Juventus Tugs At Isco Transfer

The Isco transfer battle has begun between Manchester City and Real Madrid.

They are looking at the Spanish player and how best to capture his talents. The Blues had decided to sign him on in 2013. The ex Malaga player of fame was then snapped up by Bernabeu giants. However, Isco now plays for Zinedine Zidane’s team. As Man City missed out on signing him on they are trying the move again. The battle is now between Man City and Juventus. Real Madrid is ready to sell off their midfielder with versatile skills and others are wooing him to get his talents on their side.

Allegri will stay at Juventus

Massimiliano Allegri received his 2nd Panchina d’Oro a few days ago on March 7 as he was rewarded for the success that he sustained with Juventus during the season of 2014-15.

Massimiliano Allegri

MassimilianoAllegri is being eyed as possible Chelsea manager

Chelsea is currently on the lookout for an experienced manager who can take charge of the squad after GuusHiddink’s time in Stamford Bridge reaches it’s end and his time in the Premier League club expires at the end of the current season.

There is a list of potential managers who can become the next coach of Chelsea and one of those managers who is being taken into consideration is MassimilianoAllegri who is currently taking charge of the Italian outfit Juventus FC.

Massimiliano Allegri has emerged as one of the candidates

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has emerged as one of the candidates for the vacant managerial job at Chelsea, while he is also linked with Manchester United.

Juventus have finally moved back into the European elite

Juventus have finally moved back into the European elite after several years of playing second fiddle to the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan.

The team may have lost yet another Champions League final – to add to the growing list – but manager Massimiliano Allegri says that the team should have won the game against Barcelona last season.

MassimilianoAllegri has offloaded a lot of his stars and it could turn into a problem

Having already won the Serie A title for 4 successive seasons, it really doesn’t come as a surprise to know why Juventus are one of the top dogs for winning the Italian league once again but it won’t be as easy as it was in the previous seasons.

One of the things that many people just overlook is the fact that Juventus has released or sold some of their best players. Carlos Tevez made his way to his childhood club River Plate, Juventus joined the MLS and Arturo Vidal was sold to Bayern Munich for around €38 million.

Juventus will be coming up against a formidable looking Barcelona

Juventus will be coming up against a formidable looking Barcelona attack in the 2015 Champions League final.

They face an uphill task in order to win against the favourites. The Italian club have reached this stage of the competition against all the odds. The likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich were seen as the proper contenders for Barcelona, who have largely relied upon the front three of Luis Suarez, Neymar, and Lionel Messi. It is easy for other clubs to see the strength of the Catalan giants, but it has been a whole different ballgame to try and stop them.

Juventus remain on course for a famous treble

Juventus remain on course for a famous treble after they reached the final of the Coppa Italia by beating Fiorentina 3-0 away from home.

This was a convincing performance from the Italian Serie A leaders, who are also in the running for the Champions League title this campaign. Juventus are almost certain to retain the league title after building a 14 point advantage in the league. Their closest rivals Roma have already given up hope of a league success.


A defeat in the game versus Cesena yesterday might have been curtains for the manager of AC Milan, Filippo Inzaghi, but, that did not happen to be the case.

It was a convincing victory for Milan there at their home ground which not only kept them in top 10 in the league table, but, also gave Inzaghi some time to try and save his job.

Massimiliano Allegri decided to extend his Career

After being by sacked Ac.Milan in January of 2014, Massimiliano Allegri decided to extend his career in Serie A by taking charge of Juventus as he replaced Antonio Conte. So far, things have been going superb for Allegri as his club is located at the top of Serie A with more than 6 points of advantage over their nearest rivals As.Roma.

Everything seems to be smooth sailing for Juventus as the Italian club is well on their way of securing their 4th successive Serie A title.