Revolution. In the new season, 13 Serie A clubs will have new head coaches

Italian Serie A clubs during the summer off-season are working not only to find new players, but also coaches. In the new season, the elite league of Italian soccer may not look the way we used to see it last season. All because of the coaching changes that have taken place at more than half of the clubs in the league.

Compared to last season, only 7 coaches remained in their jobs. Atalanta, Genoa, Inter, Lecce, Roma, Parma and Como have not changed their coaches. Even Venezia, who won promotion to Serie A in the summer, will have a new head coach.

Among all the clubs, only Cagliari have not yet decided on a new coach. At the end of the season the club left the experienced Claudio Ranieri, who is unlikely to be persuaded to return to the club.

  • Atalanta: Gian Piero Gasperini (confirmed)
  • Bologna: Vincenzo Italiano (new)
  • Cagliari: expected
  • Como: Cesc Fabregas (confirmed)
  • Empoli: Roberto D’Aversa (new)
  • Fiorentina: Raffaele Palladino (new)
  • Genoa: Alberto Gilardino (confirmed)
  • Hellas Verona: Paolo Zanetti (new)
  • Inter: Simone Inzaghi (confirmed)
  • Juventus: Thiago Motta (new)
  • Lazio: Marco Baroni (new)
  • Lecce: Luca Gotti (confirmed)
  • Milan: Paulo Fonseca (new)
  • Monza: Alessandro Nesta (new)
  • Napoli: Antonio Conte (new)
  • Parma: Fabio Pecchia (confirmed)
  • Roma: Daniele De Rossi (confirmed)
  • Torino: Paolo Vanoli (new)
  • Udinese: Kosta Runjaic (new)
  • Venezia: Eusebio Di Francesco (new)

As a reminder, the new Serie A season is due to start on August 17, 2024 and will run until May 25, 2025. The reigning Italian champion is Inter Milan.

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