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Saturday November 30 2019
De Zerbi: 'Juve have everything'

Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi warns his side that “Juventus have multiple reference points, not just Leonardo Bonucci and Miralem Pjanic."

These teams square off on Sunday at 11.30 GMT, and De Zerbi says the Italian champions are a complete side.

“Juve have everything. You can’t think of taking anything away from them, otherwise you concede more than against other teams," said the coach in his press conference.

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Friday November 29 2019
Bonucci wants to avoid Spurs

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has admitted that he would like to avoid Tottenham Hotspur in the last 16 of the Champions League.

The Bianconeri are the only Italian team already qualified for the knockout stages of the tournament, but the other three - Inter, Napoli and Atalanta - still have a chance of joining them in the next phase.

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Saturday November 23 2019
Paratici: 'Atalanta underestimated'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici warned “people underestimate the sheer quality” of Atalanta and identifies the secret to their success.

It kicks off at 14.00 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“It’s always tough to play in Bergamo, because Atalanta have a quality squad and passionate fans, so these are hard-fought games,” the director told Sky Sport Italia.

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Wednesday November 20 2019
Cuadrado agreeing new Juve deal

Multiple reports suggest that Juan Cuadrado will sign a contract extention with Juventus, along with Leonardo Bonucci and Wojciech Szczesny.

The Colombian, who has been at Juve since 2015, will sign a two-year extension to his current deal, which expires next summer, according to Tuttosport, Sky Sport Italia and more.

Cuadrado has played as a makeshift right-back this season, due to the club's injury problems in the position.

He joins goalkeeper Szczesny and defender Bonucci in renewing with the Bianconeri in recent days.

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Tuesday November 19 2019
Bonucci hails 'historic' renewal

Leonardo Bonucci says he will “never forget this historic, unforgettable day” after signing a new contract with Juventus.

Bonucci extended his deal with the Bianconeri until 2024 earlier today, which sees the defender through until he is 37.

“It’s an historic, unforgettable day,” he told Juventus TV.

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Tuesday November 19 2019
OFFICIAL: Bonucci renews with Juve

Juventus have announced Leonardo Bonucci’s new contract until 2024, with Juan Cuadrado and Wojciech Szczesny to follow shortly.

In a whirlwind renewal, Juve confirmed on their official website this afternoon that Bonucci had extended his deal by a further season.

The defender returned to the Bianconeri from Milan in the summer of 2018 and has slotted straight back into their backline, winning another Scudetto.

He has also been promoted to captain while Giorgio Chiellini recovers from an ACL injury.

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Tuesday November 19 2019
Bonucci agrees new Juve deal

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci is set to sign a new contract, tying him to the club until 2024.

Bonucci only re-joined Juve from Milan in the summer of 2018, signing on for the next five years.

However, Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Sport Italia both claim an extension for a further season has been agreed.

It is possible the 32-year-old will earn an improved salary thanks to this renewal.

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Monday November 18 2019
Bonucci: 'Enjoyable Azzurri'

Leonardo Bonucci confessed he has “never enjoyed my time with Italy this much” after beating Armenia 9-1, but it won’t count until Euro 2020.

The Azzurri almost equalled their biggest ever victory, having crushed USA 9-0 in an Olympics match in 1948, to maintain their 100 per cent record in Group J.

“Records are fairly meaningless without silverware. If we want to make it count, we have to do it next summer,” Bonucci told Rai Sport.

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Sunday November 17 2019
Bonucci: 'Italy still lack experience'

Leonardo Bonucci warned records won’t be enough to put Italy back among the elite. “We lack experience in comparison with Spain, France and Germany.”

The final qualifier kicks off on Monday at 19.45 GMT, as Armenia visit the Stadio Barbera in Palermo.

They already set a new record of 10 consecutive victories and can complete a perfect Group J run, but the Juventus defender isn’t getting ahead of himself.

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BLOG ITALIA
Saturday November 16 2019
Azzurri built around quality

Italy finally have an identity built around a group of quality midfielders, writes Emmet Gates, but concerns remain in defence.

Roberto Mancini made history. Following Italy’s fluid 3-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina at the Bilino Polje stadium in Zenica. This was Mancini’s 10th consecutive win with the Azzurri, surpassing the legendary Vittorio Pozzo’s record in the late 1930s. It was also a sixth consecutive away win, another first.

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