Our boys out on loan had yet another successful weekend, with several top performances. On top of that, the January transfer window is now closed and there has been some movement regarding our loanees. Let’s dive into the details of the last seven days!

The winter transfer window saw a few last minute deals concerning some of our loanees. Gabriel Brazão, previously out on loan at Ternana, has left Inter on a free transfer to Santos in his native country Brazil. Nikolaos Botis also left the Nerazzurri, moving to Olympiacos in his home country Greece. We wish the two goalkeepers all the best!

Dennis Curatolo cut his loan spell at Fermana short, joining Andrea Moretti and William Rovida at Aurora Pro Patria until the end of the season. Alessandro Silvestro also ended his season-long loan at Fiorenzuola early, as he joined Foggia (Serie C), also until the end of the season. Furthermore, Andrei Radu was set to move to Al-Shabab in Saudi Arabia as reported last week, however the goalkeeper was unable to get a work permit before the closing of the transfer window and will therefore remain at Bournemouth.

Valentín Carboni came off the bench for Monza as they played out a 0-0 draw away against Udinese. The offensive midfielder saw 33 minutes of action.

In LaLiga, Sevilla went away to Rayo Vallecano, winning the game 2-1. Lucien Agoumé started and saw 82 minutes of action.

Over in France, Martin Satriano started and saw 83 minutes before being substituted off, as Brest faced off against Nice at home, drawing 0-0.

Mattia Zanotti was in action twice over the last seven days, with a 0-2 home defeat to Servette on Wednesday, as well as a 0-1 loss away at Luzern on the weekend. The Italian U21 international saw the full 90 minutes in both games, picking up a yellow card in the first game.

Sampdoria faced off against Modena at home on Saturday and drew the game 2-2. Both Filip Stanković and Sebastiano Esposito started the game, the goalkeeper saw the full 90 minutes. Esposito provided the assist for Sampdoria’s second goal in the 33rd minute and was substituted off after 72 minutes.

On Saturday, Ternana hosted Como at their ground, suffering a narrow 0-1 defeat. Franco Carboni started and saw the full 90 minutes.

Francesco Pio Esposito made another substitute appearance for Spezia, seeing 21 minutes off the bench. His side hosted Catanzaro at home, drawing 1-1.

Lecco faced off against Cremonese on Saturday, losing the game 0-1 in their home stadium. Eddie Salcedo started and saw 73 minutes of action before being substituted off.

Over in the third tier of Italian football, Aurora Pro Patria went away to Triestina, winning 2-1. Andrea Moretti and William Rovida both started the match, with the latter seeing the full 90 minutes & Moretti being substituted off after 77 minutes. Dennis Curatolo already made his debut after his transfer, seeing 19 minutes of action off the bench.

On Saturday, Jacopo Gianelli made a 27-minute long substitute appearance for Fermana in their 0-1 defeat away to Cesena.

Players who were unused substitutes:
– Joaquin Correa, Marseille
– Ionut Radu, Bournemouth
– Alessandro Fontanarosa, Cosenza
– Alessandro Silvestro, Foggia
– Francesco Nunziatini, SEF Torres

Players who were not involved in matchday squads:
– Gaetano Oristanio, Cagliari
– Zinho Vanheusden, Standard Liège
– Jan Zuberek, Ternana
– Nicolò Biral, Fermana

Players whose team did not have a game this matchday:
– Nikola Iliev, CSKA 1948