Having wrapped up a tenth successive Serie A title, I thought it would be timely to introduce you to the players that wrapped up this feat. Goalkeepers Christopher Onovo: GK, 21 Onovo, who was labelled the next Gianluigi Buffon as a youngster, was signed from Fiorentina for a cool £25 million in 2027 when he... Continue Reading →
Atalanta's hunt for La Decima - a 10th consecutive Serie A title - began with upheaval at the club, as our long-time Chairman Antonio Percassi moved aside with a new tycoon Ty Jenkins completing a takeover. In effect, it didn't actually change anything as the new guy didn't put any money in and didn't take... Continue Reading →
We moved into 2032 celebrating youth product Matteo Giacalone becoming the first Atalanta player in history to win World Player of the Year and World Golden Ball awards. And the new year saw an exciting new arrival, with 17-year-old Belgian midfielder Nolan Pankert join the club from Anderlecht for £7 million. Our chances of retaining... Continue Reading →
We kicked off the 2031/32 campaign on the back of another Serie A and Champions Cup double, hunting a ninth consecutive league title. The new season began with a quieter than usual transfer window, bringing in just £66 million in fees as we offloaded a few players that clearly weren't going to make it. But... Continue Reading →
We moved into 2031 with Atalanta sitting pretty at the top of Serie A on a 17-match unbeaten run in the league and having progressed to the knockout stages of the Champions Cup. One outgoing transfer saw midfielder Damian Oliva move to Borussia Monchengladbach for £7 million and five more young players leave the club... Continue Reading →
Last time I joked about becoming the greatest manager of all time at Atalanta. Well, we've made some progress towards that aim with Robi di Lathamé becoming the greatest English manager of all time - surpassing the achievements of a certain Bob Paisley. We moved into 2029 sitting pretty at the top of Serie A... Continue Reading →
Moving into the second decade of life at Atalanta there wasn't much left to achieve - other than becoming the greatest manager of all time of course!
Having completed the first ever Serie A title in Atalanta history in the 2023/24 campaign, the expectations were heightened for the next campaign. The season began with some major departures, as we brought into £141 million in sales. That included selling unsettled winger Frederic Pereira to Atletico Madrid for £26.5 million and academy product Dejan... Continue Reading →