Everything to know ahead of the Serie A season

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A new season of the Serie A is around the corner with supporters gearing up for the upcoming 2022/23 campaign.

The preseason has commenced for all twenty of Serie A’s clubs ahead of matchday one, which begins on August 13th.

If you’re one of many who plans on placing a bet during the upcoming season, it can be tough to know which online sportsbook to choose from. The good news is that EfirBet.com have already done the hard work for you, creating detailed reviews on some of the best places to bet on Serie A.

Serie A’s Popularity Still Incredibly High

Until the turn of the century, Serie A was almost unilaterally regarded as the greatest league in Europe. It’s nearly impossible to count the number of legends who passed through clubs such as Milan, Juventus, Inter, Roma and Napoli during the mid and late 1900s.

However, the Premier League has taken center stage and the other four of the “Big Five” European leagues have struggled to keep pace.

Nonetheless, Serie A still remains incredibly popular with millions tuning in every single weekend.

Highly Competitive, But Not Great Odds

Unlike its fellow “Big Five” counterparts, Serie A boasts a level of competitiveness not found in Ligue 1, La Liga, or the Bundesliga.

Even though the season hasn’t even started, most feel comfortable predicting PSG, Real Madrid or Barcelona, and Bayern Munich will be league winners come May.

However, it’s not so straightforward in Serie A. There’s four, maybe five teams who realistically have an opportunity to fight for the Scudetto in the 2022/23 season.

Defending champions Milan will be tested from start to finish with Juventus, Inter, Napoli, and potentially Roma all vying to unseat the Rossoneri.

While good for fans, most bettors won’t find great odds for any of the top four favorites to win the Scudetto.

Tracking the Summer Transfers

The summer transfer window is one of the craziest periods of the year as teams rush to reinforce their team for the upcoming campaign.

While you won’t see any Italian sides making a nine-figure transfer deal, there’s still been plenty of notable transfer deals throughout the league so far this summer.

Inter welcomed striker Romelu Lukaku back to the club on loan, just 10 months after joining Chelsea and becoming the seventh most expensive transfer of all time. The Nerazzurri also acquired Ajax shot-stopper Andre Onana and veteran Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Roma on free transfers.

Speaking of free transfers, both Juventus and Roma took advantage of free transfers this summer. Just this week the Bianconeri unveiled free agent pair Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria.

As for the Giallorossi, they acquired veteran midfielder Nemanja Matic and Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar for free.

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