Serie A side Juventus are keen on continental success after years upon years of local dominance.

Despite the additions during the summer and in almost every transfer window of recent, the Italian side want PSG playmaker Marco Verratti to join them when the next window opens up.

Alexis Sanchez is a summer target of Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus

According to transfer rumors, Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez is turning into a priority summer target of Paris Saint-Germain as well as Juventus.

Both European clubs have the budget to sign a top player such as: Alexis Sanchez but it seems hard to believe that Arsene Wenger would be even interested in offloading one of his key players.

Juventus Reject Rumours of Allegri Replacing Arsene Wenger

Juventus have rejected rumours that manager Massimiliano Allegri is in contact with Arsenal over the possibility of replacing Arsene Wenger in the summer.

The Italian has been identified as the potential replacement for Wenger, who will be leaving a major void at the club decides to end his tenure in the summer. Frenchman has been at Arsenal since 1996, but more importantly, he has shaped the club in his vision of clean and beautiful football. He was also a major factor in the construction of the 60,000 seater Emirates stadium, which has heralded the club into a new era.

Allegri Praises Impact of Youngster Kean in Sevilla Game

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has praised the impact of youngsterMoise Kean, as he came on to make a major difference in the 3-1 win over Sevilla in the Champions League.

Allegri brought on the 16-year-old with 10 minutes of time remaining in the game. Juventus had only managed to make the game 1-1 after having equalised through Claudio Marchisio in injury time of the first half. Pareja had earlier given Sevilla the lead after just nine minutes. Allegri had warned his team coming into the game that they can expect a very tough match from the Spanish outfit.


Chelsea coach Antonio Conte wouldn’t be happy with the news that Juventus are are set to extend the deal of Italy international Leonardo Bonucci.

The Italian coach is reportedly keen on linking up with his former player at Juventus and at the international level. They both worked together at the Turin-based outfit and Conte was the coach of the Italian national side that participated in the Euro 2016, leading the team to the quarter finals.


Juventus were narrowly able to win their match against Palermo on Saturday to maintain their one point lead over Napoli and stay on top of the Serie A league.

In order to achieve this feat, Juve needed an own goal from Edoardo Goldaniga who unfortunately deflected a strike from DaniAlves that found its way to the back of the Palermo side net in the second half period of the game.

Roma is ready for Juventus

Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman has stated that his team does not fear anyone in the Serie A.

He said that his team is willing to put on a fight and that they do not fear Juventus. He admitted that Juventus has the best players on paper, but this does not mean that they win the title.

Higuain has left Napoli for Juventus

There is news in Italy that Juventus has successfully completed the transfer of the Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli.

The transfer has been completed personally by the Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta late in the evening. Indeed the Italian League has confirmed that the transfer has gone through and that it had received the necessary authorization.

Marotta has stated that the transfer has been completed and that Higuain will be playing for Juventus next season. The transfer of the Argentina international for around €94 million is the most expensive transfer in the history of Italian football.

Juventus are uncertain about retaining the services of Paul Pogba and Alvaro Morata

Despite winning the league title once again in Italy, Juventus are uncertain about retaining the services of Paul Pogba and Alvaro Morata.

Massimiliano Allegri - Helping Club renew its Powers

Juventus became the first team to achieve a cup double in consecutive seasons after managing the AC Milan in extra time.