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Monday October 17 2016
Zamp: Tevez & Aguero regrets

Maurizio Zamparini admits Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero “regrets” as he explains his reputation for being a ‘manager-eater’. “I had knuckleheads!”

In the second part of his interview with Sky Sport Italia ahead of Palermo’s 1000th Serie A game, which sees them host Torino, Zamparini spoke of his disappointment at failing to land the Argentine forwards, although his reference to Stefano Colantuono was not so affectionate.

“Mercato regrets? Tevez and Aguero,” the President confessed.

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Sunday July 12 2015
Blanc: 'Ibrahimovic stays at PSG'

Coach Laurent Blanc insists “there was never any doubt” Zlatan Ibrahimovic would stay at PSG, despite Milan interest.

The Rossoneri have made absolutely no secret of their attempts to coax the striker back to San Siro and Italian papers claim they have agreed personal terms.

However, Paris Saint-Germain boss Blanc slammed the door on these hopes.

“Will Ibrahimovic stay? There was never any doubt,” Blanc told Le Parisien.

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Monday June 22 2015
Agent: ‘Milan can’t afford Cavani’

Edinson Cavani’s agent quashes talk of a move to Milan - ‘I can’t see any clubs in Italy who could pay the necessary figures’.

The Paris Saint-Germain striker was heavily linked with Juventus, but after the Old Lady secured Mario Mandzukic, the Rossoneri were thought to be in the hunt.

“Juve signed Mandzukic, so I’d say their attack is set,” Claudio Anellucci told Calciomercato.

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Monday June 22 2015
Galliani: ‘Great midfielder and striker’

Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani is determined to reinforce his squad, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Axel Witsel all reported targets.

The Rossoneri have faced a difficult week after missing out on Jackson Martinez to Atletico Madrid and Geoffrey Kondogbia to Inter despite being close to deals for both players.

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Sunday June 21 2015
Milan turn to Cavani

Edinson Cavani is the latest star to be associated with Milan, but it’s unlikely PSG will let him go cheap.

The Rossoneri are scrambling for reinforcements after a devastating weekend, as they saw Jackson Martinez head towards Atletico Madrid, while Inter poached Geoffrey Kondogbia and Giannelli Imbula in France.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan aim to spend the money saved on those deals for a superstar centre-forward.

Cavani would fit the bill, as he’s looking for more playing time after struggling alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

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Saturday June 13 2015
Mandzukic tops post-Tevez list

If Carlos Tevez does return to Boca Juniors, Juventus will get one from Mario Mandzukic, Robin van Persie, Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao.

Tevez is a lifelong Boca fan and confirmed he will end his career in Buenos Aires, but it remains to be seen whether he’ll wait until his contract expires in June 2016.

According to Tuttosport, Juve are increasingly irritated by the saga and want a definitive answer by next week.

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Wednesday June 10 2015
Tevez asks to leave?

Reports in Spain suggest that Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has told the club he intends to leave this summer. 

AS reports that the Argentina international has already told the Old Lady of his intention to leave, although he hasn’t told the club where he wants to go.

Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are both believed to be interested in the 31-year-old, although a return to Boca Juniors has been touted for months.

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Sunday June 7 2015
Juve press on Cavani, Mandzukic

Juventus are reportedly pressing on Paris Saint Germain's Edinson Cavani and Atletico Madrid's Mario Mandzukic.

Having already scooped Paulo Dybala from Palermo, the Bianconeri are looking for another striker to flank the Argentinian.

Il Corriere dello Sport is running the line that Cavani is currently their first choice, but PSG are unlikely to make it an easy deal having paid €64m for the player themselves in 2013.

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Saturday May 23 2015
Marotta: 'No Cavani, watching Khedira'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta denied any talks for Edinson Cavani, but is “keeping an eye” on Sami Khedira.

The Bianconeri have fresh funds at their disposal after reaching the Champions League Final against Barcelona, which also raised their profile.

However, Marotta told Sky Sport Italia there was no truth in reports of a deal for Paris Saint-Germain hitman Cavani.

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Wednesday May 20 2015
Marotta: 'Dybala yes, Cavani no'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta surprisingly insisted PSG striker Edinson Cavani “is not a target,” but confirmed Paulo Dybala.

He spoke to Rai Sport ahead of the Coppa Italia Final against Lazio, click here to follow our LIVEBLOG.

“We met several times with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini for Dybala. We’re down to the details and hope to conclude the deal soon.

“Cavani, however, is not a realistic target.”

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