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Sunday May 31 2020
Juve quartet 'in Chiesa deal'

Juventus are reportedly prepared to offer Mattia Perin, Daniele Rugani, Luca Pellegrini and Cristian Romero in exchange for Fiorentina star Federico Chiesa.

The post-coronavirus transfer market is set to be dominated by player trades, and Tuttosport is expecting Juve to lead the way.

According to the newspaper, sporting director Fabio Paratici is ready to give up Rugani, Pellegrini and Romero in order to land Chiesa.

However, Fiorentina would be particularly interested in Perin, who is currently on loan at Genoa without an option to buy.

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Monday May 25 2020
Viola sacrifice defensive duo to keep stars

Fiorentina are allegedly prepared to sacrifice Nikola Milenkovic and German Pezzella in order to keep both Federico Chiesa and Gaetano Castrovilli in the squad next season.

Both Chiesa and Castrovilli have been linked with moves to the top clubs in Serie A but President Rocco Commisso wants to keep the stars at the Artemio Franchi and build for a bright future.

To prevent losing the two stars, he might have to sacrifice other key members of the squad and La Nazione has claimed he will be willing to part ways with the two wanted defenders.

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Sunday May 24 2020
Rugani girlfriend 'terrified' after COVID-19 test

Juventus defender Daniele Rugani’s girlfriend Michela Persico described feeling ‘terrified’ after learning she was pregnant and COVID-19 positive.

Rugani was the first Serie A player to test positive for the coronavirus in March and his partner was also contaminated, but the fact she was pregnant at the time added a new level of worry.

“I am fine now, but fortunately I only had mild symptoms: loss of smell and taste, a fever, fatigue. Compared to many others, Daniele and I were very fortunate,” Persico told Tuttosport.

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Friday May 22 2020
Rugani: 'Virus made me stronger'

Juventus’ Daniele Rugani has looked back on his ‘strange’ month with coronavirus and claimed he is ‘a great deal stronger’ as a result of his ordeal.

Rugani was the first Serie A player to test positive for COVID-19 back in March, but the defender has since made a full recovery.

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Tuesday May 12 2020
Report: 'Pjanic has Barca deal, Vidal wants Inter'

Miralem Pjanic reportedly ‘already agreed a deal’ with Barcelona, but Arthur Melo is blocking everything, while Arturo Vidal ‘wants to reunite with Antonio Conte’ at Inter.

The reports continue to circulate in Italy and Spain that Pjanic would go to Camp Nou in exchange for Arthur Melo, but the Brazilian is holding up the move.

“According to my information, Barca have already agreed a deal with Pjanic,” Barca TV journalist Francesc Aguilar told TuttoJuve.com.

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Wednesday May 6 2020
Juventus: Dybala has recovered

Juventus have confirmed that Paulo Dybala has fully recovered from COVID-19 and his latest tests proved negative, so he can return to training.

The Argentina international was the third Juve player to test positive for coronavirus in March, after Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi.

However, while Rugani and Matuidi were given the all-clear on April 15, it took Dybala longer to fully shake the virus off.

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Tuesday May 5 2020
Juventus: Dybala not cured yet

Juventus released a statement confirming Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi now test negative for COVID-19, but Paulo Dybala is not given the all-clear.

Players drove into the training ground today at Continassa to begin tests and prepare work after almost two months of the lockdown.

A statement was released detailing the various actions the club is taking to abide by Government guidelines, including the intensive cleaning of all work surfaces, including the team bus.

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Monday April 27 2020
Milan new Rugani favourites?

Milan have emerged as the new favourites to sign Juventus defender Daniele Rugani when the transfer window reopens.

Rugani seems destined to leave Juve after having fallen to fifth choice in their centre-back pecking order.

Now, Calciomercato.it claims he is a ‘high-value target’ for Milan, given he fits into their budget.

The website writes the Bianconeri are hoping to raise ‘around €20m’ from his sale, while the 25-year-old receives in the region of €3m a season.

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Tuesday April 21 2020
Rugani agent: 'Anything can happen'

Juventus defender Daniele Rugani has recovered from coronavirus, but his agent warns the future is up in the air. “We have no news on negotiations, but anything can happen in football.”

The centre-back was the first Serie A player to officially be diagnosed with COVID-19, but was given the all-clear last week.

“Daniele is fine now, as he was in self-isolation for a month. Now he is back in his home in Turin, where he is doing well and cant start training,” agent Davide Torchia told Radio Punto Nuovo.

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Wednesday April 15 2020
Matuidi & Rugani free of COVID-19

Juventus have announced that Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi have both recovered from coronavirus.

The pair tested positive for COVID-19 last month, with Rugani becoming the first Serie A player to do so.

This afternoon, Juve released a statement that read: “Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi underwent, as per protocol, a double check with diagnostic tests (swabs) for the Coronavirus-Covid 19.

“The tests came back with negative results. The players have, therefore, recovered and are no longer subjected to the home isolation regime.”

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