A little over a month after “Break the Lines”, top flight crews are preparing for pre-season training camps, and some have already left. Let’s see the rallies of the 20 participants in Serie A 2023/24.
Clubs leaving Serie A rallies early
The holiday lasted a little over a month and we are already thinking about the championship. The hunt for the reigning champions of Naples began as usual. a series of training camps and pre-season rallies. The Neapolitans will make it easier because they will remain the team to beat and it is the others who actually have to work to fill the void.
The first big names to meet were two names that somehow failed expectations last season: Milan and Juventus. THEM Rossoneri met in Milanello on 10 July, same day as bianconeri in Continassa. Milan and Juve are also expected to embark on a US tour at the end of July, where they will see them participate in a tournament with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Then among the big names is Atalanta, who met in the center of Zingonia on July 11 and then left for Clusone on the 14th. L’11 July X hour for Lazio also startedIt was sensationally sold to Saudi Arabia, expected since its return to the Champions League and gathered at Auronzo di Cadore but without Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
Inter and others: all ready or not yet?
It is well known that summer training camps often and willingly intersect with market events. For example, Europe has Inter vice-champion. Meet again at Appiano Gentile on 13 Julybut this Focused on bringing back Lukaku in Milan. It will definitely be the new signing Frattesi on Appiano and his next tour of Japan.
Fiorentina is meeting at Viola Park on July 12, a day after Rome, meanwhile discussing Paulo Dybala’s future in Trigoria. And speaking of the future, that of Victor Osimhen is still uncertain. Nigerian will not be al Napoli scheduled to withdraw on July 14 In Dimaro: free of market surprises, it will arrive on the 18th.
If for some big names the holiday will last a few days longer, for others this is not the case. The first club to meet newly promoted Frosinone (July 7), followed by Udinese, who left on 9 July. Then there are Cagliari, Empoli, Genoa, Lecce, Monza, Salernitana, Sassuolo and Turin, which will restart on the 10th, Verona on 11 July and Bologna on 12 July.