Juan Cuadrado’s agent is reportedly on his way to Turin to finalise the winger’s return to Juventus.
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Axel Witsel’s move to Juventus is reportedly a done deal, with only a medical remaining.
Paulo Dybala insists there was never any chance of him joining Barcelona as he “always said” he’d stay at Juventus.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani reiterates that he’d never have left Napoli for Juventus as Gonzalo Higuain did.
Former Juventus striker David Trezeguet warns Italy vs France “is never a friendly”.
Inter will keep trying to get Stephan Lichtsteiner, but Juventus want to send him abroad amid Borussia Dortmund and Monaco interest.
Several Italian sources note Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado will return to Juventus on loan for €5m with option to buy for €20m.
Zenit midfielder Axel Witsel is flying in to take his Juventus medical tomorrow, claim reports in Italy and Belgium.
Miralem Pjanic explains why he felt the need to leave Roma and confirmed Juventus “won’t set limits” on their Champions League ambition.
Juventus have officially loaned midfielder Luca Marrone to Belgian club Zulte Waregem.
Juan Cuadrado is moving closer to a Juventus return, with reports an agreement with Chelsea is near.
Juventus reportedly rejected Inter’s offer for Stephan Lichtsteiner out of hand, after being blocked for Marcelo Brozovic.
Inter will reportedly meet Juventus for Stephan Lichtsteiner, but it depends on Juan Cuadrado’s situation.
Zenit St Petersburg Coach Mircea Lucescu confirms Axel Witsel rejected Everton and is in Juventus talks.
President Enrico Preziosi confirms Hernanes will join Genoa if Tomas Rincon leaves for Crystal Palace.
Juventus may be able to close for both Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel and Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes is reportedly a target for Genoa, with Tomás Rincón set for Crystal Palace.
It’s reported that Juventus’ €15m offer for Axel Witsel was rejected by Zenit St Petersburg, who want €22m.
Didier Deschamps warns Blaise Matuidi’s future must be resolved soon - “I don’t think he’s happy with the situation he’s living in”.