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Monday November 18 2019
Pintus: 'Inter players trimmer'

Inter's fitness coach Antonio Pintus has remarked their players are trimmer this season, carrying less weight compared to last year.

Pintus was signed in the summer from Real Madrid and discussed his work in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"For me and Antonio Conte, strength is a very important aspect. I don't follow trends and I agree with the coach: to achieve goals you have to train well."

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Sunday November 17 2019
Roma revive Mariano Diaz bid

Roma are not just interested in Everton striker Moise Kean, according to the latest reports, but also reviving an approach for Real Madrid man Mariano Diaz.

The Giallorossi have been linked to Kean in recent days, with the former Juventus striker not getting a lot of game time at Goodison Park.

According to today's Corriere dello Sport, Roma director of sport Gianluca Petrachi has also reignited his interest in Diaz.

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Sunday November 17 2019
Barca-Real battle for Skriniar?

Inter defender Milan Skriniar is wanted by both Real Madrid and Barcelona, according to Spanish reports.

Barca are planning a successor to Gerard Pique, and see the 24-year old Slovak as the ideal candidate. Skriniar isn't the first Inter played to be linked with the Catalans as of late, with Lautaro Martinez also thought to be of interest.

The plan would be for Skriniar to play as a reserve to Pique, and eventually take over when the Spaniard's career was winding down, a proposal that the defender isn't enthused about.

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Saturday November 16 2019
Danilo: 'If Ronaldo was Brazilian...'

Cristiano Ronaldo told Juventus teammate Danilo that “Brazil would’ve won another five World Cups” if he had been in the Seleçao.

Danilo made the revelation when speaking to DAZN Brazil, having reunited with CR7 this season.

“I knew him from our time at Real Madrid and it was nice to be back with him at Juve,” said the full-back.

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Sunday November 3 2019
Allegri favourite for Bayern job

Former Juventus coach Max Allegri is the favourite to take over as the new boss of Bayern Munich after Niko Kovac was fired, according to German newspaper BILD.

The Bundesliga champions announced this evening that Kovac had been dismissed.

Allegri has been on a sabbatical since leaving Turin last June, and it was thought that he was holding off for the opportunity to manage in England.

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Sunday November 3 2019
Allegri up for Bayern Munich job?

Max Allegri has been linked with the benches of Manchester United, Real Madrid, Arsenal, Tottenham and now also Bayern Munich.

The former Juventus boss is biding his time before starting a new adventure, having ended his spell in Turin with five consecutive Serie A titles.

According to the Corriere dello Sport, Allegri is the prime candidate for the Bayern Munich job if the Germans sack Niko Kovac.

That is more than a possibility after a shock 5-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt this weekend.

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Saturday November 2 2019
Mother: 'Football mafia against Ronaldo'

Cristiano Ronaldo's mother sensationally claimed the Juventus and Portugal star is the victim of a "mafia" in football. "If he was English or Spanish, they wouldn't do what they did."

The Juventus striker's mother, Dolores Aveiro, spoke to Portuguese newspaper A Bola at an event and discussed dark forces in the game.

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Tuesday October 29 2019
Ronaldo reveals favourite goal
Cristiano Ronaldo reveals his favourite of 701 goals was for Real Madrid against Juventus.
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Tuesday October 29 2019
Ronaldo: 'Talent useless without work'

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo tells France Football that he is working hard to “stay young” at 34 and warns "talent is useless without hard work."

The Portuguese superstar is in his second season as a Bianconeri and has already bagged four goals in Serie A this term. He admits that he is thinking about his age, but nowhere near resting on his laurels.

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Saturday October 26 2019
Theo: 'My European Milan dream'

Theo Hernandez explains why he took a pay cut, believes he can achieve his dream of “winning the Champions League at Milan” and has more “freedom” under Stefano Pioli.

The former Real Madrid full-back joined this summer after face-to-face talks with club legend and current director Paolo Maldini.

“I did some silly things in Madrid, but I have matured as a person since then,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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