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Lyon: Why Juve didn’t sign Tolisso…

 

 

http://www.football-italia.net/109468/lyon-why-juve-didn’t-sign-tolisso…

 

 

Sep 6, 2017

 

Olympique Lyonnais claim Juventus’ “change in tact” was behind them not signing Corentin Tolisso over the summer.

 

Tolisso was heavily tipped to join Juve during the close-season, but Bayern Munich went on to pay a club-record €41.5m for the midfielder.

 

“Juve have what it takes to match Lyon’s record of seven consecutive League titles,” Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas told Tuttosport.

 

“Us and Juventus are two clubs capable of winning with the right mix of economy and sport.

 

“I’m not worried about losing our record: I’ve always liked Juve and I’d be happy for Andrea Agnelli, but I think this Serie A will be tighter.

 

“Why did Tolisso go to Bayern? The Bianconeri changed tact in the summer.”

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Liverpool: No to Can demands?

 

 

http://www.football-italia.net/109472/liverpool-no-can-demands

 

 

Sep 6, 2017

 

Contract talks between Liverpool and Juventus target Emre Can have reportedly stalled over his demands for a release clause.

 

According to the Daily Star, Liverpool are not prepared to include a clause in any new deal for Can.

 

However, the midfielder’s insistence on its inclusion has led to “a stalemate” in negotiations, which have been “going on for months.”

 

The German has just a year left on his Reds contract and will be freely able to discuss a pre-contract with Juve from January 1 as things stand.

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Serie A trio on Cavani red alert?

 

 

http://www.football-italia.net/110202/serie-trio-cavani-red-alert

 

 

Sep 21, 2017

 

Napoli, Juventus and Inter are all reportedly ready to launch a transfer tug-of-war for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani in January.

 

According to the Daily Mail, the trio are in the race for Cavani, who was involved in a penalty disagreement with Neymar over the weekend.

 

The Uruguayan insisted he take the spot-kick, which he went on to miss, while a later situation saw Dani Alves seemingly refuse to give him the ball, instead handing it over to his former Barcelona teammate.

 

Reports have since suggested the disagreement was so severe that Neymar asked PSG to sell Cavani, who scored 104 goals in three seasons with Napoli between 2010 and 2013.

 

However, a move back to Serie A may be difficult due to Chelsea, Everton, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid also being in the race for the No 9.

 

Furthermore, he turns 31 at the start of next year and is currently earning €120,000 a season after tax in the French capital.

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JUVENTUS RULE OUT JANUARY BID FOR LIVERPOOL'S CAN

 

The Bianconeri were linked to the Germany international in the previous

transfer window but see no reason to go after him at the turn of the year

 

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/juventus-rule-out-january-bid-

for-liverpool-emre-can/ayxfn4mgfl7g1dxrpt95r1yxc

 

 

Oct 2, 2017

 

Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta does not expect the Serie A champions to make a January bid for Liverpool midfielder Emre Can.

The 23-year-old Germany international has been heavily linked with a move to Turin as he has yet to agree to an extension to his contract, which expires at the end of the season.

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Juve eye up Thuram’s son?

 

 

http://www.football-italia.net/110823/juve-eye-thuram’s-son

 

 

Oct 4, 2017

 

Juventus are reportedly eyeing a deal to sign Lilian Thuram’s teenage son, Monaco Under-19 midfielder Khephren.

 

Accoeding to Tuttosport, Juve have “decided to look more closely” at Thuram-Ulien, who was born in Parma – where his father played in 2001.

 

The 16-year-old is a central midfielder, unlike former defender Lilian, but has been likened in playing style to ex-Bianconero Patrick Vieira.

 

Tuttosport adds the Old Lady’s interest in the starlet is ‘high’ and that “something could happen in the coming months.”

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Liverpool midfielder Emre Can: Juventus offer was an 'honour'

 

 

http://www.espnfc.co.uk/story/3224387/liverpool-midfielder-emre-can-juventus-offer-was-an-honour

 

 

Oct 9, 2017

 

Emre Can has told kicker that it was an "honour" to receive an offer from Juventus in the summer but insists he is solely focused on Liverpool this season.

 

Juventus chief executive Beppe Marotta is reported to have said that the Italian champions had an offer for Can, 23, rejected by Liverpool in the recent transfer window.

 

The midfielder's Liverpool contract expires in the summer, with manager Jurgen Klopp admitting in August that the lack of a new deal for the Germany international was "not perfect."

 

Can said: "It's always an honour to receive an offer from such a renowned club, but currently I am only focused on the season with Liverpool. My agent takes care of the rest.

 

"The Premier League is just a really cool league, the most interesting in the world, but you must always respect other big clubs and leagues."

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Emre Can has drawn up Juventus contract

 

 

http://www.juvefc.com/emre-can-drawn-juventus-contract/

 

 

Oct 11, 2017

 

Reports in England suggest that Emre Can has already agreed terms with Juventus and the Bianconeri have already drawn up a contract for the Liverpool midfielder.

