BLOG ITALIA: GUEST BLOGGER
New Coach Carlo Ancelotti, Scudetto ambitions and an incredibly tough opening 10 rounds leave Napoli no wiggle room, writes Billy Wilkinson.
Cristiano Ronaldo makes his debut today, moving Juventus priorities from long-term planning to immediate European success, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
As the Nerazzurri look to move for Monaco forward Keita Balde Diao, Richard Hall examines what he’d bring to the squad.
Eusebio Di Francesco will likely stick by his 4-3-3 formation despite a heavy influx of new talent, but expect a more balanced Roma side in 18-19, argues Matthew Santangelo.
Despite Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival, the Capocannoniere race will be as fierce as ever, as plenty of players will fancy their chances, argues Vilizar Yakimov.
Many Napoli fans have been quick to turn pessimistic following their loss to Liverpool, but Massimo Nuzzo explains there’s no need for the negativity.
Paolo Maldini refused to join the Rossoneri board under Yonghong Li, so Gaby McKay says his arrival now represents a big step forward.
Lautaro Martinez was considered a threat to Mauro Icardi before his arrival but, as Richard Hall writes, the pair look like forming a deadly partnership at Inter.
Though Roma have stockpiled plenty of young talent, the sales of Alisson and Radja Nainggolan mean a step back in the short-term, writes Matthew Santangelo.
They may not have made many flashy signings, but the Biancocelesti are quietly having a good summer, writes Billy Wilkinson.