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Tuesday January 26 2016
Dybala ‘enjoying Higuain duel’

Paulo Dybala is ‘enjoying the duel with Napoli and Gonzalo Higuain’, but doesn't believe it’s a two-horse race for the Scudetto.

The Juventus striker’s compatriot leads the Serie A scoring charts with an impressive 21 goals in 21 games this season for the Partenopei.

Dybala spoke of his admiration for Higuain, but warns that with 17 matches to play there is still everything to play for.

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Tuesday January 26 2016
Dybala ‘not thinking about leaving’

Paulo Dybala reassures Juventus fans that ‘I’m not thinking about Barcelona’ but says: ‘I’d be happy to be just a little like Lionel Messi’.

Barca scouts and directors have reportedly been in Turin to watch Dybala and his teammate Paul Pogba with their eye on a summer bid.

The Argentine striker was also labelled ‘the new Messi’ by Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini yesterday, but he has distanced himself from the comparisons.

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Monday January 25 2016
Buffon: ‘Retirement in 2018’

Juventus and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon confirms he intends to retire after the 2018 World Cup.

The veteran turns 38 on Thursday, meaning he will be 40 by the time the World Cup in Russia comes round.

“If I can push myself up to the 2018 World Cup then I’ll go on,” Buffon said, as he accepted a Gianni Brera award for Sportsman of the Year.

“After that I’ll close the door and stop playing football.”

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Monday January 25 2016
Zamp: ‘Dybala the new Messi’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini describes Juventus’ Paulo Dybala as “a young Lionel Messi” and says he’s worth €100m.

The forward left the Rosanero this summer in a €40m deal, and has gone on to score 12 goals for the Old Lady in his 20 Serie A appearances so far, as well as providing seven assists.

“I sold him for €32m plus €8m [in bonuses],” Zamparini reminded Rai Radio.

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Monday January 25 2016
Serie A Team of Week 21

After an exciting weekend with several high scoring games, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 21

Vid Belec [Carpi]

The Slovenian made a number of saves but had no chance with the deflected Inter goal. Kept his best for fabulous stops from Ivan Perisic’s long-range right footer, then a point-blank block from Rodrigo Palacio before getting back up to deny Felipe Melo. Commanding.

Simone Romagnoli [Carpi]

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Sunday January 24 2016
Allegri has Dybala advice

Max Allegri had praise and criticism for Paulo Dybala after a 1-0 win over Roma. “Juventus must have balance.”

Dybala scored the decisive strike late on for Juve’s 11th consecutive Serie A victory.

“It was a difficult game because Roma closed us down,” Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday January 24 2016
Dybala takes down Roma

Paulo Dybala was decisive again as Juventus beat Roma 1-0 for their 11th consecutive Serie A victory.

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Sunday January 24 2016
Marotta: 'Allegri, Pogba, Dybala staying'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured “we want to hold on tight” to Max Allegri, Paulo Dybala, Paul Pogba and Martin Caceres.

The Bianconeri are seeking an 11th consecutive Serie A victory against Roma tonight, follow the action on the LIVEBLOG.

This weekend English papers claimed Allegri was the number one choice to take over at Chelsea next season.

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Sunday January 24 2016
Dybala: 'Roma's last chance'

Paulo Dybala said this is “one of Roma’s last chances to get back into the race” against on-form Juventus.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, follow the action as it happens in our LIVEBLOG.

“It’s certainly a fundamental game and we must continue our winning streak,” Dybala told Sky Sport Italia.

A victory would put the Bianconeri four points clear in second place.

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Saturday January 23 2016
Zamparini: 'I won't pay Dybala cash'

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini is refusing to pay €15m for Paulo Dybala and claims Gustavo Mascardi “should be in prison.”

The bitter row has been dragging on ever since the transfer from Instituto in 2012.

This week the High Court in Manchester ruled Palermo owed €15m to Mascardi’s company Pencil Hill Ltd, but Zamparini hit back in a Press conference today.

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