According to the Daily Express, Chelsea are battling with Spanish giants Barcelona over the services of Juventus wing-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. As reported by the paper’s James Cambridge: “Barca are in desperate need of a quality right-back and are yet to replace Dani Alves who joined Juventus on a free transfer over the summer. The Catalan 

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Gonzalo Higuain has completed a record breaking move from Napoli to Serie A champions Juventus. The Argentine has signed for a whooping £75.3 million, becoming the third most expensive transfer in the history of the modern game after Cristiano Ronaldo [£80 million, 2009] and Gareth Bale [£85.3 million, 2013]. The humongous sum will be paid 

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Juventus went mightily close to surrendering their chances of a possible treble, Lazio substitute Felipe Djordjevic beating goalkeeper Marco Storari early in extra-time with a rasping drive that cannoned off both posts and back out of the goalmouth. It would certainly have been contentious, Juventus’ own substitute Alessandro Matri having a goal cruelly disallowed for 

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With the January transfer window atypically slow-moving, speculation was inevitably rife when Paul Pogba announced that he still “loves Manchester United” and that he “would never speak ill” of the club that let him go to Juventus for just £800,000 in compensation back in 2012. With United now tapping into their gigantic revenue streams in 

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So it’s finally over. Carlos Tevez’s tumultuous four years at Manchester City on astronomical wages is finished with. He is now the property of Italian champions Juventus, but is it the right move for Juventus and the right move for Mr. Tevez, who never really settled in England. Despite some, in fact many, flashes of 

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