Futbol italiano: Juventus

Las mejores imágenes de la Juve

<p>L’acquisto di Florenzi è valutato seriamente dalla Juventus che, con Marchisio e Khedira a centrocampo e Lichtsteiner sulla fascia destra non più giovanissimi, è alla ricerca di sostituti all’altezza in previsione della prossima stagione. (Foto Twitter) </p>
Florenzi-Juve: perché si può fare

L’acquisto di Florenzi è valutato seriamente dalla Juventus che, con Marchisio e Khedira a centrocampo e Lichtsteiner sulla fascia destra non più giovanissimi, è alla ricerca di sostituti all’altezza in previsione della prossima stagione. (Foto Twitter)

Sunday&#39;s Derby della Mole clash between Juventus and Torino was marred by serious crowd trouble with footage surfacing of one man being pushed from a 10ft high barricade after skirmishing with a rival fan. The game ended 1-0 to Juventus thanks to a 33rd minute strike from Brazilian full-back Alex Sandro. It was a turgid game of few chances but the vital three points keep Bianconeri just one point behind Serie A leaders Napoli. Torino vs Juventus earlier today  pic.twitter.com/NYqcBv9hIO —...
VIDEO: Juventus Derby Clash With Torino Marred by Violence as Fan Thrown From 10ft Wall
Sunday's Derby della Mole clash between Juventus and Torino was marred by serious crowd trouble with footage surfacing of one man being pushed from a 10ft high barricade after skirmishing with a rival fan. The game ended 1-0 to Juventus thanks to a 33rd minute strike from Brazilian full-back Alex Sandro. It was a turgid game of few chances but the vital three points keep Bianconeri just one point behind Serie A leaders Napoli. Torino vs Juventus earlier today  pic.twitter.com/NYqcBv9hIO —...
Sunday&#39;s Derby della Mole clash between Juventus and Torino was marred by serious crowd trouble with footage surfacing of one man being pushed from a 10ft high barricade after skirmishing with a rival fan. The game ended 1-0 to Juventus thanks to a 33rd minute strike from Brazilian full-back Alex Sandro. It was a turgid game of few chances but the vital three points keep Bianconeri just one point behind Serie A leaders Napoli. Torino vs Juventus earlier today  pic.twitter.com/NYqcBv9hIO —...
VIDEO: Juventus Derby Clash With Torino Marred by Violence as Fan Thrown From 10ft Wall
Sunday's Derby della Mole clash between Juventus and Torino was marred by serious crowd trouble with footage surfacing of one man being pushed from a 10ft high barricade after skirmishing with a rival fan. The game ended 1-0 to Juventus thanks to a 33rd minute strike from Brazilian full-back Alex Sandro. It was a turgid game of few chances but the vital three points keep Bianconeri just one point behind Serie A leaders Napoli. Torino vs Juventus earlier today  pic.twitter.com/NYqcBv9hIO —...
De Vrij has reportedly been targeted by league rivals Juventus and Inter Milan with interest also from English clubs Manchester City and Manchester United.
Serie A: Lazio rescind contract renewal offer to Stefan de Vrij as Juventus, Inter Milan, Manchester City hover
De Vrij has reportedly been targeted by league rivals Juventus and Inter Milan with interest also from English clubs Manchester City and Manchester United.
De Vrij has reportedly been targeted by league rivals Juventus and Inter Milan with interest also from English clubs Manchester City and Manchester United.
Serie A: Lazio rescind contract renewal offer to Stefan de Vrij as Juventus, Inter Milan, Manchester City hover
De Vrij has reportedly been targeted by league rivals Juventus and Inter Milan with interest also from English clubs Manchester City and Manchester United.
Higuain was substituted in the 15th minute of Sunday&#39;s Turin derby, which the defending champions won 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Alex Sandro.
Champions League: Juventus' Gonzalo Higuain expected to be fit to face Tottenham Hotspur in last-16 second leg tie
Higuain was substituted in the 15th minute of Sunday's Turin derby, which the defending champions won 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Alex Sandro.
Higuain was substituted in the 15th minute of Sunday&#39;s Turin derby, which the defending champions won 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Alex Sandro.
Champions League: Juventus' Gonzalo Higuain expected to be fit to face Tottenham Hotspur in last-16 second leg tie
Higuain was substituted in the 15th minute of Sunday's Turin derby, which the defending champions won 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Alex Sandro.
Il post della moglie apre all&#39;addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
Retroscena Marchisio: teme di fare la fine di Pirlo al Milan
Il post della moglie apre all'addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
Il post della moglie apre all&#39;addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
Retroscena Marchisio: teme di fare la fine di Pirlo al Milan
Il post della moglie apre all'addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
Il post della moglie apre all&#39;addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
Retroscena Marchisio: teme di fare la fine di Pirlo al Milan
Il post della moglie apre all'addio tra Marchisio e la Juventus, il centrocampista avrebbe confessato di sentirsi come Pirlo ai tempi del Milan.
<p>La quasi certezza dell’acquisto di Emre Can a giugno e le voci di un interessamento della Juventus nei confronti di altri talentuosi e giovani centrocampisti come Pellegrini e Cristante, potrebbero convincere Marchisio, con dolore, a rinunciare al sogno di chiudere la carriera con la maglia bianconera. (Foto Twitter) </p>
La Juve cerca altri centrocampisti

