The 2024 summer transfer window is open – officially since July 1 – and players are already on the move around Europe. As always, there are plenty of moves happening to, from and around Women’s Serie A as champions AS Roma look to consolidate their position and hopeful challengers Juventus, Fiorentina and others look to strengthen.

With the Giallorosse having won their second consecutive Women’s Serie A title in 2023/24, Juventus will be hungrier than ever to regroup and come back fighting in an attempt to retain the scudetto – which had been theirs for five straight seasons before Roma knocked the Bianconere off their perch in 2022/23.

Fiorentina, competing alongside Juventus and Roma in the Women’s Champions League next season, know they need to give coach Sebastian De La Fuente more depth and quality to work with, and have been linked with some big moves this summer.

Below, then, we’ll list every Women’s Serie A transfer this summer, and will be updating as and when things happen throughout the market.

Every Women’s Serie A 2024 summer transfer

Below is every deal to have been confirmed in the Women’s Serie A 2024 summer transfer window.

Unless specified, the deals were either free transfers or undisclosed fees.

If you spot any deals that we’ve missed, let us know with a message on Twitter (X) or Instagram!

AC Milan

Ins: Emma Koivisto (Liverpool), Nikola Karczewska (Tottenham), Evelyn Ijeh (Tigres UANL).

Outs: Kosovare Asllani (London City Lionesses, end of contract), Valentina Bergamaschi (Juventus), Kamila Dubcova (St. Polten).

Kosovare Asllani celebrates scoring for AC Milan Women against Sampdoria. [@acmilan]

Como Women

Ins: TBC.

Outs: Lucia Pastrenge (TBC), Greta Di Luzio (Cesena).

*A squad overhaul is expected with the club’s change of ownership, but specific deals are TBC. Total Italian Football has been told that a lot of first-team regulars have been told their contracts are not being renewed.

Fiorentina

Ins: Martina Toniolo (Juventus).

Outs: Alice Parisi (Retired), Pauline Hammarlund (Djurgarden).

Inter

Ins: Tessa Wullaert (Fortuna Sittard), Ivana Andres (Real Madrid), Marie Detruyer (OH Leuven), Cecilia Runarsdottir (Bayern Munich, loan).

Outs: Andrine Tomter, Frederikke Thogersen (AS Roma), Tatiana Bonetti (Ternana, end of contract), Agnese Bonfantini (Juventus, end of loan), Marta Pandini (AS Roma) Sara Cetinja, Alice Regazzoli (end of contract), Anna Catelli (Parma, end of contract), Flaminia Simonetti (Lazio).

Juventus

Ins: Paulina Krumbiegel (Hoffenheim), Chiara Beccari (Sassuolo, end of loan), Eva Schatzer (Sampdoria, end of loan), Alessia Capelletti (Parma), Valentina Bergamaschi (AC Milan), Agnese Bonfantini (Inter, end of loan), Hanna Bennison (Everton), Alisha Lehmann (Aston Villa), Viola Calligaris (PSG), Amalie Vangsgaard (PSG).

Outs: Lineth Beerensteyn (Wolfsburg, end of contract), Amanda Nilden (Tottenham), Julia Grosso (Chicago Red Stars, end of contract), Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir (end of contract), Joe Echegini (PSG), Camilla Forcinella (Genoa loan extended), Federica D’Auria (Lazio, loan), Maelle Garbino (Paris FC), Martina Toniolo (Fiorentina), Ilaria Toniolo (Parma, loan), Ella Palis (Montpellier), Jasmine Mounecif (Parma), Jenny Requirez (Parma).

Juventus Women celebrate a Julia Grosso goal. (@JuventusFCWomen)

Lazio

Ins: Sara Cetinja (Inter), Federica D’Auria (Juventus, loan), Flaminia Simonetti (Inter), Elisabetta Oliviero (Sampdoria).

Outs: Marta Varriale (Res Roma).

Napoli Femminile

Ins: TBC.

Outs: Martina Di Bari (End of contract), Gina Chmielinski (Sassuolo).

AS Roma

Ins: Verena Hanshaw (Eintracht Frankfurt), Marta Pandini (Inter), Olivie Lukasova (Slavia Praha), Frederikke Thogersen (Inter) Giulia Dragoni (Barcelona, loan).

Outs: Claudia Ciccotti (Ternana), Anja Sonstevold (Retired), Laura Feiersinger (Koln), Tinja-Riikka Korpela (Servette).

Sampdoria

Ins: TBC.

Outs: Taty, Eva Schatzer (Juventus, end of loan), Elisabetta Oliviero (Lazio).

Sassuolo

Ins: Maja Hagemann (Koge), Elena Dhont (FC Twente), Valentina Gallazzi (AS Roma, loan), Gina Chmielinski (Napoli F.), Martina Fusini (Pomigliano).

Outs: Chiara Beccari (Juventus, end of loan), Giada Pondini (Parma) Erika Santoro (Real Betis).

Sassuolo Women’s Chiara Beccari and Benedetta Brignoli celebrate. (Photo: US Sassuolo)