Rome wasn’t built in a day Roma’s victory over Milan showcased a team of continuity and one very much struggling to gel seven games in. Edin Dzeko and Alessandro Florenzi condemned Montella’s side to a 0-2 defeat, which turns up the heat on a boss who will know results, above all, are needed very quickly 

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Juventus appear to be reaping the benefits of sprightly summer transfer activity, while Napoli has simply carried on their excellent form into the new season. Six wins from as many games have left both teams with the starts they would have been craving before the campaign got underway.   Hard-fought win Indeed it was mainstays 

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Blaise Matuidi’s reported £18 million/20 million Euros move to Juventus has represented a talking point surrounding the values of players in today’s transfer market. Good value? Yes, probably. Is it a risk for Juventus? At £18 million, one wouldn’t think so. The Serie A champions are strengthening their core with a reliable high calibre experienced 

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Last time out Recording a 6th consecutive and 33rd league title overall, the Old Lady’s dominance is looking hard to prevent. With Miralem Pjanic providing nine assists, not to mention his contribution to countless magnificent slick moves, and Gonzalo Higuain registering twenty-four goals, Juventus won the league by four points. Roma who gave the eventual 

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It has been a crazy, inflated transfer window for clubs around Europe. With the new season approaching, money has been splashed around, with 30 million pounds seen as a normal fee for players. This has been the same for Chelsea Football Club, who have spent over  100 million pounds on players this summer, with 58 

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If you were a Juventus fan, you’d be forgiven for feeling a little glum in recent weeks with the exit of central defender Leonardo Bonucci to A.C. Milan. A genuine Italian world-class star, leaving for an archrival is always going to be a bitter pill to swallow. But the blow has been softened somewhat with 

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Speculation over the future of Nemanja Matic has increasingly yet repressively run rife, but the arrival of Tiemoue Bakayoko from AS Monaco may very well mark the epilogue of his chapter at Stamford Bridge. Younger, physically imposing and with a deft touch, Bakayoko has seemingly- if not assuredly- brought an end to Matic’s second spell 

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Manchester City’s summer transfer business continues to impress with the club very close to announcing the arrival of Dani Alves on a two-year contract after his agreement with Juventus was rescinded on Monday evening. At 34 years old, this is certainly not a long-term move for Pep Guardiola however the Brazilian showed he still has 

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Juventus have been arguably the outstanding team in this year’s UEFA Champions League. Having come through their Champions League group stage finishing on top and undefeated, they eliminated Porto in the last sixteen, Barcelona in the quarterfinals, and Monaco in the semi finals and only conceded one goal in the process.   Excelling at the 

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According to Sky Sports, Juventus have registered their interest in signing Manchester United’s David De Gea. The 26 year old keeper has again proven key to United this season with his performances helping Mourinho’s side build a lengthy run, which has enabled the Red Devils to climb up the table and enhance their hopes of 

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According to reports, Crystal Palace are interested in signing Juventus defender Martin Caceres. The Premier League side recently confirmed their signing of Patrick van Aanholt from Sunderland. As reported by Goal: “Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce has confirmed his interest in signing former Juventus defender Martin Caceres. The Eagles boss is looking to make several 

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According to the latest reports, Juventus are considering making a move for Liverpool’s Emre Can next summer. The versatile Germany international midfielder has proven his worth for the Reds under Klopp’s tutelage. He reportedly has just 18 months left under his current contract. As reported by TeamTalk: “Juventus are hoping they can prise German midfielder 

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According to the latest gossip, Juventus manager Massimo Allegri is seeking to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal in the summer. Allegri has proven himself at Turin winning multiple titles, after a difficult period with AC Milan. As reported by the Independent: “Juventus manager Massimo Allegri wants to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager at the 

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According to Sky Sports reporter Gianluca Di Marzio, Juventus are close to signing Genoa midfielder Tomas Rincon. As reported by Football Italia: “Juventus are ‘very close’ to signing Genoa’s Tomas Rincon, according to transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio. The defensive midfielder has been with the Rossoblu since 2014 but now appears set for a move to Turin. 

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When the two teams walk out for the UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in May, it will be seven years since an Italian side claimed Europe’s ultimate club prize. Masterminded by Jose Mourinho, Inter Milan were victorious in 2010 against a Bayern Munich side managed by Louis Van Gaal, with Diego Milito 

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Alexis Sanchez could be on his way out of The Emirates. The Daily Mirror are reporting that Juventus and Manchester City are grappling for his signature as his future remains in doubt.   Why would Arsenal let him go? The Chilean international has undoubtedly been a superb signing: a match winner whose magic has lifted 

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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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As the summer transfer window comes to a close, clubs are rushing and stressing trying to conclude all their current ongoing negotiations and seal whatever deals that need sealing. Juventus, who are the champions of Italy’s Serie A for five consecutive years now, have enjoyed one of the most historic, successful Calciomercato in the club’s 

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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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Medhi Benatia has successfully completed a switch away from the Allianz Arena after agreeing personal terms with the Italian champions Juventus. The loan spell – which cost £2.5 million- will be for the entire season with the additional option of a permanent transfer for £14.3 million over the next two years. The Moroccan makes his 

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Dani Alves will leave Barcelona this summer after a successful eight year stay at Camp Nou with Juventus looking to be his likely destination although the deal has yet to be completed. The Brazilian has won no less than 23 trophies during his time in Catalonia, but has clearly come to the decision that a 

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