La quasi certezza dell’acquisto di Emre Can a giugno e le voci di un interessamento della Juventus nei confronti di altri talentuosi e giovani centrocampisti come Pellegrini e Cristante, potrebbero convincere Marchisio, con dolore, a rinunciare al sogno di chiudere la carriera con la maglia bianconera. (Foto Twitter)

<p>Marchisio è uno juventino doc. Nella Juventus ha fatto tutta la trafila, dai pulcini alla prima squadra, arrivando a vincere diversi scudetti e a sfiorare due volte il trionfo in Champions. I tifosi sono molto affezionati al centrocampista, che ha raccolto l’eredità di Alessandro Del Piero come bandiera bianconera. (Foto Twitter) </p>
Bandiera assoluta

Marchisio è uno juventino doc. Nella Juventus ha fatto tutta la trafila, dai pulcini alla prima squadra, arrivando a vincere diversi scudetti e a sfiorare due volte il trionfo in Champions. I tifosi sono molto affezionati al centrocampista, che ha raccolto l’eredità di Alessandro Del Piero come bandiera bianconera. (Foto Twitter)

<p>La scorsa estate, il Milan ha cercato di portare via Marchisio dalla Juventus, ricevendo un rifiuto sia da parte del calciatore che della società. Ora, però, la pazienza del centrocampista bianconero – escluso troppe volte da Allegri – sembra essersi esaurita e l’idea di un possibile addio a fine stagione non sembra più impensabile. (Foto Twitter) </p>
Stufo del poco spazio

La scorsa estate, il Milan ha cercato di portare via Marchisio dalla Juventus, ricevendo un rifiuto sia da parte del calciatore che della società. Ora, però, la pazienza del centrocampista bianconero – escluso troppe volte da Allegri – sembra essersi esaurita e l’idea di un possibile addio a fine stagione non sembra più impensabile. (Foto Twitter)

<p>“La tolleranza arriva fino alla linea del rispetto reciproco, passando quella si trasforma”. Con queste parole, Roberta Sinopoli su Instagram ha manifestato il suo disappunto nei confronti dell’operato di Massimiliano Allegri e della società bianconera dopo l’esclusione del Principino dal match tra Torino e Juventus. (Foto Twitter) </p>
La polemica della moglie

“La tolleranza arriva fino alla linea del rispetto reciproco, passando quella si trasforma”. Con queste parole, Roberta Sinopoli su Instagram ha manifestato il suo disappunto nei confronti dell’operato di Massimiliano Allegri e della società bianconera dopo l’esclusione del Principino dal match tra Torino e Juventus. (Foto Twitter)

<p>Le presenze stagionali di Claudio al momento sono 13, non proprio una cifra invidiabile per un calciatore che è sempre stato molto importante per il centrocampo della Juventus. Il Principino non è ancora al top della condizione o si tratta di una scelta puramente tecnica? Questo non è chiaro. (Foto Twitter) </p>
Solo 13 presenze finora

Le presenze stagionali di Claudio al momento sono 13, non proprio una cifra invidiabile per un calciatore che è sempre stato molto importante per il centrocampo della Juventus. Il Principino non è ancora al top della condizione o si tratta di una scelta puramente tecnica? Questo non è chiaro. (Foto Twitter)

