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Monday August 21 2017
Marotta: Juve my last club

Beppe Marotta says Juventus will be his final club but suggests his future could lie in football law-making.

Marotta has played a key role in turning around Juve’s fortunes since being appointed general manager in 2010, and the 60-year-old gave an insight into what the future held for him.

“Of course, I don’t see myself at another club,” he told Il Sole 24.

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Saturday August 19 2017
Marotta: 'Bonucci mutual decision'

Beppe Marotta explained Leonardo Bonucci’s “mutual decision” to join Milan and insisted Juventus don’t need any more players.

The Bianconeri begin their Serie A campaign against Cagliari, follow the action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

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Friday August 18 2017
Marotta gives Juve transfer update

Beppe Marotta hints Juventus will not give up on Leonardo Spinazzola, reiterates Alex Sandro is staying and admits Ezequiel Garay is “a great player”.

Calciomercato.it also quotes the Juve general manager as telling reporters Juan Cuadrado and Kwadwo Asamoah have joined Alex Sandro in “not asking to leave” and that his club had moved on from Leonardo Bonucci.

“Spinazzola? His is a two-year loan. We’re aware of this and we’re grateful to Atalanta for what they’ve done for him,” he said.

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Thursday August 17 2017
Matuidi to Juventus delayed

Blaise Matuidi has completed his Juventus medical, but the deal isn’t done yet because Paris Saint-Germain seek detailed incentives.

The 30-year-old France international arrived yesterday and underwent a series of tests in Turin.

“We have a verbal agreement with PSG and it will soon be official,” Juventus director Beppe Marotta told reporters today.

According to Le Parisien, the delay is due to some details with regards to the bonuses.

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Thursday August 17 2017
Juve 'withdraw for Keita'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta claims they “made an offer we consider fair to Lazio, so we have withdrawn” their interest in Keita Balde Diao.

The Bianconeri are believed to have made an offer of €15-20m, but the Aquile want €30m.

“Keita is an opportunity that, for contractual conditions and age, all clubs must at least try to take, with all due respect for President Claudio Lotito and Lazio,” Marotta told news agency Ansa.

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Thursday August 17 2017
Marotta: 'Alex Sandro wants Juve'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirms they rejected Chelsea’s offer for Alex Sandro because “he said he wants to stay here.”

Antonio Conte has made no secret of his desire to sign the Brazilian left-back, reportedly offering over €70m.

“He said he wants to stay here, so we sent the offers right back where they came from,” Marotta told reporters in the mixed zone today.

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BLOG ITALIA
Sunday August 13 2017
Not so super Juventus

Just as they did in Cardiff, Juventus looked woefully short of answers as they lost the Supercoppa Italiana, writes Adam Digby.

“Fino alla fine” has long been the motto of Juventus. Embroidered on shirts and sung by supporters, the phrase – meaning “until the end” – captures the relentless drive of the Bianconeri, a team who never ever give up.

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Sunday August 13 2017
Marotta: 'Nothing to do with Keita'

Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists they have “nothing to do with” Keita Balde Diao’s exclusion from the Lazio squad.

They face off in the Italian Super Cup this evening, follow the action and give your views on the LIVEBLOG.

Striker Keita was frozen out after transfer reports linking him with a move to Juve this summer.

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Wednesday August 2 2017
Matuidi wrong man for Juve

Juventus want a new midfielder, but Blaise Matuidi is not the answer, writes Vincent Van Genechten.

The Juventus midfield has been somewhat of an enigma the past few seasons. Fans of the Old Lady will fondly remember the trio of Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba roaming the pitch in 2015. The first two were let go and Manchester United made former player Pogba the most expensive footballer ever last summer.

In came Miralem Pjanic in a stunning Juve move, weakening scudetto rivals Roma with one swift transfer. The Bosnian maestro was paired with Sami Khedira, as Claudio Marchisio battled another injury riddled period. With splendid success.

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Friday July 28 2017
‘No Dybala sale at any price’

Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta insists Paulo Dybala is not for sale “at any price”.

Dybala suggested on Thursday that he would not fight to stay at Juve if Barcelona came in with a large-enough offer, but Marotta made it clear the Argentine attacker “will stay for as long as he wants”.

“Paulo won’t be sold at any price,” he told Tuttosport.

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