 

Juventus were linked with Can for much of the summer has he was identified as a primary target for the club by the Italian media. Juve director Beppe Marotta later confirmed the clubs interest in the German international when he called Can “an excellent player” and declared that the Bianconeri would “stay on the sidelines and watch” as the situation developed.

 

The 23-year-old was courted as a possible long term replace for Sami Khedira who only has a year left on his contract as the Bianconeri make the Champions League their priority for the season, having come so close to wining the trophy earlier this year. However, According to Unibet, the winner of the 2017/18 Champions League is most likely Real Madrid, with Juventus currently holding position number 8.

 

Reports from England today suggest that despite failing to secure Can in the summer, Juve’s interest in the player hasn’t waned and the club are set to make another offer for Can in January transfer window. The Daily Express suggest that the Bianconeri have already prepared a contract for the Liverpool midfielder to sign during the winter break with an eye to a permanent move in June 2018.

 

Can has had a superb start to the season, despite Liverpool’s poor form, providing 2 assists in 5 league games and becoming a key figure in the manager Jurgen Klopp’s 3-man midfield alongside Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum.

 

The midfielder added to the speculation over a possible move to Turin when he called it ‘an honour’ to be linked with a move to Juventus while on international duty with the German national side. He went on to say the Premier League was a “really cool league, the most interesting in the world” but other big leagues and clubs must always be respected.

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Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić will

be Juventus’ top transfer target next summer

 

It’s Tuttosport. It’s the middle of October. It’s an international

break. But dammit, this makes a whole lot of sense.

 

https://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2017/10/12/16462214/sergej

 -milinkovi-savic-lazio-juventus-2017-serie-a-transfer-rumors

 

 

Oct 12, 2017

 

A quick look to the calendar tells us there’s still quite a bit of time before Juventus actually does its first business of the summer of 2018. At least, that’s when they can officially buy and sell players — which is obviously we hope is something that turns into quality being added in droves and nobody of substance leaving once again.

 

Leave it to Tuttosport to start speculating IN OCTOBER as to who Juventus’ 2018 summer mercato will be centered around.

 

According to the Turin-based sports daily, Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić is going to be that guy, with Juventus set on trying to pry the dynamic 22-year-old Serbian away from Claudio Lotito’s hands. And to have Milinković-Savić potentially wear those lovely black and white stripes of ours in the somewhat-near future, the cost of signing him would be a cool €80 million.

 

Let me repeat: EIGHTY MILLION EUROS.

 

Let me check ... yep, that’s a lot of money.

 

Throw out the price tag for a second here because who the heck knows how much it would ACTUALLY cost to sign Milinković-Savić next summer. Do it, because worrying about transfer fees right now is something that I don’t want to see take place.

 

I want to pose you this question: Could this be one of the most logical transfer rumors during an international break that Tuttosport has ever thrown out there?

 

Sure, this is the same Italian daily newspaper that linked Andres Iniesta with a move to Juventus for a decent amount of time this summer and then again not too long before he signed one final contract extension at Barcelona. This is the same paper that has thrown out baseless rumor after baseless and then recycled them time after time because that’s the way Tuttosport rolls.

 

But when it comes to Milinković-Savić, it makes a lot of sense. No, seriously. This is a Tuttosport rumor that makes a whoooooole lot of sense.

So much so that I’m sure there are plenty of folks who were hoping Juventus would have tried to sign Milinković-Savić this past summer.

 

Why?

 

Because Juventus’ midfield isn’t getting any younger, and at 22 years old, Milinković-Savić has only tapped his immense potential. He’s only getting better and will surely be moving onto bigger and brighter things in the next few years, if not sooner.

 

That’s why this Tuttosport rumor actually makes sense. And feel free to think about how many times in the past we’ve been able to say that about a rumor from said newspaper NINE MONTHS before the actual summer transfer window is set to begin.

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‘Milinkovic-Savic happy at Lazio’

 

 

http://www.football-italia.net/111177/‘milinkovic-savic-happy-lazio’

 

 

Oct 12, 2017

 

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s agent denies reports the midfielder could join Juventus - “he’s very happy at Lazio”.

 

The Serbian international is seen as one of Serie A’s top young talents, with reports the Bianconeri are keen to bring him to Turin.

 

“It was enough to see Sergej on the pitch for 10 minutes during a Vojvodina youth team training session to understand his enormous potential,” Mateja Kezman, Milinkovic-Savic’s agent, recalled in an interview with Tuttosport.

 

“Sergej is special, he combines strength, speed and technique. He’s a top talent and he needed a club like Lazio and a Coach like [Simone] Inzaghi who is doing the best and the maximum for him.

 

“Juventus? Sergej is very happy at Lazio, and he renewed his contract not long ago.”

 

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