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Sunday September 17 2017
Marotta: 'Final maximum for Juve'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta suggested simply reaching the Champions League Final is “the maximum target a club like ours can aim for.”

The Bianconeri visit Sassuolo in Serie A at 11.30 UK time (10.30 GMT), follow the build-up and action on the LIVEBLOG.

This is the first match since the 3-0 Champions League defeat at the hands of Barcelona at Camp Nou.

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Wednesday September 13 2017
Marotta: Iniesta won’t leave Barca

Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta believes Andres Iniesta will remain a Barcelona player next season.

Iniesta has continually stated that he is not close to signing a new contract with Barca, fuelling talk of a Bosman switch to Juve.

Nonetheless, the midfielder was acclaimed for his performance in their 3-0 victory over the Bianconeri in the Champions League on Tuesday.

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Tuesday September 12 2017
Marotta: 'No Barcelona-Dybala bid'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta trusts Max Allegri made the right decisions against Barcelona and denies a bid for Paulo Dybala.

It kicks off at Camp Nou at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), follow the build-up and action from this game and Roma-Atletico Madrid on the LIVEBLOG.

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Saturday September 9 2017
Marotta: 'Juventus must rotate'

Beppe Marotta believes squad rotation will be essential for Juventus this season, as they make big changes against Chievo.

It kicks off at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT), click here for the line-ups and Liveblog.

There is a large-scale squad rotation for today’s game with Chievo ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League trip to Barcelona.

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Wednesday August 30 2017
Marotta: 'Juve watching Emre Can'

Juventus director general Beppe Marotta confirms they will “watch” the Emre Can situation if he doesn’t renew with Liverpool.

The Germany international has a contract due to expire in June 2018.

“Emre Can is an excellent player, I don’t know if he will renew with Liverpool, but we’ll stay on the sidelines and watch,” Marotta told Calciomercato.com.

The Bianconeri had already hinted they were ready to start negotiations in January, as Can will be a free agent next summer.

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Wednesday August 30 2017
Marotta: 'No more Juventus buys'

Beppe Marotta said Juventus won’t make any major buys after Benedikt Howedes, reassured Leonardo Spinazzola and said Lazio were “lucky” to get €35m for Keita Balde Diao.

“Sami Khedira has a small problem with his knee, but will certainly be available very soon,” the director general told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday August 26 2017
Marotta: 'Howedes, Schick and Can'

Beppe Marotta confirms Juventus would only sign Benedikt Howedes “on loan with option to buy,” while dropping Emre Can hints and clarifying the Patrik Schick situation.

The Bianconeri visit Genoa in this evening’s Serie A game, follow the build-up and action on the Liveblog.

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Thursday August 24 2017
Marotta: 'Juve in Howedes talks'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta commented on the Champions League draw, denied an Andre Gomes bid, but Benedikt Howedes is “more than a hypothesis.”

The Bianconeri have been drawn with Barcelona, Olympiakos and Sporting CP.

“Every group has its dangers, the important thing is to reach every game in the right frame of mind. They are all tough opponents and the most important thing is how we approach it,” Marotta told Mediaset Premium.

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Monday August 21 2017
Marotta: My message for Cardiff…

Beppe Marotta says Juventus “are even more determined” to win the Champions League as the club must “only win or learn”, not lose.

Looking back at Juve’s 4-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League Final last season, Marotta acknowledged it as his “biggest disappointment” but cited a famous Nelson Mandela phrase when trying to draw the positives from cardiff.

“The most compelling victory remains the conquest of our first title in Trieste,” the general manager told Il Sole 24.

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Monday August 21 2017
Marotta: Football like show business

Juventus’ Beppe Marotta believes football “is increasingly becoming a form of show business” as “the romance has been buried”.

Reflecting on the evolution of football throughout his 40 years in the game, Marotta admitted the days of one-club men were long gone, while the passion was at risk of “diminishing”.

“In 40 years, I’ve gone through all the transformations in this industry, from sponsorship to TV adventures, from the invasion of finance to this new era,” he told Il Sole 24.

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