Fiorentina eyeing Colpani and Arnautovic as new era begins


Fiorentina have officially ushered in a new era with the appointment of Raffaele Palladino, and are already looking to add to bolster their squad. One of the immediate priorities for La Viola is to bolster their attacking options, with recently concluded season having highlighted a deficiency in goal-scoring from the forwards, a gap that Palladino aims to address.

Sky Sport Italia report that Fiorentina have set their sights on Marko Arnautovic, currently at Inter Milan. Despite Arnautovic expressing his contentment in Milan during a recent interview, there are indications that he might be open to a transfer. This season, the Austrian striker has contributed 7 goals and 3 assists across all competitions, playing a pivotal role in Inter’s successful campaign, which saw them secure two trophies. Fiorentina had previously shown interest in Arnautovic during the January transfer window, and his name has resurfaced as a potential target.

In addition to Arnautovic, Palladino has expressed a keen interest in Andrea Colpani. The Italian attacking midfielder had a breakthrough season at Monza under Palladino’s guidance. Bringing Colpani to Fiorentina would fulfill Palladino’s desire to reunite with the player who thrived under his management.


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