Juventus is one of the clubs looking to sign Antonio Rudiger from Chelsea, but they are facing competition from top European clubs. The German is set to run down his current deal at the European champions and will spark a frenzy for his signature when this campaign end.
Paulo Dybala’s injury against Sampdoria yesterday isn’t as bad as first feared, a tremendous boost to Juventus. The Argentinian left the pitch in tears in the first half after opening the scoring for the Bianconeri in fine fashion.
Barcelona remains keen on adding Matthijs de Ligt to their squad and they are preparing an offer of two players in exchange for the Dutchman. Juve has made him untouchable, but Calciomercato says Barca will offer them Marc Andre Ter Stegen and Memphis Depay in exchange for the former Ajax man.
Juventus will renew the contract of their youth star, Fabio Miretti as they continue their focus on younger players. They have signed the likes of Weston McKennie and Federico Chiesa recently and are now looking to also promote as many players as possible from their academy.
Fabio Capello maintains that Juventus and Inter Milan remain the favourites to win the Scudetto this season, despite their current struggles. The Bianconeri just earned their second league win of the season against Sampdoria yesterday.
Lorenzo Lucca is the new darling of Italian Serie B as the 21-year-old continues to score goals for form. The Pisa forward cannot stop scoring at the moment and netted against Gianluigi Buffon at the weekend to take his tally for the season to 5 goals in 6 league games.
Massimiliano Allegri has played down the importance of Juventus’ match against Chelsea this week. Facing the prospect of being without the injured duo of Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala, the Juve gaffer says the game isn’t decisive.
Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed that Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata will miss Juventus’ match against Chelsea this week. The Bianconeri will host the European champions in the Champions League in midweek and will see this as a significant blow to their chances of winning the game.
Federico Bernardeschi and Alvaro Morata have been rated two of Juve’s underperforming players in their 3-2 win against Sampdoria. Both players were given the chance to help the Bianconeri down their opponents as Massimiliano Allegri rotated his team.
Juventus has been handed an injury blow after Paulo Dybala limped off in the first half of the match against Sampdoria. The Argentinian had opened the scoring for the Bianconeri with a fine strike, but shortly after left the pitch in tears after suffering an injury.
Juventus have claimed all three points at home to Sampdoria this afternoon after holding onto a 3-2 scoreline. The Old Lady started the match brightly, and were attacking in numbers from the off, and we didn’t have to wait that long to break the deadlock.
Juventus have regained their two-goal lead over Sampdoria thanks to Manuel Locatelli’s goal, after some fine work by Dejan Kulusevski. The Old Lady did move 2-0 up after Leo Bonucci put his penalty kick away shortly before half-time, but we were almost instantly pegged back to leave us worrying that another result could get away from us.
Juventus have been pegged back to a one-goal lead just before the break, with Sampdoria‘s Maya Yoshida heading past Mattia Perin. The Old Lady had started the match in fine form, almost gung-ho in their tactics from kick-off and we were treated to an early lead thanks to Paulo Dybala’s strike.
The teams are out for today’s early kick-off between Juventus and Sampdoria in Turin. The Old Lady finally got their first league win of the season in midweek against Spezia, and will be eager to build on that when we play host to the Blucerchiati.
Juventus has plans to reinforce their midfield in the January transfer window and one player who could join them is Axel Witsel. The Bianconeri haven’t started this campaign well and Massimiliano Allegri is keen to ensure they have a fine end to it.
Juventus will allow Aaron Ramsey to return to the Premier League for free in January and this has alerted English clubs, according to The Sun. The Welshman has been on the books of the Bianconeri since 2019, but he has struggled to be a mainstay in the team and could now depart.
Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo last month, Paulo Dybala now has a larger role to play at Juventus. The Argentine is now the De Facto leader of the attack, with the department being consisted of younger players – the likes of Federico Chiesa, Moise Kean and Dejan Kulusevski.
Even though Max Allegri is yet to find his ideal starting eleven, we’re beginning to see a certain pattern in the last few matches. Juventus have adopted a hybrid 4-4-2 formation, with only one natural winger (who’s usually either Federico Chiesa or Juan Cuadrado on the the right flank).
Juventus declared via a statement released Friday that they lost €209.9 million due to hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and also that the Super League that still includes Juve, Real Madrid and Barcelona remains valid.