Juventus

  • Morata to make Juventus return? 'Let's s...

    Alvaro Morata has done little to curb the speculation suggesting he could be heading out of Chelsea, with the Spaniard saying “let’s see” when quizzed on talk of a possible return to Juventus. The 25-year-old striker has spent just one season at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues b...

    Morata to make Juventus return? 'Let's see', says Chelsea striker

    Alvaro Morata has done little to curb the speculation suggesting he could be heading out of Chelsea, with the Spaniard saying “let’s see” when quizzed on talk of a possible return to Juventus. The 25-year-old striker has spent just one season at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues breaking their transfer record to acquire him from Real Madrid in the summer of 2017. A switch to England was intended to provide Morata with the regular minutes he needs in order to show his true colours and prove himself as an elite frontman. He was, however, to endure a testing 2017-18 campaign which ended in him slipping behind Olivier Giroud in the pecking order at Chelsea and being left out of Spain’s squad for World Cup 2018. Speculation has built steadily around his struggles in west London, with a second stint at Serie A champions Juventus being mooted for a man who spent two years in Turin between 2014 and 2016. Morata is currently in Italy during his summer break and refused to rule anything out when quizzed on the mounting transfer talk, with Tuttosport reporting him as saying: “Juve? Let's see; for now I do not know anything about my future.” The Blues forward, who has previously been pictured in Milan with Juve’s sporting director Fabio Paratici, claims to be back in Italy “to attend a birthday party”. He is, however, aware of the rumours surrounding his future, with La Liga giants Atletico Madrid considered to be another possible landing spot for him this summer. Morata added: “Chelsea or Atletico? At this moment I am thinking only of holidays.”   ...

  • 'Anything can happen' - Higuain offered ...

    Juventus will be addressing the issue of Gonzalo Higuain’s future once he returns from World Cup duty, claims club director John Elkann. The Argentine has remained a prolific presence throughout his time in Turin, scoring 55 goals for the club since his €90 million (£79m/$105m) ...

    'Anything can happen' - Higuain offered no Juventus guarantees

    Juventus will be addressing the issue of Gonzalo Higuain’s future once he returns from World Cup duty, claims club director John Elkann. The Argentine has remained a prolific presence throughout his time in Turin, scoring 55 goals for the club since his €90 million (£79m/$105m) arrival. Questions have, however, been asked of his ongoing presence at the Serie A champions as Juve contemplate freshening up their ageing squad. Elkann has done little to curb the rumours by revealing that further talks will be held regarding the 30-year-old frontman after he has spearheaded Argentina’s quest for global glory this summer. He told reporters on the Higuain speculation: "It’s very difficult to judge the transfer market in a World Cup year. "Anything can happen. We’ll see after the World Cup, but there’s not much I can say now." Elkann’s comments come in the wake of similar remarks made by Juve vice-president Pavel Nedved. He has also revealed that discussions will be held with Higuain and club officials once the experienced striker returns from international duty. "We're not worried, Higuain is one of our players and he's under contract, we'll see after the World Cup,” he told Sky Sport Italia. Higuain is under contract until 2021 and he contributed another 23 goals to the Juve cause across all competitions in 2017-18, with those efforts enough to earn him a second Serie A and Coppa Italia double with the club.

  • Kovacic joins Ronaldo and Bale in Real M...

    Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic has offered no guarantees over his future with the European champions, stating that he intends to "play more" next season. Kovacic, 24, made 36 appearances for Madrid in 2017-18, but started just 10 of his 21 La Liga games. The Croatia inter...