While the core of this Barcelona side has remained constant for a decade now, the club has undergone a revamp under new manager Ernesto Valverde that has brought about incredible results. He hasn&#39;t been able to simply continue the work of Luis Enrique, not least because of crucial personnel changes in the squad, and the success he has had so far should not be underestimated. Top of La Liga, in the Copa del Rey final and one of the favourites to win this season&#39;s Champions League, another historic treble is still on the cards. This is how they have done it. Life after Neymar Ousmane Dembele was brought in as Neymar&#39;s replacement but a serious thigh injury forced an early change of tack. There was nobody else in the squad capable of playing that role, so Valverde switched to a 4-4-2. With one arm gone from the much-feared Messi-Suarez-Neymar trident, the challenge has been creating chances for the two up front when opponents have one less attacker to worry about. Messi and Suarez remain a dangerous duo even without Neymar Credit: Reuters Between them, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have 37 league goals this season; the rest of the squad have 22. They have taken on the extra responsibility, and the team has found a new way to get the most of them. They defend deeper and see less of the ball The game plan has shifted: no longer is this the tiki-taka Barcelona of the Pep Guardiola era, nor is it the MSN-led, attack-heavy team of more recent years. Now Barcelona&#39;s midfield sits deeper. They cede possession more than before, with Barcelona&#39;s average share in league games at its lowest in any of the last 10 seasons, and almost nine per cent down on the peak of 2010/11. Barcelona tactics - Defending deeper Teams are no longer put on “the passing carousel” that Sir Alex Ferguson so memorably referred to, when Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets were almost impossible to dispossess. They still see a lot of the ball, but there is noticeably less emphasis on pressing frantically to win the ball back as quickly as possible and then keep it as long as necessary to grind opponents down. Barcelona are increasingly comfortable out of possession, too. Messi still does the business There has always been a reliance on Messi (which is fair enough), but it is telling that the number of touches he is having has increased on last season despite a significant drop in the team&#39;s overall possession. Barcelona tactics - Messi influence He is playing a more significant role than ever before and when Barcelona get the ball they look to him if at all possible. His touch map from the game against Real Madrid in December shows how much licence he is give to roam, something Chelsea will be desperate to ensure he is not allowed to do tonight. The results are impressive Barcelona are actually facing more shots than in any other recent campaign - 10.58 per match - but the number of shots on target they are facing has not increased, and is just 3.21 per game. Barcelona tactics - Goals scored and conceded Opponents are finding it harder to forge a clear sight of goal against a Barcelona side that are prepared to defend, and they have conceded just 11 goals in 24 league games this season, 15 fewer than Real Madrid. They let in only one goal in six Champions League group stage games, including two clean sheets against Juventus. Although the loss of Neymar has seen a drop in the number of goals they are scoring, it has not meant any less success - a great deal of which is down to that more reliable defence, something they have not always been known for. Barcelona sit seven points clear at the top of La Liga and are adapting excellently to life after Neymar. Chelsea will have their work cut out to stop them.
Chelsea beware: Why this version of Barcelona are so dangerous
While the core of this Barcelona side has remained constant for a decade now, the club has undergone a revamp under new manager Ernesto Valverde that has brought about incredible results. He hasn't been able to simply continue the work of Luis Enrique, not least because of crucial personnel changes in the squad, and the success he has had so far should not be underestimated. Top of La Liga, in the Copa del Rey final and one of the favourites to win this season's Champions League, another historic treble is still on the cards. This is how they have done it. Life after Neymar Ousmane Dembele was brought in as Neymar's replacement but a serious thigh injury forced an early change of tack. There was nobody else in the squad capable of playing that role, so Valverde switched to a 4-4-2. With one arm gone from the much-feared Messi-Suarez-Neymar trident, the challenge has been creating chances for the two up front when opponents have one less attacker to worry about. Messi and Suarez remain a dangerous duo even without Neymar Credit: Reuters Between them, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have 37 league goals this season; the rest of the squad have 22. They have taken on the extra responsibility, and the team has found a new way to get the most of them. They defend deeper and see less of the ball The game plan has shifted: no longer is this the tiki-taka Barcelona of the Pep Guardiola era, nor is it the MSN-led, attack-heavy team of more recent years. Now Barcelona's midfield sits deeper. They cede possession more than before, with Barcelona's average share in league games at its lowest in any of the last 10 seasons, and almost nine per cent down on the peak of 2010/11. Barcelona tactics - Defending deeper Teams are no longer put on “the passing carousel” that Sir Alex Ferguson so memorably referred to, when Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets were almost impossible to dispossess. They still see a lot of the ball, but there is noticeably less emphasis on pressing frantically to win the ball back as quickly as possible and then keep it as long as necessary to grind opponents down. Barcelona are increasingly comfortable out of possession, too. Messi still does the business There has always been a reliance on Messi (which is fair enough), but it is telling that the number of touches he is having has increased on last season despite a significant drop in the team's overall possession. Barcelona tactics - Messi influence He is playing a more significant role than ever before and when Barcelona get the ball they look to him if at all possible. His touch map from the game against Real Madrid in December shows how much licence he is give to roam, something Chelsea will be desperate to ensure he is not allowed to do tonight. The results are impressive Barcelona are actually facing more shots than in any other recent campaign - 10.58 per match - but the number of shots on target they are facing has not increased, and is just 3.21 per game. Barcelona tactics - Goals scored and conceded Opponents are finding it harder to forge a clear sight of goal against a Barcelona side that are prepared to defend, and they have conceded just 11 goals in 24 league games this season, 15 fewer than Real Madrid. They let in only one goal in six Champions League group stage games, including two clean sheets against Juventus. Although the loss of Neymar has seen a drop in the number of goals they are scoring, it has not meant any less success - a great deal of which is down to that more reliable defence, something they have not always been known for. Barcelona sit seven points clear at the top of La Liga and are adapting excellently to life after Neymar. Chelsea will have their work cut out to stop them.
