CAGLIARI NEWS

Paulo Dybala thanked Gigi Buffon for saving a penalty when it was still only 1-0, as Juventus went on to beat Cagliari 3-0.
Juventus swept Cagliari aside 3-0 in the League opener, but Gigi Buffon also saved the first Serie A penalty awarded via VAR.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini criticised Marco Borriello for “a lack of respect,” but confirmed negotiations with Fenerbahce for Gregory van der Wiel.
Beppe Marotta explained Leonardo Bonucci’s “mutual decision” to join Milan and insisted Juventus don’t need any more players.
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Gonzalo Higuain warned nervous Juventus fans that “we’re only at the beginning of a long season, so we need to be calm.”
Juventus look to the old guard in their Serie A opener against Cagliari, as Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi are benched.
Spal have officially signed Marco Borriello and Bartosz Salamon from Cagliari.
Marco Borriello explained why he is leaving Cagliari for Spal, but insists he never argued with Coach Massimo Rastelli.
After 83 days without calcio, Serie A gets back underway tomorrow for the 2017-18 season.
Blaise Matuidi could make his Juventus debut tomorrow, as he’s been included in the squad to face Cagliari.
Marco Borriello is believed to be in talks with SPAL, and Cagliari haven’t called him up for their trip to Juventus.
Juventus boss Max Allegri says “there are parallels with 2015”, Mattia De Sciglio must “find his feet” and that Paulo Dybala needs to “prove” he is world-class.
Max Allegri believes that “with balance and poise, Juventus will go far on all fronts” this season.
Marco Borriello is almost certain to leave Cagliari after the striker was left out of their Serie A opener against Juventus.
Marco Borriello is heading towards Spal, so Cagliari aim to replace him with Napoli outcast Leonardo Pavoletti.
Marco Borriello is eager to leave Cagliari, according to multiple reports, with Spal, Bologna and Genoa interested.
The referees have been announced for the first weekend of Serie A, with Paolo Tagliavento taking charge of Inter-Fiorentina.
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