Juventus reportedly met with Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio’s agent today, confirming rumours of a summer bid.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed Simone Zaza “should” join Valencia and Patrice Evra could well follow. “We’ll see.”
Juventus announced the €15m plus up to €10m bonuses purchase of Atalanta defender Mattia Caldara, who will only arrive in 2018.
Alessandro Del Piero admits Fiorentina and Juventus have such bitter rivalry that “it can be considered a derby.”
Simone Zaza expected to join Valencia on loan with option to buy for €20m that becomes obligatory if they avoid relegation.
Kostas Manolas names Gonzalo Higuain as his toughest opponent, and Wojciech Szczesny as the star of Roma’s season so far.
Multiple reports suggest Simone Zaza will join Valencia, on loan from Juventus with an obligation to buy.
Inter are ready to offer €78m to beat Juventus to Marco Verratti, according to reports.
Alex Sandro has returned to Juventus training, having picked up a thigh injury in the Supercoppa Italiana.
Roberto Gagliardini chose Inter because “they’re the team which wanted me most” and dreams of winning the Champions League.
Juventus are reportedly set to receive a bid from Liverpool for central midfielder Francesco Cassata.
Reports suggest today could be the crucial day for Simone Zaza’s move to Valencia, as a meeting is scheduled with Juventus.
Rubinho is set for a return to Genoa, as they seek a replacement for injured goalkeeper Mattia Perin.
Reports in England claim Juventus are vying with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain for Liverpool’s Adam Lallana.
Juventus are offering €4m to bring Sead Kolasinac from Schalke 04 in January, according to reports.
Villarreal are reportedly the other Spanish club interested in Simone Zaza, battling Valencia for the Juventus striker.
Paulo Dybala assures “nobody talked to me about offers” from Barcelona or Real Madrid, but he hopes to follow Alex Del Piero’s footsteps at Juventus.
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Atalanta “were on the same level as Juventus” in a slender 3-2 Coppa Italia defeat.
Max Allegri again blasted Juventus for “taking our foot off the gas” during a 3-2 Coppa Italia win over Atalanta. “It keeps happening.”
Andrea Barzagli admits Juventus “really ran some big risks” against Atalanta after a 3-2 Coppa Italia victory.