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Sunday January 7 2018
Monaco consider Sturaro?

It’s reported Monaco are interested in Stefano Sturaro, but Juventus would need a replacement first.

The midfielder has made only four Serie A appearances so far this season, and is well down the pecking order in Turin.

According to CalcioNews24 there are two Ligue 1 clubs interested, with the more plausible option represented by Monaco.

The Principality side want a more combative midfielder, and believe the Italian international fits the profile perfectly.

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Tuesday January 2 2018
Where next for Pjaca?

Recovering from a serious knee injury, Marko Pjaca and Juventus must now choose the next step of his career carefully, writes Gregory Caltabanis.

After a six-month injury layoff, Marko Pjaca is ready to return to action, but is there space for the Croatian international at Juventus? With the arrival of Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi in the summer, the talented winger has become a forgotten man in Turin. With the transfer window now open, the 22-year-old will have a chance to prove himself, as teams are queuing up for his signature.

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Saturday December 30 2017
Clubs line up for Juve's Pjaca

Juventus are ready to send Marko Pjaca out on loan with Monaco, Atalanta, Schalke 04, Sassuolo and Zenit St Petersburg options.

The Croatia international is yet to play for the senior squad this season, as he only just completed his recovery from an anterior cruciate ligament injury he suffered at the end of March.

The 22-year-old has been playing and scoring for the Primavera youth team, contributing two goals and three assists in four games, but now needs a sterner test to find his match fitness.

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Sunday December 17 2017
Milinkovic: 'I don't care about scouts'

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic assured he doesn’t “care who came to watch me. I play for Lazio and I am happy here.”

The midfielder bagged a brace in the first half of their trip to Atalanta, with representatives from Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona and Monaco in the stands.

They were also later joined by Juventus director of sport Fabio Paratici.

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Sunday December 17 2017
Big clubs flock to Atalanta-Lazio

Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona and Monaco scouts are in the stands for tonight’s game between Atalanta and Lazio.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups and Liveblog.

According to Mediaset Premium, there are representatives in the stands of the Stadio Azzurri d’Italia in Bergamo from several of Europe’s top clubs.

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Thursday December 14 2017
Juventus monitor Fabinho

Juventus are reportedly monitoring Fabinho, as he admits “all this being equal, this will be my last year at Monaco”.

The midfielder, who can also play at right-back, was on the verge of joining Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, but the deal never went through, ostensibly due to Financial Fair Play.

Juve were also interested in the Brazilian, but they already had Rodrigo Bentancur as a non-EU player, and decided to focus on Douglas Costa for the second.

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Friday November 24 2017
Del Piero: Calciopoli an ‘atomic bomb’

Alessandro Del Piero has described Calciopoli as “an atomic bomb”, the effects of which are still being felt in Italian football.

Juve were infamously demoted to Serie B for their role in the refereeing scandal 10 years ao, but Del Piero claimed it also led to football in Italy ‘collapsing’ and other countries moving ahead.

“It was like an atomic bomb: our football broke down,” the former Bianconeri attacker told Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Tuesday November 21 2017
Raggi: ‘Ranieri perfect for Italy’

Monaco defender Andrea Raggi believes Claudio Ranieri would be “the ideal profile” for the role of Italy CT.

The Azzurri are currently without a Coach after Giampiero Ventura was sacked, and FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio angrily announced his resignation yesterday.

Ranieri has been touted as potential candidate for the Italy job, and Raggi, who worked with him at Monaco, thinks he’d be ideal.

“He has the ideal profile,” the centre-back told Gazzetta dello Sport’s Extra Time supplement.

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Saturday November 18 2017
Juventus target Thuram Junior

Juventus have reportedly approached Khephren Thuram, the 16-year-old son of their former defender Lilian, from the Monaco youth team.

According to Sport Mediaset, the Bianconeri have set their sights on another generation of the Thuram family.

The teenager is already an Under-19 player at the club and made his debut in the UEFA Youth League.

Unlike his father, Khephren plays primarily in midfield and has been called the new Patrick Vieira – another ex-Juventus star.

He already has 12 caps and one goal for France at Under-16 level.

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Wednesday October 4 2017
Juve eye up Thuram’s son?

Juventus are reportedly eyeing a deal to sign Lilian Thuram’s teenage son, Monaco Under-19 midfielder Khephren.

Accoeding to Tuttosport, Juve have “decided to look more closely” at Thuram-Ulien, who was born in Parma – where his father played in 2001.

The 16-year-old is a central midfielder, unlike former defender Lilian, but has been likened in playing style to ex-Bianconero Patrick Vieira.

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