JUVENTUS STRUGGLES CONTINUE AT NAPOLI

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Juventus have had a season to forget till date after their struggling start continued during their Italian Serie A meeting at Napoli on Saturday evening. The Old Lady were on the end of a 2-1 defeat at the hands of hosts Napoli thus making it two successive league defeats for the immediate past Serie A champions.

JUVENTUS JOINS LIST OF CLUBS INTERESTED IN MADRID MIDFIELDER

Real Madrid midfielder Isco Alčaron is reportedly no longer a wanted man at the Spanish La Liga giants and the player already knows that his time at the club is over and he needs to start looking for an exit route.

Isco lost his place in the Real Madrid team under the club's former manager Zinedine Zidane and was unable to win it back as he kept moving into the shadows. Alongside Gareth Bale, Isco became unwanted at the club and although Bale was offered an escape route after leaving the club to join English Premier League side Tottenham, Isco remained at the Santiago Bernabeu.

SZCZESNY: ARSENAL TOLD TO PAY €25M

Arsenal will have to pay €25m to prise former player Woijcech Szczesny away from Italian giants Juventus. This is according to the report from popular Italian transfer news portal Calciomercato which disclosed that 31-year-old Polish international Szczesny is a target for the Gunners.

Juventus are in talks to sign AC Milan goalkeeper Gianlugi Donnaruma who will become a free agent this summer according to widespread reports in the Italian media and the signing of the highly rated Italian international could prompt Szczesny to leave the Old Lady for regular first team football.

JUVENTUS COULD LOSE TWO STARS THIS SUMMER

Italian Serie A giants Juventus could lose two key players in the summer as they both continue to be linked with exits away from the club. Midfielder Aaron Ramsey and attacker Paulo Dybala have both been linked with transfer moves away from the Old Lady, and even though manager Andrea Pirlo Insists he would like to keep the duo, keeping them at the club beyond this summer may be beyond him.

Dybala reportedly almost joined Manchester United last summer but a deal fell through after the player declined the offer and chose to remain in Italy instead. Since then, however, he has still not been able to cement himself as a starter for the first team, causing rumors to continue to linger about him possibly sealing a move away from Juve.

JUVENTUS MUST OFFLOAD TO SIGN STRIKER

Italian champions Juventus have set their sights on signing a striker in the current transfer window but they will have to offload at least one player to fulfill that target. This is according to the publication from Tuttosportwhich said thatthe current economic situation means that Juventus will have to offload players if they want to sign new ones in the remaining nine days of the ongoing transfer window.


European clubs including Juventus have seen their cash inflow reduce due to the effects of the dreaded Coronavirus.

Juventus And Barca Looking To Complete Another Swap Deal

Spanish giants Barcelona and Italian heavyweights Juventus rarely engage in transfer business together, but when they do, they try to make it simple and beneficial for both parties. The last transfer business that transpired between the two big clubs was a swap deal that included Brazilian and Bosnian Midfielders Arthur and Pjanic.

PIRLO WANTS TO WIN LEAGUE AND REACH UCL FINAL

Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has announced to the world that he has his sights on the tenth successive league title and a Champions League final. The former star player was promoted from U-23 coach to the senior team manager following the sack of Maurizio Sarri.
Sarri lost the job for the way Juve ended their UCL cmapaign and the comments that followed thereafter. Pirlo is seen by many as one that lacks adequate prep for the role especially as he was U-23 boss for a week before the big leap.


Even Real Madrid’s Zinedine Zidane, who many point to as an example of what Pirlo can achieve, managed Real Madris Castilla for two years before he stepped up. While many expect Pirlo to utilize the huge resources available to the Bianconeri to win another Scudetti – a landmark one at that – the bone of contention for Juve, just like Paris St-Germain and Manchester City, is European success.

JUVENTUS DUO RECOVER FROM COVID19

Juventus have announced on their social media accounts that defender Daniele Rugani and midfielder Blaise Matuidi have recovered from the coronavirus.
Rugani became one of the first high-profile footballers to test positive for the virus. He tested positive in early March. The following week, news broke that his teammate Matuidi had also contracted COVID19.

DI MARZIO SAYS RONALDO OPENED EPL TO SERIE A GATES

Cristiano’s decision to move to Juventus has opened the flood gates for Premier League players to move to Italy, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Ashley Young and Victor Moses are the latest players to be finalizing their move to the Serie A. Following a long list of players to have made similar transfers and a lot more to follow suite.

Juventus Retains Top Position in Serie A

The beginning of November 2019 was a good one for Juventus when they played against Torino of Inter Milan and were able to hold onto their top spot. It was mainly due to the performance of Matthijs de Ligt. It was the first goal that he scored for this club and it helped to keep off rivals in the second position. Inter was able to lead briefly with the help of Romelu Lukaku who took the tally of his league to nine. He made a penalty shot in the 92nd minute that helped to secure three points for the team but Juve was able to retake the first position when De Ligt smashed home a goal in the game when only 20 minutes remained.

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