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Sunday September 18 2016
Marotta: ‘Opponents raise game’

Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta says opponents raise their game whenever playing against the Serie A champions.

The Bianconeri take on Inter in the Derby D’Italia on Sunday afternoon and, in the build up to the match at San Siro, the director admitted he expected a different Nerazzurri performance to their display on Thursday night, when they were beaten 2-0 in the Europa League by Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

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Saturday September 10 2016
Marotta happy with Paratici stay

Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta describes himself as ‘pleased’ that Milan made an approach for sporting director Fabio Paratici.

44-year-old Paratici has been with the Bianconeri since 2010 and has been heavily involved in a great period of success for the Turin club.

His excellent track record reportedly made him a target for the Rossoneri hierarchy, who are looking to rebuild the club following a recent Chinese takeover.

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Tuesday July 26 2016
Marotta meets Raiola over Pogba

Talks were held this afternoon between Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta and Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola.

The French midfielder has been heavily linked with a world record transfer to Manchester United this summer, with the Premier League side willing to pay in excess of €110m to secure his services.

However, while various media outlets claim a fee has been agreed between the clubs, Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio says certain details still need to be ironed out in order to satisfy all parties.

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Tuesday July 26 2016
Marotta on Higuain and Pogba

Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed the club have signed Gonzalo Higuain and also passed comment on Paul Pogba.

The 59-year-old was speaking briefly to journalists outside the Lega Calcio headquarters, where he earlier deposited the Argentine forward’s contract details to Italian football’s governing body.

“We have deposited Gonzalo Higuain’s contract,” Marotta confirmed. “We have done everything.”

Higuain has joined the Bianconeri in a €94m deal, having signed a four-year deal at Juventus Stadium.

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Friday October 23 2015
Marotta: ‘Dybala needs time’

Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta calls on fans and media to be patient with Paulo Dybala.

The forward joined the Bianconeri from Palermo this summer, but has only made cameo appearances in the last two games against Inter and Borussia Monchengladbach.

“We’re convinced we’ve built a competitive team, with talents like Dybala,” Marotta told journalists after the shareholders’ meeting.

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Friday October 23 2015
‘Juventus couldn’t keep Tevez’

Giuseppe Marotta discusses Juventus’ “evolution” and says there was no way of keeping Carlos Tevez.

The Bianconeri general manager has faced criticism from fans for allowing the likes of Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal to leave, and explained his reasoning at the shareholders’ meeting.

“There was a lot of renewal, but it’s not a revolution,” Marotta insisted.

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Friday October 23 2015
Marotta: ‘Cuadrado wants to stay’

Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms on-loan Chelsea man Juan Cuadrado wants to stay in Turin.

The Colombian winger joined the Bianconeri this summer on a season-long loan, but without a redemption clause.

“We have no right of redemption, at Chelsea’s request,” Marotta acknowledged at the shareholder’s meeting.

“He’s expressed his happiness at being here with us, and [his happiness to] continue here in future.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Nedved: ‘Morata belongs to Juventus’

Pavel Nedved does not believe Alvaro Morata will leave Juventus for Real Madrid - “he’s ours, I only see him at Juve”.

The Spanish striker arrived in Turin in the summer of 2014, but Los Merengues retain a buyback clause for summer 2016.

“He’s ours, and I only see him at Juve,” Nedved, now a Bianconeri director, told reporters after a golf event.

“He’s very good, and I think so far he’s only at 60 per cent.”

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Tuesday October 6 2015
Nedved: ‘Inter a Scudetto rival’

Pavel Nedved sees Inter, Roma, Fiorentina and Napoli as Juventus’ potential Scudetto rivals.

The Bianconeri have started the season poorly, and currently sit 12th in Serie A after taking just eight points from seven games.

“Who can fight for the Scudetto besides Juventus?” Nedved considered in an interview with Sky.

“Those who are already up there. I’m looking at Inter, because they’re not in Europe, so they can play one game a week and that’s very important.

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Wednesday September 30 2015
Marotta: 'Allegri working well'

Beppe Marotta explained the Martin Caceres suspension and backed Max Allegri, even though “Juventus were born to win.”

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“I heard talk of systems, but every system has to be placed alongside motivation,” the director of sport told Mediaset Premium.

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