Mohamed Salah is among the 27 best winter deals in the history of the Italian League


Egyptian international presence Mohammed Salah The English Liverpool star is among the 27 best winter deals that have been concluded in the history of the Italian league, and the “Sky Italia” network chose Egyptian international Mohamed Salah among the best winter deals in the history of Calcio, where the Liverpool star is in the 21st place in the list of 27 deals.

The Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, had joined the Italian ranks of Fiorentina, coming from Chelsea on a 6-month loan deal with the option to renew for another season in the 2015 winter transfers.

The network talked about choosing the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, saying: “Salah was not the one we know today, at the time Chelsea treated him as an indispensable player, and he was within the Quadrado deal negotiations, Salah reluctantly accepted a loan to Fiorentina for a fee of one million euros with the possibility of finally joining him with 15 million “.

She added: “The deal included the right of the player to object to joining Fiorentina definitively if he wanted to do so, and within 6 months, Fiorentinas season changed, and he scored 9 goals in 26 games. The club wanted to keep him, but he used his right to object and joined Roma.”

The ranking was led by Edgar Davids, who joined Juventus from Milan in December 1997, followed by Hidetoshi Nakata in second place after joining from Bruggia to Roma in January 2000.

Milan occupied the list as the club that benefited the most from the winter deals with 7 deals concluded by the Italian club, the last of which was Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Los Angeles Galaxy..

The ranking of the 27 best winter deals in the history of the Italian League is as follows:

Edgar Davids (from Milan to Juventus, December 1997)

Nakata (from Perugia to Rome, January 2000)

Dejan Stankovic (from Lazio to Inter, January 2004)

Maori (from Udinese to Lazio, January 2006)

Ronaldo (from Real Madrid to Milan, January 2007)

Pato (from Internacional to Milan, January 2008)

Rado (from Dynamo Bucharest to Lazio, January 2008)

Thiago Silva (from Fluminense to Milan, December 2008)

David Beckham (from Los Angeles Galaxy to Milan January 2009)

Luca Toni (from Bayern Munich to Roma, January 2010)

Goran Pandev (from Lazio to Inter, January 2010)

Marc Van Bommel (from Bayern Munich to Milan, January 2011)

Andrea Barzagli (from Wolfsburg to Juventus, January 2011)

Alessandro Matri (from Cagliari to Juventus, January 2011)

Antonio Kandriva (from Cesena to Lazio, January 2012)

Mario Balotelli (from Manchester City to Milan, January 2013)

Faouzi Gholam (from Saint-Etienne to Naples, January 2014)

Jorginho (from Verona to Naples, January 2014)

Radja Nainggolan (from Cagliari to Rome, January 2014)

Hernanes (from Lazio to Inter, January 2014)

Salah (from Chelsea to Fiorentina, January 2015)

Marcelo Brozovic (from Dynamo Zagreb to Inter, January 2015)

Milan Shkriniyar (from Zilina to Sampdoria, January 2016)

Diego Perotti (from Genoa to Rome, February 2016)

Lucas Pacita (from Flamengo to Milan, January 2019)

Diane Kulusevski (from Atalanta to Juventus, January 2020)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (from LA Galaxy to Milan, January 2020)


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