Monza transfer market, Galliani at work!


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Monza transfer market, Galliani at work! The Brianza club, founded in the distant 1902, will participate for the first time in its long history, in the top Italian football championship. Coach Stroppa and the players snatched the pass for Serie A, thanks to the playoff play-offs, beating Pisa in the finals. The party involved the whole town, for a historic milestone. The honorary president and owner (via the Finivest) Silvio Berlusconi, has given a mandate to the managing director (and historical right-hand man) Adriano Galliani, to set up a competitive squad capable of achieving a peaceful salvation. The budget to build a good team is quite important and the first objectives have already been identified.

Monza transfer market, Galliani at work! It starts from Stroppa and the loyalists

The basic idea is not to overturn the team that hit the promotion too much, starting with the coach Giovanni Stroppa and the technical staff. Then, alongside the former Milanese glory, the following will continue to work: Andrea Guerra (second coach), Giuseppe Brescia (technical collaborator), Fabio Allevi (athletic trainer), Andrea Primitiva (athletic trainer), Nicola Dibitonto (goalkeeper trainer), Francesco Lo Moro (physiotherapist), Dario Lorenzo Dameno (physiotherapist). Among other things, the coach has a contract until 06/30/2024 and the club firmly believes in his work and enjoys the support of president Paolo Berlusconi, brother of Silvio.

Monza transfer market, Galliani at work! Three veterans for salvation and a mix of youngsters

In search of salvation, three names above all in the notebook of Adriano Galliani and sporting director Filippo Antonelli Agomeri (former globetrotting midfielder, among others he wore the jerseys of Turin, Ascoli, Trieste, Cosenza, Bari, Reggiana), yes it’s about Andrea Ranocchia, Antonio Candreva and Messias Jr. The first is released from Inter after eleven years of honorable militia and is the one closest to the agreement. The second, also a former Inter player and currently at Sampdoria, is ready to wear red and white: Monza and Sampdoria are finding an agreement. The third has just won the Scudetto with Milan, but may not be redeemed and is a passion of Giovanni Stroppa, who coached him in Crotone (owner of the card). Mattia Caldara could also arrive from Milan, fresh from the loan to Venice and looking for a project. Difficult and ambitious goals are Andrea Belotti (expiring with Torino), Stefano Sensi (on sale from Inter, after the loan to Sampdoria), Francesco Acerbi (breaking up with the Lazio ultras) and Wilfried Gnonto (Zurich, just landed in national senior blue).

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