With AC Milan’s net spend topping £130m, Roma losing key stars and Napoli consolidating their squad, here’s a quick look at the betting odds for next seasons Serie A.

The Rossoneri are undoubtedly building a team to try and compete for the title next season, and they’ve not finished spending yet. The odds are that they’ll sign another striker to complement Carlos Bacca as well as a star midfield signing, most likely Renato Sanches. The betting odds on them winning Serie A are priced at around 6/1, making it an interesting, speculative punt if nothing else. The team lacks depth and the new players are yet to become a collective, considering many of them played in other leagues last season.

Next up, we have Napoli, who have done really well to keep hold of the team they have, without losing any key players at all. Essentially, they’re the same side that ran Juve close in the 2016/17 season, but without all the injury woes.

Roma have endured a torrid summer, having to part with key players like Mohammed Salah and Antonio Rudiger, thus weakening their squad, but retaining their key midfield men. They look an experienced team and are priced at 7/1 which makes them a more attractive betting prospect than Milan right now.

Last up, we have Inter Milan who are look like they’ve yet to spend big in the summer transfer market. A solid team with some good attacking options but lacking in defensive stability and often overrun in midfield. Their best signing this summer has been the coach, Luciano Spalletti, and he will be aiming to get them back up the table and competing for Europe again. They’re priced at a massive 12/1, making them the outside of the group.

Juventus are the odds on, even money favourite. They’ve reinforced massively in attack, signing Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi, and despite losing Leonardo Bonucci and Dani Alves, they’re set in defence. I think anything close to even money is a healthy bet for them to lift the title again as they look to make it 7 Scudetti in a row.