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Friday July 3 2020
Lobotka: 'Still believe in Napoli'

Stanislav Lobotka’s confidence in Napoli has not been hit by defeat to Atalanta. ‘We can still take fourth place and beat Barcelona in the Champions League.’

Last night’s 2-0 result ended their run of victories and left them 15 points adrift of the top four.

“It was a difficult match with Atalanta, as we did well in the first half, but made two costly errors after the break,” Lobotka told Radio Kiss Kiss.

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Friday July 3 2020
Messi moving on in 2021?

Lionel Messi could reportedly leave Barcelona in 2021, as he allegedly stopped the contract negotiations with the Blaugrana.

The Serie A giants have followed his situation in Catalonia for years and earlier this season Inter were being urged by their former President to try once more for the Barca talisman.

The Argentine seemed set to renew his current deal until June 2023, but Spanish outlet Cadena Ser claims the striker has paused his negotiations with the club.

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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
Arthur: 'Thank you, Juve'

Barcelona midfielder Arthur Melo has thanked Juventus for their ‘great interest in me. I know I’m going to a great club.’

Arthur completed a transfer to Juve yesterday, in a deal that could rise to €82m, with Miralem Pjanic heading to Barca in exchange.

“Thank you Juventus, for your great interest in me,” wrote the Brazilian on Instagram.

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Monday June 29 2020
Pjanic: 'Can never thank Juve enough'

Miralem Pjanic wrote an emotional farewell to Juventus after completing his transfer to Barcelona. ‘You wear this jersey like a second skin, always give everything, and you’ll never go wrong.’

The deal was done for €60m plus another €5m in variable bonuses, while Arthur Melo went to Turin for €72m plus €10m in add-ons.

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Monday June 29 2020
Official: Pjanic sold to Barcelona

After the Arthur Melo to Juventus announcement, now it is also official that Miralem Pjanic is sold to Barcelona for €60m plus €5m add-ons, with a €400m release clause.

It is essentially an exchange between the players, with an additional €12m in cash and a further €10m in variable add-ons going to the Blaugrana.

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Monday June 29 2020
Arthur is fourth biggest Juventus buy

Completing the transfer from Barcelona at a cost of €72m plus up to €10m in bonuses, Arthur Melo becomes one of the all-time four most expensive Juventus signings.

The deal and specific figures were confirmed via a statement from the Blaugrana website this afternoon.

Miralem Pjanic will be heading the other way, but Arthur still earns his place in the history books as the fourth most expensive signing for Juventus.

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Monday June 29 2020
Scolari: 'Arthur perfect for Sarri's Juve'

Former Brazil coach Felipe Scolari maintains Arthur Melo will be ‘perfect for Maurizio Sarri’s tactics’ at Juventus, while Barcelona can also relish Miralem Pjanic.

A statement confirms Arthur is joining Juve for €72m plus €10m in add-ons, but Pjanic is expected to be worth €60m and that announcement will come after the Italian stock exchange has closed.

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Monday June 29 2020
Official: Arthur sold to Juventus

Barcelona have announced Arthur Melo’s transfer to Juventus for €72m plus up to €10m in variable bonuses, but Miralem Pjanic’s statement comes later.

“FC Barcelona and Juventus FC have reached an agreement for the transfer of player Arthur Melo. The Italian club will pay 72 million euros, plus 10 million euros in variables.

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Monday June 29 2020
Sarri: 'No Juventus doubts on Pjanic'

Maurizio Sarri warns he won’t be rotating the Juventus squad against Genoa, partly due to a lack of alternatives, but has no doubts over Miralem Pjanic’s commitment for the rest of the season.

It kicks off on Tuesday at 20.45 UK time (19.45 GMT) at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

“Playing against Genoa is tough for anyone and away fixtures against sides who are battling against relegation are always going to be very difficult in the final weeks of the season.

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