PANDEV HAS NOT FORGOTTEN

The Napoli striker Goran Pandev has said that the club and its players have certainly not forgotten the 4-2 defeat suffered the hands of Juventus in the Supercoppa Italiana. Napoli and Juventus will be meeting each other in the crunch match the Italian Serie A following the completion of the international matches this week.

NO COMPLAINTS

The Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has said that he will have no complaints about staying with the Italian club Juventus for the rest of his career. The Chilean midfielder has been linked with a move to some of the biggest clubs in the world including Bayern Munich and Manchester City in the last few weeks.

However, the 25-year-old has said that he is extremely happy at his club Juventus. Arturo Vidal has been one of the standout defensive midfielders in Europe over the last couple of seasons. He has even managed to add the attacking side of the game as well.

LIPPI IS REALISTIC

The former Italian and Juventus manager Marcello Lippi has said that he is very realistic about the chances of Juventus winning the European title this season, even if they manage to sign long-term tagert Luis Suarez. The former Juventus manager has praised the side for being able to go undefeated throughout the entire season and win the Italian championship.

AC MUST WORK HARD

The former AC Milan midfielder Gennaro Gattuso has said that AC Milan should work extremely hard if they are to regain the title from the hands of Juventus this season. Gennaro Gattuso recently left the club after nine years of service at the San Siro.

JUVE WANT CHAMPIONS LEAGUE WIN

Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta has said that the club will be looking and working extremely hard to try and win the Champions League next season, according to the Man City News website.

The UEFA Champions League is the ultimate prize in a club can win in European football. Chelsea are the current holders of the cup after they won their first ever title by beating Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties a few weeks ago.

JUVE PASS ON BALOTELLI

Italian striker Mario Balotelli's agent has said that Italian club Juventus have rejected the opportunity to sign the 21-year-old in the summer.

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli moved to England from Inter Milan in a £ 24 million deal back in 2010, but his stay in England has been beset by a number of problems both within the team and outside the club.

ALLEGRI BACKS DEL PIERO

AC Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri has said that he will not for one second believe that Juventus will be stupid enough to let Alessandro Del Piero leave the club at the end of the season.

Juventus said in a statement back in October that this would be the last season at the club for Alessandro Del Piero, who is regarded as one of the greatest players for the club.

VIDAL CALLS FOR CALM

Chilean international Arturo Vidal has said that Juventus have still not won the title, despite opening a three-point advantage over AC Milan after this week's round of results.

AC Milan were trailing leaders Juventus by one point prior to this weekend, but after their 1-1 draw with Bologna, they have lost the advantage to Juventus.

LAZIO HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY

Lazio manager Edy Reja has said that his club have every chance of disrupting the title race in the Italian Serie A this season.

Even though Lazio will not be capable of winning the title as such, Edy Reja has expressed his confidence that they will play a big part in determining the destination of the title this season. Lazio are currently third in the table behind leaders AC Milan and second placed team Juventus.

Juventus were expected to be a major challenge for AC Milan, but the fact that Lazio have emerged as a contender as well is really surprising.

POGBA TIPPED FOR JUVE MOVE

Manchester United teenage sensation Paul Pogba is all set to leave The Red Devils at the end of the season and join Italian giants Juventus, according to sources that also suggest that a deal has already been struck in principle by the player’s agent and The Old Lady of Turin.

The French midfielder, who has been likened to his compatriot Patrick Vieira, joined the Old Trafford side from French club Le Havre as a 16 year old and since then, he has passed through the academy to knock on the door of first team action.

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