Which players are going to make a comeback?
A new season is in the books and the Italian press is already buzzing with speculation over whether there will be any new signings.
The speculation starts with the players who are currently available for the transfer window.
Juventus have two players who were not able to find permanent deals this summer and Milan, Roma and Inter have one each.
However, there are other players who might be on the move.
The news of Massimiliano Allegri’s transfer plans for the future is likely to make many of the Italian media excited.
Allegri’s squad has undergone a major overhaul, with the likes of Diego Milito, Sergio Marchisio, Andrea Barzagli, Marco Verratti, Luca Gasperini, Andres Iniesta and Francesco Totti all making their debuts.
Allegri, who has won two Serie A titles, is looking to add some quality to his squad in an attempt to challenge the likes in the league and beyond.
Juventus have been linked with a number of top talents, including Andrea Barzilli, Francesco totti, Mauro Icardi and Matteo Bonaventura, but they will probably be looking to bolster their squad even further with Allegri.
Alberto Zaccheroni of Corriere dello Sport reports that Allegri will have the option to sign one of his former players this summer.
The 25-year-old striker was on loan at Fiorentina this summer, and the Bianconeri are expected to offer him a permanent deal.
Allegriazzoni writes that he would be open to the move, but he would only sign a contract with the Biancocelesti if the player was to be released.
Juve have already made a deal with Napoli for Andrea Pirlo, but a move to Napoli could be difficult.
The Italian club have also been linked to the likes the likes Julian Draxler and Gianluigi Buffon, and they are expected, according to Zaccherino, to be keen to keep Pirlot.
Algerian winger Mario Mandzukic, who was on the transfer market this summer after spending the last few years on loan with AC Milan, could also be on his way to Serie A.
Mandzuki, who is currently playing in the African Champions League, could be on a free transfer this summer if Juventus don’t want to sell him.
The move could also see Mandzuka make a move back to his native Croatia.
Miguel Moya of Correio Internacional writes that Roma have already agreed to pay a €20 million fee for the Brazilian.
He adds that this fee will not be enough to land Mandzuki, who will want to play in Europe.
Moya adds that Roma will likely make a bid for Mandzuko, who can only play in the Champions League.
Juventino is also on his own path, but with Juventus, Roma, Inter and AC Milan among his rivals, he is looking at a transfer.
Albania are also rumoured to be interested in Mandzuku.
Al Jazeera’s Daniel Alvey reports that the player is on the verge of signing for Juventus, but is keen to return to Albania.
The 22-year old was a prolific striker for the Black Stars last season, scoring five goals and helping them reach the last-16 of the European Cup.