This season took a dramatic change in all the leagues in Europe. Football nowadays isn't predictable as unfavorable teams move with great pace to win titles. Last season was the era of Real Madrid in Spain, Manchester City in England and AC Milan in Italian Serie A, but this season, a lot has changed with others keen on challenging for titles in all competitions.
In Serie A giants Napoli is currently one of the most difficult teams to face in Europe, with Luciano Spaletti's men keen on winning the Serie A title for the first time since the 1989/90. Napoli Victor Osimhen alongside Kvaratskhellia is among the hottest strikers in Europe. The duo is driving Napoli forward to the title as they top the league with 15 points clear of Inter Milan.
How they transformed the team within a year. Napoli hierarchies were able to bring in quality players who turned the season around. The Naples sold the likes of Koulibaly, Mertens, and others before the season kicked off. Koulibaly was sold to Chelsea for €38million and was replaced with Min-Jae Kim, and Fabian Ruiz was sold to Paris Saint Germain for €23million and was replaced by Anguissa.
Insigne on the other hand left for free in the summer and Napoli signed Kvaratskhellia for just € 10 million as Insigne's replacement. Mertens also left for free to Galatasaray and he was replaced with Raspadori who joined the club on loan with an option to buy for €25million in the summer.
This was the charge the club made that took them to the top of the Serie A table, and aside from that, Napoli are favorite to advance to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after beating Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 in
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