    Kovacic joins Ronaldo and Bale in Real Madrid exit hint as he vows to 'play more' next season

    Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic has offered no guarantees over his future with the European champions, stating that he intends to "play more" next season. Kovacic, 24, made 36 appearances for Madrid in 2017-18, but started just 10 of his 21 La Liga games. The Croatia international has been linked with moves to the likes of Manchester United, Juventus and Tottenham. While his agent dismissed exit rumours ahead of the summer transfer window, Kovacic has joined the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale in suggesting that his future could lie away from the Santiago Bernabeu. "I believe I'll play more, whether in Real or somewhere else," he told reporters on Friday. "Now is the time for me to play. "Offers? I am under contract with Real and I wish not to comment on other clubs." Kovacic arrived at Madrid in 2015 after two-and-a-half seasons with Serie A giants Inter. He has won three Champions League titles and a Liga crown at Madrid, who are searching for a new head coach after Zinedine Zidane's shock departure. Kovacic admitted the Frenchman's exit came as a surprise, but he praised the 45-year-old. "His resignation surprised us, we didn't see it coming, but it was his choice," he said. "He went as a gentleman as a player, now again as a coach. Maybe someone in the locker room knew about it but I didn't. It was a shock. "Now we wish him all the luck and now let's see if he can achieve this with someone else."

  • African All Stars Transfer News & Ru...

    Liverpool plot Moses Simon move Liverpool are planning to stengthen their attacking options by signing £10m-rated Gent winger Moses Simon, Goal understands. The Nigeria international who will be out of contract next summer, has attracted scouts from the Anfield outfit and h...

    African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Liverpool plot Moses Simon move

