Juventus

20.01.2017

Dybala’s agent has arrived in Italy

Paulo Dybala's agent has arrived in Juventus to commence contract negotiation talks with the Italian champions, reports Marca. Dybala, 23, has become one of the world’s most feared strikers and is now reportedly a target for Barcelona and Real Madrid. However, he recently expressed his desire to commit his future to Juve and he looks set to do so in the near future. His representative landed in Italy on Thursday and is expected to hold a meeting with Juve’s managing director Beppe Marotta as the two parties look to seal the forward’s contract extension.
20.01.2017

Donnarumma ignores transfer talk

Gianluigi Donnarumma says he's happy at AC Milan. The 17 year-old goalkeeper has been on Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester United radars. Nonetheless, he says: "I wear an important jersey and therefore it always is a great moment on the field to honor it. I try to always lift my teammates when we are on the field. "Where I come from there are many Milan fans. I am pleased to make these people proud, including my family, knowing I am a Milan player."  
19.01.2017

2017/18 3rd kits leaked, including Real Madrid and Man Utd

Months before the official presentation, a leak happened from Adidas to reveal the 3rd kits for some European giants in the coming season. Real Madrid, Manchester United, Juventus and Bayern Munich shirts are now disclosed.
17.01.2017

Juventus unveil a new club logo

Juventus have unveiled a new club logo, marking a dramatic departure from their traditional crest. The Serie A titleholders have ditched their traditional oval-shaped crest in favour of a new design that will appear on their shirts from next season. "We are here to present what will be the future of Juventus in the coming years," said Juve president Andrea Agnelli. "In order to grow we must keep winning and evolve our language to achieve new targets. The new logo defines a sense of belonging and a style that allows us to communicate our way of being." https://twitter.com/juventusfc/status/821100440033120257
16.01.2017

Dybala is ready to sign a new contract with Juventus

Paulo Dybala is reportedly ready to sign a new contract with Juventus to end speculation surrounding his future. According to Sky Sports, the 23-year-old striker is prepared to enter a deal with the Serie A titleholders which will keep him at the club until 2021. Previously reported, that Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid are lining up bids for Dybala. It's understood, that Dybala's representatives will travel to Turin to wrap up the deal within the coming days.
16.01.2017

Zaza joins Valencia

Valencia have completed the signing Simone Zaza on loan from Juventus until the end of the season. The Spanish club will have an option to buy the forward permanently at the end of the season. The 25-year-old striker endured an unsuccessful loan spell at West Ham during the first half of the season Zaza has made 11 appearances during this season for the Premier League club.
13.01.2017

Juventus eye Liverpool midfielder

According to Sky Sports, Juventus are eyeing Liverpool midfielder Emre Can. The 23-year-old Germany international has had to play second fiddle to captain Jordan Henderson and summer signing Georginio Wijnaldum at Anfield this season. Calciomercato.com said the Serie A titleholders have prepared a bid for the 23-year-old midfielder. Juve hopeful the lure of regular game-time could lure him to Turin.
12.01.2017

Juventus eye Schalke fullback

Juventus GM Beppe Marotta has admitted interest in Schalke fullback Sead Kolasinac. He could arrive as a free agent over the summer. Nevertheless, the Serie A titleholders are eager to snap him up earlier if Patrice Evra leaves for Valencia. “We like Kolasinac, he is an option," Marotta said. “He is an opportunity, as he'll be out of contract soon. Nonetheless, he is being monitored by other clubs as well. We are evaluating the idea of signing him. We'll see."  
12.01.2017

Dybala wants to continue at Juventus

Paulo Dybala says he wants to commit his future to Juventus after revealing that he has not received any offers from Barcelona or Real Madrid. The Argentinian, 23, is one of the most coveted forwards in world football, with recent reports claiming Spain’s two biggest clubs are on his trail. However, Dybala has his suitors a blow by revealing his desire to stay in Turin. Speaking to Rai Sport, he said: “Is it difficult to reject Real Madrid or Barcelona? I don’t have any offers, so, therefore, I do not have anything to reject. I am pleased and happy here, I want to stay, but this does not just depend on me.  My agent will arrive here in the next few days and we hope to finalize a new contract.” Dybala joined Juve from Palermo in a €32m deal in 2015.
12.01.2017

Perez is ready to make Dybala their richest transfer

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is ready to make Juventus forward Paulo Dybala their richest transfer. According to Sport, Florentino is ready to ignore Cristiano Ronaldo's ego and go to a club high of €105 million for Dybala at the end of this season. The 23-year-old striker, reportedly, was also being scouted by Barcelona.  
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