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Friday August 17 2018
Borriello option for Napoli

Former Milan, Roma and Juventus striker Marco Borriello is reportedly a deadline-day option for Napoli.

According to Tuttosport, Napoli want Udinese’s Kevin Lasagna but accept only a huge offer would tempt the Zebrette into selling up.

Consequently, Borriello would have cropped up on the Partenopei’s radar, given his willingness to end his career at the San Paolo and status as a free agent after leaving SPAL.

The 36-year-old, who scored 16 Serie A goals for Cagliari just two seasons ago, also has seven Italy caps.

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Friday August 17 2018
Marchisio: Juve come first

Claudio Marchisio has admitted that ‘the team come first’ after rescinding his contract with Juventus.

Marchisio ended his 25-year association with Juve on Friday, and the midfielder made it clear he was not prepared to hold the Bianconeri back, despite his love for the club.

“A thousand thoughts and a thousand images accompanied me throughout the night,” wrote the 32-year-old on Instagram.

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Friday August 17 2018
Come for CR7, stay for Serie A

Many will tune in to Chievo-Juventus just for Cristiano Ronaldo's debut, but Daryl Hammond hopes they'll learn to love the unique spectacle of Serie A.

The Stadio Bentegodi isn’t quite the iconic footballing theatre the Santiago Bernabeu or Old Trafford are, but as far as opening stages go, it will do for Cristiano Ronaldo. 

He scored twice in his first ever league appearance for Sporting CP, and club legend George Best hailed his first Manchester United appearance "the most exciting debut performance I’ve ever seen" as his pace and skill wowed the crowd. 

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Friday August 17 2018
Arsenal striker set for Juve?

Young Arsenal striker Stephy Mavididi is reportedly in talks to join Juventus.

According to The Sun, Juve are eyeing Mavididi to play for their newly-founded reserve team, which will compete in Serie C this season.

The 20-year-old, who is of Congolese descent, has yet to feature in Arsenal’s first team but is an England Under-21 international.

English youngsters moving abroad is a growing trend, sparked by Joe Hart’s transfer to Torino in 2016 and the Three Lions’ recent World Cup successes at youth level.

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Friday August 17 2018
OFFICIAL: Marchisio leaves Juve

Claudio Marchisio has officially terminated his contract with Juventus, bringing an end to his 25 years in Bianconero.

Marchisio’s role at Juve had become increasingly marginalised, and the OId Lady have allowed the midfielder - who turned 32 in January - to find a new club before Friday’s deadline in Italy.

“Twenty-five years have passed since Claudio put on the black and white shirt for the very first time. He was aged just seven with a mad desire to play for his hometown club and a head full of dreams,” read a statement.

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Thursday August 16 2018
Reports: Milinkovic-Savic to Milan?

With the transfer deadline on Friday evening, there are new reports Milan will get Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio on a €40m loan.

The deadline is tomorrow at 19.00 UK time (18.00 GMT) and the Rossoneri have been very active with the arrival of Diego Laxalt from Genoa and Samu Castillejo of Villarreal.

However, financial newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore maintains Milan have struck a deal with Lazio to take Milinkovic-Savic on a one-year loan at a cost of €40m.

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Thursday August 16 2018
Juve close on Danish starlet

Juventus have reportedly agreed a deal for 18-year-old Nordsjaelland striker Nikolai Baden Frederiksen.

Sky Sport Italia and Sportitalia are confident the transfer will be finalised for €2m and he’ll join their Primavera youth team.

Despite only turning 18 in May, Frederiksen already has two caps for Denmark at Under-19 level, scoring two goals in five games for the Under-18 side.

He played 90 minutes in their Europa League qualifier against Cliftonville, a 2-1 victory.

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Thursday August 16 2018
Juventus snatch Arsenal striker

Juventus have reportedly agreed a €2m swoop for Arsenal youth team and England Under-20 star Stephy Mavididi.

According to Sportitalia and Sky Sport Italia, he already underwent a medical in Turin.

Mavididi only recently turned 20 and will play in the new Juventus B team, which from this season will be allowed to take part in the Italian third division.

He spent last season on loan at Charlton Athletic and has three goals in three caps for England at Under-20 level.

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Thursday August 16 2018
Sneijder: 'Juve won't win Champions'

Wesley Sneijder won the Champions League with Inter, but doubts Juventus can do the same, even with Cristiano Ronaldo. “There are tougher teams.”

The Bianconeri became one of the favourites to lift the trophy after bringing in CR7 from Real Madrid, not to mention Emre Can, Blaise Matuidi, Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and Douglas Costa.

However, 2010 Treble winner Sneijder is unconvinced Juve will end their 22-year wait.

“I don’t think so,” he told beIN Sports.

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Thursday August 16 2018
Ferrero: 'Rest of Serie A goes ahead'

Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero accepted “it is right that the rest of Serie A goes ahead” after their game and Milan-Genoa were postponed in the wake of tragedy.

Saturday is a national day of mourning and many of the funerals will be held for those who died in the collapse of the Ponte Morandi bridge in Genoa.

Because of this, Ferrero had called for this weekend’s opening Serie A round to be postponed as a sign of respect.

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