NEWS
Monday June 17 2019
Caceres confirms Juve exit

Martin Caceres says he will ‘never forget’ Juventus after bidding them farewell for the third time.

Caceres re-joined Juve in January, replacing Medhi Benatia who left for Qatar, and went on to make nine appearances, winning his sixth Scudetto with the club.

However, his contract expires at the end of the month and will not be renewed as the Bianconeri prepare for a new era under Maurizio Sarri

“My family are all Juventus,” wrote the defender on Instagram.

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Thursday May 9 2019
Juventus should pursue Manolas

With an ageing backline, Juventus should target Roma’s Kostas Manolas to resolve the club’s crippled centre-back positions, writes Anthony Barbagallo.

Juventus fans were conscious of the Bianconeri’s midfield problems going into the 2018-19 campaign, but little did they know that their side’s defence would be so disjointed throughout the season. The Italian giant, priding itself on impeccable defending, has never looked so wounded in the backline, especially in the centre-back positions.

With a significant player overhaul expected for the Old Lady this summer, swooping in on Roma’s star centre-back Kostas Manolas could prove to be an intelligent reinforcement for Juve’s defensive crisis.

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NEWS
Monday March 11 2019
Allegri: 'Not Juve's biggest game'

Max Allegri confirms Leonardo Spinazzola and Martin Caceres could start against Atletico Madrid, but “if we call this the biggest match of the season, then Juventus are in trouble.”

Atleti won the first leg 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano, but the Champions League Round of 16 will be decided in Turin on Tuesday at 20.00 GMT.

“We must do well to read the various moments of the match, understand when to do some things and when to do others,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

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NEWS
Saturday March 9 2019
Juve go three at the back for Atleti?

Juventus are leaning towards a three-man defence in the Champions League decider with Atletico Madrid, as Leonardo Spinazzola and Martin Caceres could start.

The first leg ended 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano and the Round of 16 concludes in Turin on Tuesday evening.

Andrea Barzagli limped off during last night’s 4-1 Serie A victory over Udinese and Coach Max Allegri confirmed Mattia De Sciglio is unlikely to recover in time to play.

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NEWS
Sunday February 24 2019
Juventus change system in Bologna?

Juventus could revamp their tactics against Bologna, with a potential switch to 3-4-3 or adapted 4-4-2.

It kicks off at the Stadio Dall’Ara at 14.00 GMT, follow the build-up and action from all today’s Serie A games on the LIVEBLOG.

The Bianconeri are coming off a heavy 2-0 Champions League defeat to Atletico Madrid and some of these adjustments could also be the start of preparations for the second leg on March 12.

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NEWS
Sunday February 10 2019
Caceres: 'Only winning matters'

Martin Caceres said Juventus “have come here to take the victory” against Sassuolo and go 11 points clear at the top of the table.

It kicks off at 17.00 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“We have to play as a team, attack and defend as a unit, that’s the most important thing,” the Uruguayan told Sky Sport Italia and JTV.

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NEWS
Friday February 1 2019
Juve revise CL squad

Juventus have revised their Champions League squad so Martin Caceres and Leonardo Spinazzola are eligible but Juan Cuadrado is not.

Caceres comes in to replace Medhi Benatia, who left Juve for Qatari side Al-Duhail earlier in the week.

Spinazzola is also drafted in with the injured Cuadrado making way, in another show of faith from boss Max Allegri.

The Colombian, for his part, recently had knee surgery and does not look like coming back any time soon.

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NEWS
Friday February 1 2019
Mandzukic back for Juve

Mario Mandzukic is back in Juventus’ squad for their Serie A game against Parma on Saturday, but Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci are missing.

Mandzukic was feared to be out for months with a thigh injury, but the striker has kept to his word and joins Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, Douglas Costa, Moise Kean and Federico Bernardeschi in Juve’s attack.

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Wednesday January 30 2019
Juve ask for Bruno Alves

With Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli injured, Juventus have asked Parma for Bruno Alves.

Multiple sources including Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia and more all claim there had already been an approach for the 37-year-old centre-back over the last few days.

However, news that Bonucci will be out for approximately a month with a sprained ankle and this evening Chiellini limping off with another recurrence of his calf issues during the Coppa Italia quarter-final with Atalanta prompted a rethink.

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Tuesday January 29 2019
Caceres: 'Juventus is my home'

Martin Caceres is glad to be “back in my home” after returning for a third stint at Juventus. “I’ll try to prove I’m still the same player.”

The Uruguay international left Lazio for Juve in a deal said to be worth €600,000.

“I am very happy to be back in this environment, as it has always been my home,” Caceres told JTV.

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