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Saturday June 1 2019
Reina: 'Hope right decisions for Milan'

Pepe Reina hopes “for the good of Milan, that the decisions being made are the right ones” and isn’t surprised by Maurizio Sarri at Juventus.

The club is in the midst of another revolution this summer, with Coach Gennaro Gattuso and director of sport Leonardo leaving, Paolo Maldini considering his position and CEO Ivan Gazidis promising a focus on balancing the books.

“All we can do is wait and for the good of Milan, I hope that the decisions being made are the right ones,” Reina told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday June 1 2019
Roma will want Liverpool victory

Roma are cheering on Liverpool in tonight’s Champions League Final against Tottenham Hotspur, as they could earn them €5m.

According to Il Romanista, part of the deals that took Mohamed Salah and Alisson to Liverpool included bonuses if they were to win the Champions League.

The details have not been confirmed, but it’s believed they could be worth up to a combined €5m in extra revenue for the Giallorossi.

They already came close last season, when Liverpool beat Roma in the semi-final only to lose the Final to Real Madrid.

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Saturday June 1 2019
Trippier to replace Cancelo at Juve?

Multiple sources claim Juventus are ready to sell Joao Cancelo and Mario Mandzukic, focusing instead on Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier.

The Bianconeri seem to be on the verge of securing new Coach Maurizio Sarri, as he reportedly agreed to terminate his contract with Chelsea by mutual consent and could be in Italy over the weekend.

This means a revamp of the current squad and Sky Sport Italia point to two players on their way out – Cancelo and Mandzukic.

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Saturday June 1 2019
Sarri is free, but are Juve ready?

Multiple sources state Chelsea have agreed to release Maurizio Sarri, but there are some who maintain Juventus are waiting for Pep Guardiola or Mauricio Pochettino.

Sportitalia – who are very close to Sarri – Sky Sport Italia, La Gazzetta dello Sport and more all have the same version of events, claiming Chelsea accepted the tactician’s request to leave after just one year at Stamford Bridge.

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Friday May 31 2019
Guardiola talk boosts Juve shares

Juventus shares soared amid growing reports Pep Guardiola could leave Manchester City and is their first choice ahead of Maurizio Sarri and Mauricio Pochettino.

The race for a new Coach after terminating the contract with Max Allegri early continues to rumble on, with great uncertainty over the outcome or even state of negotiations.

After days of large-scale confidence Sarri was the main pick and will have talks with Chelsea today on the possibility of being released, Guardiola has returned to the front page.

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Monday May 27 2019
Pochettino: 'We'll talk after the Final'

Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino refused to commit his future to Spurs after being asked about Juventus. “We’ll have time to talk after the Final.”

The tactician was at a Press conference ahead of the Champions League Final with Liverpool in Barcelona when asked a specific question by an Italian reporter on Serie A links.

“Today nothing is more important than the game we have ahead. We can make history, provide our fans with the best happiness in football that you can provide.

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Sunday May 26 2019
Paratici: 'Juve never contacted Guardiola'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici confirmed they won’t announce a new Coach until “all competitions have concluded, but we never contacted Pep Guardiola.”

The Bianconeri end their Serie A season this evening against Sampdoria and you can follow all the action on the LIVEBLOG.

All eyes are already focused on the future and who will be on the bench next season.

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Saturday May 25 2019
Milan contact Allegri?

Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis has reportedly contacted Max Allegri to see if the Juventus Coach would like another go at the San Siro job.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Gazidis approached Allegri over the last few days to ask about his availability.

It would be a return for Allegri, who was already at the helm from 2010 to January 2014, when he was fired by then-President Silvio Berlusconi.

The most recent Rossoneri Scudetto was earned with Allegri in 2010-11, while he also won the Supercoppa that year.

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Saturday May 25 2019
Napoli all-clear for Trippier

Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has reportedly given the green light for negotiations to begin with Tottenham Hotspur’ €30m-rated right-back Kieran Trippier.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the England international has expressed his desire to join the Azzurri and De Laurentiis is willing to close the deal.

The 28-year-old former Manchester City youth product has won 16 caps for his country and will be playing in the Champions League Final next weekend.

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Saturday May 25 2019
Juve prepare Sarri proposal

Juventus will reportedly wait until after the Europa League Final to formally request Maurizio Sarri’s signature, with Chelsea ready to accept a €5m compensation.

According to British newspaper The Sun, Juve have made indirect approaches towards the former Napoli Coach, but out of respect for the upcoming Europa League Final against Arsenal, they are holding off on anything more concrete.

Straight after that game in Baku on May 29, the Bianconeri can ask what Chelsea want in compensation to release Sarri from his contract.

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