    Liverpool plot Moses Simon move Liverpool are planning to stengthen their attacking options by signing £10m-rated Gent winger Moses Simon, Goal understands. The Nigeria international who will be out of contract next summer, has attracted scouts from the Anfield outfit and has been tipped as replacement for Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane. Read the full story on Goal! Emmanuel Boateng targets Barcelona or Man United deal Levante forward Emmanuel Boateng has expressed his desire to play for Barcelona or Manchester United in the next five years. The 22-year-old enjoyed a breakthrough debut season in the Spanish top-flight with six goals in 25 league appearance for the Estadi Ciutat de Valencia outfit. After capping the 2017-18 campaign with a hat-trick that ended Barcelona's unbeaten run in May, the Ghana international has set his targets for the future. Read the full story on Goal! Benatia mutes transfer speculations Juventus defender has dismissed transfer reports linking him with top European clubs including Arsenal, Marseille, Borussia Dortmund. The 31-year-old who is contracted to the Allianz Stadium outfit until 2020 stated that he is ready to respect the remaining two years in his deal. Read the full story on Goal! Roma show interest in Brahimi Roma are reportedly interested in signing Yacine Brahimi from Porto, according to Sky Sport Italia . The Giallorossi are piling pressure on the Portuguese champions for the services of the 28-year-old who scored 12 goals in 48 matches last season. AEK Athens set to sign Wilfried Bony Greek champions AEK Athens are keen on signing Swansea City forward Wilfried Bony this summer, according to OnSport . The Yellow-Blacks are interested in bolstering their front line with the 29-year-old following the departure of Sergio Araujo to Las Palmas after his loan spell. Bony returned to Swansea City last summer on a two-year deal from Manchester City but a serious knee injury in February cut short his campaign to 19 appearances with three goals. Newcastle United to sell Henri Saivet Newcastle United are willing to offload Senegal international Henri Saivet this summer in an attempt to cut the club's wage budget, Chronicle Live claims. The 27-year-old made just one league appearance for Rafa Benitez's side last season before joining Sivasspor on loan for the second half of the 2017-18 campaign. Saivet has attracted loan deals from Sivasspor and Bursaspor but the Magpies looking for a permanent offer. Roma make offer for Hakim Ziyech Roma have tabled their first official bid for Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech, De Telegraph reports. The Serie A club are eager to complete the signing of the 25-year-old from the Amsterdam Arena without wasting time. It is reported that the Morocco international has agreed a five-year deal that will worth over €30 million, three times his transfer fee from FC Twente in 2016. Sadio Mane agreed Real Madrid deal Liverpool star Sadio Mane was set to join Real Madrid before Zinedine Zidane's departure, France Football  reports. The Blancos had reportedly agreed personal terms with the Senegal international before the French tactician left the helm less than a week after their third successive Uefa Champions League triumph. Mane, scorer of 20 goals in 44 games last season, was close to joining the Spanish La Liga giants from the Merseyside outfit even though there was no agreement between both clubs. Galatasaray want Ahmed Musa and Trezeguet Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa and Anderlecht forward Trezeguet are top transfer targets for the 2017-18 Turkish Super Lig champions Galatasaray, according to BeIN Sports . The Lions are interested in the African duo as they prepare for Uefa Champions League football next season. Trezeguet was on loan at Kasimpasa last term where he scored 13 goals in 31 league matches while Musa impressed during his temporary stay at CSKA Moscow with seven goals in 16 appearances. Gerrard to raid Liverpool for Ovie Ejaria Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is ready to bring Ovie Ejaria from Liverpool to his Scottish Premier League team, The Scottish Sun reports. The former Reds captain is keen on bringing the Anglo-Nigerian to the Ibrox Stadium as his side prepare for Uefa Europa League action. Ejaria was on loan at Sunderland last campaign where he scored a goal in 11 league games in an underwhelming season that saw the Black Stars relegated League One. Stoke City chase Wolves' new signing Afobe Stoke City are prepared to sign Benik Afobe from Wolverhampton Wanderers, barely three days after his permanent move from AFC Bournemouth, according to The Sun . Wolves completed the signing of Afobe on a £12.5million deal from the Vitality Stadium outfit after his successful loan spell in the second half of the season where he bagged six goals in 10 appearances. However, the Potters are prepared to cash in on the DR Congo international this summer as Gary Rowett's side aim for an immediate return to the English Premier League. Dortmund join race for Medhi Benatia German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund are reportedly interested in signing Juventus Medhi Benatia, Gazzetta dello Sport claims. The 31-year-old has attracted interests from top European clubs this summer including Arsenal, Marseille and the Westfalenstadion outfit are set to bring the former Bayern Munich defender back to Germany as a replacement for Arsenal-linked Sokratis Papastathopoulos.  Huddersfield Town linked with Yassine Benzia Huddersfield Town are reportedly preparing an offer for Lille's midfielder Yassine Benzia this summer, according to L'Equipe . The former Lyon youngster has caught the eye of Terriers boss David Wagner and he could follow in the footsteps of his compatriots - Islam Slimani and Riyad Mahrez, by playing in the English top-flight. Ramadan Sobhi close to Huddersfield Town move Stoke City winger Ramadan Sobhi has undergone a medical test at Huddersfield Town,  the Egyptian FA  confirmed. The 21-year-old was granted permission from the Pharaohs' training camp in Italy to travel to England on Saturday. He is expected to return to the team the same day. Sobhi scored three goals in 27 appearances for the Potters who were relegated to the Championship at the end of the 2017-18 season. Benfica to make offer for Hakim Ziyech Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech has emerged as a top transfer target for Benfica this summer,according to  Correio da Manha . The Eagles join top European clubs including Liverpool and Roma in showing interest for the Morocco international's services. The 25-year-old who still has three years to run on his contract, has indicated his desire to leave the Amsterdam Arena this summer. Fenerbahce interested in Islam Slimani Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce are interested in signing Leicester City forward Islam Slimani, according to  Sporx . The 29-year-old endured an underwhelming loan spell at Newcastle United in the second half of the 2017-18 season with just four league appearances. A move to the Aykut Kocaman's side could help the Algeria international to reignite his career after arriving at the King Power Stadium on a club-record fee in August 2016.

  • Arsenal plot move for Juventus defender ...

    Arsenal have been linked with a move for Juventus defender Medhi Benatia this summer. Le10Sport claims that newly-appointed Arsenal manager Unai Emery could bring the Morocco international to the Emirates Stadium after the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Following the retirement of Per Me...

    Arsenal plot move for Juventus defender Medhi Benatia

    Arsenal have been linked with a move for Juventus defender Medhi Benatia this summer. Le10Sport claims that newly-appointed Arsenal manager Unai Emery could bring the Morocco international to the Emirates Stadium after the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Following the retirement of Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny's injury crisis, Benatia has been tipped as the potential candidate to strengthen the Gunners' defence. The centre-back joined the Old Lady from Bayern Munich on a permanent transfer last summer after impressing during his temporary stay in the 2016-17 campaign. The 31-year-old has also attracted interest from Marseille as Juventus look to replace their ageing defensive trio including Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli this summer.

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