With Serie A 2022-23 just around the corner, JefeBet has decided to bring you a small analysis of the best forwards in the Italian soccer league, one of the five most recognized leagues at European level and one of the best in the world. After a hard-fought championship, the dominance of the big clubs is present in their defensive schemes.
Best Serie A Forwards/Strikers for the 2022-23 Season
Romelu Lukaku – Inter
Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter after a disappointing season at Chelsea, hoping to put his experience in London behind him and thank the Italian club for bringing him back to Serie A. The Belgian is one of the league’s finest scorers, as evidenced by his 47 goals in 72 league games in his previous two seasons in Milan. He’s physically imposing and, in spite of his physique, he has very good ball handling.
Ciro Immobile – Lazio
Ciro Immobile’s legendary status with Lazio is already assured, and his 182 goals in 259 Serie A games are his path to Olympus. The forward has also won a starting spot in the Italian national team due to his pace and ability with the ball, as well as a breathtaking drive. Over the years, he has improved his physical game and that makes him more fearsome.
Tammy Abraham – Roma
Roma’s signing of Tammy Abraham last season was a huge success, with the player scoring 17 goals in 37 Serie A games, a number which makes him one of the league’s finest forwards. The 24-year-old Englishman is a 6’4″ physical powerhouse who can run at incredible speed but still place the ball subtly into the back of the net. He can win both in the air and on the ground, and he is a genuine pain for opponents when the ball goes deep.
Dusan Vlahovic – Juventus
In what will be his first full season with Juventus after being acquired last year in the winter transfer window from Fiorentina, Dusan Vlahovic is considered one of the best forwards in soccer today. With an enviable physique and impressive speed, the Serbian is virtually impossible to mark, especially when he soars through the air: he’s a goal machine with 51 goals in 113 Serie A games.
Lautaro Martinez – Inter
24-year-old Lautaro Martinez is coming off the back of the best scoring season of his career, and this year looks set to be no different despite the return of Romelu Lukaku. Inter’s Argentine striker scored 21 goals in 35 Serie A games thanks to the development of his physique and his ability to break free, making him practically invisible to opponents. He has excellent ball control and an outstanding finishing touch.