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.


Juventus managed to beat AC Milan in the semi-final of the Italian cup to gain a place in the finals of this competition.

Juventus and AC Milan are the two best teams in the domestic campaign at the moment. It certainly is not surprising to know that both teams are fighting for the title.


Carlos Tevez has made it to the top of the shortlist for a number of clubs, who are hoping to grab the Argentinean’s signature during this window.

Juventus are one of the clubs in the race to sign the stiker, though its believed Tevez favours a move elsewhere in Italy.

Carlos might prefer AC Milan, who are ready to pay Manchester City 17.2 million dollars in the summer but Juventus haven’t given up hope and are ready to move in with a bid for 21 million dollars.


Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has said that the club have shown a lot of resilience and strength to level on points with AC Milan during the Christmas break.

Juventus have been underperforming in the last few years, but it was mostly due to the rebuilding that was going on after the relegation to the second division. Now, Juventus are challenging for the title along with AC Milan, while Inter Milan are further behind.


Juventus have confirmed that they are not looking to sign troubled Argentine striker Carlos Tevez from Manchester City. The striker has not played for Manchester City for over three months now, ever since he refused to play in the Champions League match against Bayern Munich.

Marotta Impressed with Conte

From the look of the Serie A table, you wouldn't guess that Juventus manager Antonio Conte was a relative novice - Juventus are clear at the top of the table, and have beaten their closest rivals Inter Milan and Lazio over recent weeks.

Whilst the team have been in disarray since the Calciopoli scandal hit 5 years ago, taking with it their last two scudetto titles, Juventus have finally started to return to the top of the table, and this time it's without the help of the referees!


Juventus now looks set to lose Alberto Aquilani to Liverpool as they could not agree a fee. The Turin outfit signed Fabio Quagliarella, Alessandro Matri, Marco Motta and Simone Pepe to permanent deals this week, but never moved for the 26-year-old.

He joined on a season-long loan with an option to join from Liverpool if Juve offered an agreed fee in the region of £14 million.

Problems emerged after the Italians asked for a discount. Tuttomercatoweb.com report the Premier League side settled for £8.9m, but Juventus refused to accept the compromise fee.


Manchester City are just one of the club's interested in signing Alberto Aquilani, who is on loan at Juventus.

The Italy international is currently on-loan at Juventus this season.

It is believed the Italians are keen to sign him permanently, but are unwilling to meet the agreed €16 million fee needed to make that happen.

However, money is no issue for City boss Roberto Mancini who appears keen to sign the playmaker.


Juventus are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal attacker Andrey Arshavin in the summer according to reports.

Turin sources say agent Dennis Lachter has already been in contact with Juve about a summer switch for the 29 year-old Russia international.

Arshavin is expected to be offered new terms by Arsenal before the end of the season.

Juve may struggle to meet Arsenal's asking price, said to be €16 million, and could be forced to give up hopes of converting the loans of Fabio Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri into permanent transfers to land Arshavin.


Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero has said that his side are ready for facing Bologna. A week of tension has surrounded Vinovo after president Andrea Agnelli expressed his concerns.

And Del Piero is embracing a tone for change as he sets out the rescue plan against Bologna, hoping to inject new life into European hopes.

"We had two double training sessions at Vinovo this week, and now we are preparing for Bologna with one session, the usual," Del Piero told his official website.