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Tuesday June 30 2020
Bentancur: 'We did what Sarri wanted'

Rodrigo Bentancur has claimed Juventus ‘still have to improve’ after the 3-1 win against Genoa, but feels he has ‘developed’ this season and was happy to see the team follow Maurizio Sarri’s tactics.

The midfielder impressed again when Juventus beat Genoa at the Marassi, as three stunning goals by Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Douglas Costa helped the Bianconeri reclaim their four-point lead at the top.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Gen 1-3 Juv: Trio of stunners inspire Juve

Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Douglas Costa not only allowed Juventus to conquer Genoa, but also practically had a competition to see who could score the most spectacular goal.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Liveblog: Torino-Lazio and Genoa-Juventus
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today's two big Serie A games, as Torino host Lazio and Juventus are in Genoa.
 
 
We start at 18:30 GMT at the Grande Torino in Turin, where the Granata face title candidates Lazio.
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Tuesday June 30 2020
Paratici: 'Pjanic would only leave for Barca'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici reveals Miralem Pjanic ‘would only have left for Barcelona’ and age played a part in their choice of Arthur Melo.

The Bianconeri visit Genoa tonight at 20.45 UK time (19.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“Genoa are a side who don’t belong in their current position, as they have an excellent coach and squad at their disposal,” the Chief Football Officer told Sky Sport Italia.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Tor 1-2 Laz: Another Aquile comeback

Ciro Immobile gave away an early Torino penalty, but made up for it with the equaliser before Marco Parolo’s deflected strike completed another Lazio comeback.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Official: Triple Juventus deal

Juventus have officially sold striker Stephy Mavididi to French side HSC Montpellier for €6.3m, while Felix Correia arrives from Manchester City in exchange for Pablo Moreno.

Mavididi had spent this season in France on loan to Dijon, but could not agree personal terms for an extension.

It had seemed this morning as if the move to Montpellier had collapsed, with Atalanta or Lille stepping in.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Line-ups: Genoa v Juventus

Juventus rely on Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and future Barcelona star Miralem Pjanic for what has historically been a tricky trip to relegation battlers Genoa.

It kicks off at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, commonly known as Marassi, at 20.45 UK time (19.45 GMT).

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Juve-City starlet swap done

Juventus have completed their swap deal to sign Felix Correia, with Pablo Moreno heading to Manchester City in exchange.

Sky Sport Italia and Romeo Agresti both report the contracts have been signed and only official confirmation is pending.

It will be a straight swap, with both players valued at around €10m.

Correia, 19, is a right winger who plays for Portugal Under-19s and spent last season on loan at AZ.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Serie A Week 29 referees

The referees for Serie A’s Week 29 fixtures have been announced, with Davide Massa given Torino-Lazio and Genoa-Juventus going to Gianpaolo Calvarese.

Massa [pictured] has officiated 24 games in all competitions this season, dishing out 124 yellow cards and awarding 11 penalties.

Calvarese, on the other hand, has booked just 76 players and blown for four spot-kicks in his 16 matches.

Elsewhere, Inter’s visit of Brescia will be overseen by Gianluca Manganiello and Maurizio Mariani is handed Milan’s trip to bottom-placed SPAL.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Allegri no longer tied to Juve

Max Allegri is free to return to football after his Juventus contract officially expired today.

Allegri left Juve last summer, making way for Maurizio Sarri, but still had one year left on his deal with the club.

Now, the 52-year-old is no longer bound to the Bianconeri, who in turn have been relieved of his €7m salary.

That means he is free to talk to other clubs, without the need to negotiate a severance package.

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