While the core of this Barcelona side has remained constant for a decade now, the club has undergone a revamp under new manager Ernesto Valverde that has brought about incredible results. He hasn&#39;t been able to simply continue the work of Luis Enrique, not least because of crucial personnel changes in the squad, and the success he has had so far should not be underestimated. Top of La Liga, in the Copa del Rey final and one of the favourites to win this season&#39;s Champions League, another historic treble is still on the cards. This is how they have done it. Life after Neymar Ousmane Dembele was brought in as Neymar&#39;s replacement but a serious thigh injury forced an early change of tack. There was nobody else in the squad capable of playing that role, so Valverde switched to a 4-4-2. With one arm gone from the much-feared Messi-Suarez-Neymar trident, the challenge has been creating chances for the two up front when opponents have one less attacker to worry about. Messi and Suarez remain a dangerous duo even without Neymar Credit: Reuters Between them, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have 37 league goals this season; the rest of the squad have 22. They have taken on the extra responsibility, and the team has found a new way to get the most of them. They defend deeper and see less of the ball The game plan has shifted: no longer is this the tiki-taka Barcelona of the Pep Guardiola era, nor is it the MSN-led, attack-heavy team of more recent years. Now Barcelona&#39;s midfield sits deeper. They cede possession more than before, with Barcelona&#39;s average share in league games at its lowest in any of the last 10 seasons, and almost nine per cent down on the peak of 2010/11. Barcelona tactics - Defending deeper Teams are no longer put on “the passing carousel” that Sir Alex Ferguson so memorably referred to, when Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets were almost impossible to dispossess. They still see a lot of the ball, but there is noticeably less emphasis on pressing frantically to win the ball back as quickly as possible and then keep it as long as necessary to grind opponents down. Barcelona are increasingly comfortable out of possession, too. Messi still does the business There has always been a reliance on Messi (which is fair enough), but it is telling that the number of touches he is having has increased on last season despite a significant drop in the team&#39;s overall possession. Barcelona tactics - Messi influence He is playing a more significant role than ever before and when Barcelona get the ball they look to him if at all possible. His touch map from the game against Real Madrid in December shows how much licence he is give to roam, something Chelsea will be desperate to ensure he is not allowed to do tonight. The results are impressive Barcelona are actually facing more shots than in any other recent campaign - 10.58 per match - but the number of shots on target they are facing has not increased, and is just 3.21 per game. Barcelona tactics - Goals scored and conceded Opponents are finding it harder to forge a clear sight of goal against a Barcelona side that are prepared to defend, and they have conceded just 11 goals in 24 league games this season, 15 fewer than Real Madrid. They let in only one goal in six Champions League group stage games, including two clean sheets against Juventus. Although the loss of Neymar has seen a drop in the number of goals they are scoring, it has not meant any less success - a great deal of which is down to that more reliable defence, something they have not always been known for. Barcelona sit seven points clear at the top of La Liga and are adapting excellently to life after Neymar. Chelsea will have their work cut out to stop them.
Chelsea beware: Why this version of Barcelona are so dangerous
While the core of this Barcelona side has remained constant for a decade now, the club has undergone a revamp under new manager Ernesto Valverde that has brought about incredible results. He hasn't been able to simply continue the work of Luis Enrique, not least because of crucial personnel changes in the squad, and the success he has had so far should not be underestimated. Top of La Liga, in the Copa del Rey final and one of the favourites to win this season's Champions League, another historic treble is still on the cards. This is how they have done it. Life after Neymar Ousmane Dembele was brought in as Neymar's replacement but a serious thigh injury forced an early change of tack. There was nobody else in the squad capable of playing that role, so Valverde switched to a 4-4-2. With one arm gone from the much-feared Messi-Suarez-Neymar trident, the challenge has been creating chances for the two up front when opponents have one less attacker to worry about. Messi and Suarez remain a dangerous duo even without Neymar Credit: Reuters Between them, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have 37 league goals this season; the rest of the squad have 22. They have taken on the extra responsibility, and the team has found a new way to get the most of them. They defend deeper and see less of the ball The game plan has shifted: no longer is this the tiki-taka Barcelona of the Pep Guardiola era, nor is it the MSN-led, attack-heavy team of more recent years. Now Barcelona's midfield sits deeper. They cede possession more than before, with Barcelona's average share in league games at its lowest in any of the last 10 seasons, and almost nine per cent down on the peak of 2010/11. Barcelona tactics - Defending deeper Teams are no longer put on “the passing carousel” that Sir Alex Ferguson so memorably referred to, when Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets were almost impossible to dispossess. They still see a lot of the ball, but there is noticeably less emphasis on pressing frantically to win the ball back as quickly as possible and then keep it as long as necessary to grind opponents down. Barcelona are increasingly comfortable out of possession, too. Messi still does the business There has always been a reliance on Messi (which is fair enough), but it is telling that the number of touches he is having has increased on last season despite a significant drop in the team's overall possession. Barcelona tactics - Messi influence He is playing a more significant role than ever before and when Barcelona get the ball they look to him if at all possible. His touch map from the game against Real Madrid in December shows how much licence he is give to roam, something Chelsea will be desperate to ensure he is not allowed to do tonight. The results are impressive Barcelona are actually facing more shots than in any other recent campaign - 10.58 per match - but the number of shots on target they are facing has not increased, and is just 3.21 per game. Barcelona tactics - Goals scored and conceded Opponents are finding it harder to forge a clear sight of goal against a Barcelona side that are prepared to defend, and they have conceded just 11 goals in 24 league games this season, 15 fewer than Real Madrid. They let in only one goal in six Champions League group stage games, including two clean sheets against Juventus. Although the loss of Neymar has seen a drop in the number of goals they are scoring, it has not meant any less success - a great deal of which is down to that more reliable defence, something they have not always been known for. Barcelona sit seven points clear at the top of La Liga and are adapting excellently to life after Neymar. Chelsea will have their work cut out to stop them.
Le statut de remplaçant du milieu commence à faire du bruit. Son avenir est incertain et les parties décideront à la fin de la saison.
Serie A - Á la Juventus, Marchisio n'est plus invulnérable
Le statut de remplaçant du milieu commence à faire du bruit. Son avenir est incertain et les parties décideront à la fin de la saison.
El jugador italiano se plantearía dejar la Juventus si su situación en el equipo no cambia.
Claudio Marchisio podría dejar la Juventus y marchar a la MLS
El jugador italiano se plantearía dejar la Juventus si su situación en el equipo no cambia.
<p>Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit</p>
Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit

Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit

<p>Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit</p>
Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit

Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit

The Italian has struggled with fitness and form and could make the move to America having vowed not to play for another Serie A club
Marchisio could make MLS move as he prepares for Juventus exit
The Italian has struggled with fitness and form and could make the move to America having vowed not to play for another Serie A club
Gelandang Juventus, Claudio Marchisio jarang tampil sejak dibekap cedera.
Istri Gelandang Juventus Semprot Allegri
Gelandang Juventus, Claudio Marchisio jarang tampil sejak dibekap cedera.
Le panchine collezionate da Marchisio iniziano a fare rumore. E sul futuro non c&#39;è nessuna certezza: le parti decideranno a fine stagione.
Calciomercato Juventus, Marchisio non è più incedibile
Le panchine collezionate da Marchisio iniziano a fare rumore. E sul futuro non c'è nessuna certezza: le parti decideranno a fine stagione.
We know. They just drew 2-2 away at Rochdale in the fifth round of the FA Cup. We know. [ MORE: Dele Alli and the diving debate ] But Tottenham Hotspur&#8217;s last 2-2 draw was much more impressive as they went to Juventus and outplayed the reigning Italian champions in the first leg of their
Spurs ‘have capacity’ to win Champions League
We know. They just drew 2-2 away at Rochdale in the fifth round of the FA Cup. We know. [ MORE: Dele Alli and the diving debate ] But Tottenham Hotspur’s last 2-2 draw was much more impressive as they went to Juventus and outplayed the reigning Italian champions in the first leg of their

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