Frosinone), Monterisi (d, Frosinone), Ragusa (a, released), Asencio (a, released), Gargiulo (c, Modena), Simic (d, Ascoli), Majer (c, Reggina), Calabresi (d, Pisa), Blondel (c, released), Coqu ( c, released), Cultraro (p, released), Piazza (a, Messina), Pierno (d, Virtus Francavilla), Majer (c, Reggina), Frabotta (d, Juventus).