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Monday December 14 2020
Juve: Agnelli hits back at Dybala

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli hits back at Paulo Dybala saying the club have already offered him a contract extension: ‘We are waiting for his reply, he is not among the top five players in Europe yet.'

La Joya scored his first goal in Serie A this season against Genoa yesterday and after the game he claimed Juventus have yet to offer him a contract extension: “My agent was in Turin for a long time and was never called up,” he said.

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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
Martino: ‘Dybala has huge potential’

Argentina CT Gerardo Martino says Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has “enormous potential”.

The Bianconeri forward has been included in the Albiceleste squad to face Ecuador and Paraguay, and could win his first cap.

“We had the chance to call a player like Dybala,” Martino explained to Diario Olé.

“We did it so he can get himself familiarised with the team. He’s a player with enormous potential, he’s become a star in one of the toughest Leagues in the world.

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Monday October 5 2015
Zamparini: ‘Scudetto to Napoli’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini predicts Napoli will win the Scudetto this year.

The Partenopei had a poor start, but have recently beaten Lazio 5-0, Juventus 2-1 and Milan 4-0, form which the Rosanero patron believes could fire them to the title.

“I think this year the League will be won by Napoli,” Zamparini predicted, speaking to Gr Parlamento.

“Fiorentina are also strong, better than Roma, but I think this is the Azzurri’s year.

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Monday October 5 2015
'Palermo could never keep Dybala'

Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micciche is sorry about the sale of Paulo Dybala: 'But we could never have kept him'.

The Argentinian star left for Juventus last summer for a fee of €32m, and his recent form has impressed in spite of the Bianconeri's slow start.

“We could never have kept him,” Micciche told Rete Sport. “The Palermo environment understands our reality perfectly.

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Monday October 5 2015
Dybala: 'Juve suffered hugely'

Paulo Dybala is relieved about the Juventus win, but admits: 'We suffered hugely, though we've been unlucky till now'.

The Bianconeri may be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel as their 3-1 win against Bologna helps rectify their terrible start to the season.

“Yes, it was a hugely suffered victory,” he told the Press after the game.

“After conceding the goal, we had a bit of a difficult moment.

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Sunday October 4 2015
Allegri: 'Khedira brings experience'

Max Allegri believes Sami Khedira has helped bring much-needed experience to a young Juventus side.

The Bianconeri finally got their first home win of the Serie A season in a 3-1 over Bologna, but were trailing for the fifth time in seven rounds.

“Alvaro Morata should’ve passed it to Juan Cuadrado in the opening minute, then we’d be 1-0 up. We conceded a goal with the defence in place, which shouldn’t happen,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

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Friday October 2 2015
Dybala: ‘Buffon best ever’

Paulo Dybala discusses Gigi Buffon’s omission from the Ballon d’Or list - “it’s strange that the best goalkeeper of all time isn’t on there”.

It was revealed today that the Juventus ‘keeper has not made the shortlist for this year’s award, despite captaining his team to a League and cup double last season, as well as the Champions League final.

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Friday October 2 2015
Dybala: ‘Allegri a great Coach’

Paulo Dybala describes Juventus’ Max Allegri as “a great Coach” and discusses his Argentina call.

The forward has been in and out of the Bianconeri side since his summer move from Palermo, but the 21-year-old knows he has to improve.

“He’s the Coach, and he knows what has to be done,” Dybala told Sky.

“He talks to me every week, and he helps me so much. I watch videos of everything that I have to improve, because I came from Palermo and it’s a different situation.

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Friday October 2 2015
Dybala: ‘Scudetto still possible’

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala believes the Scudetto is still “an achievable target” this season.

The Bianconeri have taken just five points from their opening six games, but the Argentinian forward is not throwing in the towel.

“I don’t think there’s a difference in performance [between Serie A and Europe],” Dybala considered, speaking to Premium Sport.

“In Europe, teams play more openly and allow space.

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