Atalanta bested a few Serie A contenders to acquire Gianluca Scamacca from West Ham last summer. He commenced with a bang by bagging a brace versus Monza in the penultimate round. He was also on Inter and Milan’s radar.
According to Relevo’s Mattia Moretto and DAZN’s Orazio Accomando, La Dea won the race because they made the most concrete offer. They invested a chunk of the money they got from Rasmus Hojlund in him and El Bilal Touré. Instead, other sides tried to bring him in with less straightforward formulas.
Inter laid the most legwork, and Atalanta weren’t certain Scamacca…
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