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Calciomercato Juventus: le ultime notizie

Tutte le ultime notizie e gli aggiornamenti sul calciomercato di gennaio della Juventus.

Mercato: la Juventus et l'épineux cas de la promesse nord-coréenne Han Kwang-song

Jeune ailier international nord-coréen, Han Kwang-Song se révèle en deuxième division italienne, au point d'être courtisé par la Juventus. La nationalité du joueur de 19 ans pose problème en raison du contexte politique tendu.

Mercato: la Juventus et l'épineux cas de la promesse nord-coréenne Han Kwang-song

Jeune ailier international nord-coréen, Han Kwang-Song se révèle en deuxième division italienne, au point d'être courtisé par la Juventus. La nationalité du joueur de 19 ans pose problème en raison du contexte politique tendu.

Calciomercato Juventus, il rinnovo di Alex Sandro resta in standby

Il futuro del brasiliano, legato ai bianconeri fino al 2020, resta in bilico: rinnovo, al momento, in standby. Ma la Juventus spera nel lieto fine.

Cesc Fabregas struggling for Carabao Cup semi-final return leg as Chelsea seek transfer reinforcements

Cesc Fabregas is facing a race against time to be fit for Chelsea’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Arsenal next week. Head coach Antonio Conte revealed Fabregas had suffered a slight hamstring injury in training on Tuesday and Chelsea medics fear the midfielder could be out for up to 10 days. That would rule Fabregas out of the trip to the Emirates with a place in the Carabao Cup final up for grabs, following last week’s goalless draw at Stamford Bridge. Fabregas was substituted in the 58th minute of the draw with Leicester City, with Conte claiming the Spaniard and Eden Hazard were “very tired.” Without Fabregas, Chelsea could not break down 10-man Leicester and losing the 30-year-old for any amount of time would be a big blow to Conte whose team have struggled to hit the back of the net lately. Before the FA Cup third-round replay against Norwich City, Chelsea had failed to score for three successive games and Conte has insisted he needs more goals from all over the pitch. Conte had hoped to hand Ross Barkley a Chelsea debut from the substitutes’ bench against Norwich City, but found out three days before the game that the midfielder was ineligible because he had signed too late before the original tie. Chelsea have organised a training ground friendly for Barkley this week and the 24-year-old may have to be fast-tracked into Conte’s Premier League and Carabao Cup squads if Fabregas is absent. Ross Barkley is having to wait to make his Chelsea debut Credit: getty images The Blues face Brighton on Saturday before travelling to Arsenal and Conte cannot afford for his squad, which is already stretched, to be hit by key injuries. While Conte plans how to get Chelsea through such a busy schedule, the club have stepped up their efforts to boost his squad with a new striker a priority. Conte favours a move for Andy Carroll over the other target men who have been offered to Chelsea in recent weeks. Crystal Palace’s Christian Benteke and Red Star Belgrade’s Richmond Boakye, both of whom Conte admires, have been put to Chelsea, and may yet move up the club’s list. But it is Carroll who Conte believes would best fit his short-term needs to provide a different option to Alvaro Morata. He wanted to sign Fernando Llorente, who was a team-mate of Morata at Juventus, in the summer and sees Carroll as a similar player. West Ham United have made it clear they do not want to sanction a loan move for Carroll, which would be Chelsea’s preference, but they would listen to a bid in the region of £20m. Chelsea are unlikely to match that valuation for a player with Carroll’s injury record, who has 18 months remaining on his contract, but there is optimism that there could be room for negotiation. Is Andy Carroll the man for Chelsea? Credit: pa Carroll is understood to be keen to join Chelsea and have the chance of playing in the Champions League, and that could be key to any potential agreement. West Ham would like to take Michy Batshuayi on loan as part of any deal for Carroll, but the Belgian is keen on joining Sevilla for the rest of the season and has emerged as a possible target of Borussia Dortmund. The prospect of Chelsea signing Carroll has not been received well by a section of the club’s fans, but the 29-year-old is three years younger than Llorente and has scored as many goals (two) as the Spaniard in six fewer appearances this season. Other than strikers, Chelsea are looking at left-sided players who could help ease the burden on Marcos Alonso. Alex Sandro is Conte’s top choice and Juventus are still demanding around £60m to sell him this month, although that figure could drop in the summer. January 2018 transfer window That has forced Chelsea to consider other options, the latest of which is Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri who has only recently recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament he sustained in May last year. Roma are likely to cash in on at least one player this month and the Serie A club value Palmieri between £22m and £26m, but Chelsea initially want to take the 23-year-old on loan. Chelsea and Roma enjoy a good relationship, having done business over central defender Antonio Rudiger during last summer’s transfer window. Other than preparing this week’s friendly to help Barkley reach full fitness, Chelsea could use it to help Charly Musonda get match ready ahead of a loan move away. Fiorentina are the latest club to an express an interest, although Chelsea would rather Musonda remains in England.

Cesc Fabregas struggling for Carabao Cup semi-final return leg as Chelsea seek transfer reinforcements

Cesc Fabregas is facing a race against time to be fit for Chelsea’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Arsenal next week. Head coach Antonio Conte revealed Fabregas had suffered a slight hamstring injury in training on Tuesday and Chelsea medics fear the midfielder could be out for up to 10 days. That would rule Fabregas out of the trip to the Emirates with a place in the Carabao Cup final up for grabs, following last week’s goalless draw at Stamford Bridge. Fabregas was substituted in the 58th minute of the draw with Leicester City, with Conte claiming the Spaniard and Eden Hazard were “very tired.” Without Fabregas, Chelsea could not break down 10-man Leicester and losing the 30-year-old for any amount of time would be a big blow to Conte whose team have struggled to hit the back of the net lately. Before the FA Cup third-round replay against Norwich City, Chelsea had failed to score for three successive games and Conte has insisted he needs more goals from all over the pitch. Conte had hoped to hand Ross Barkley a Chelsea debut from the substitutes’ bench against Norwich City, but found out three days before the game that the midfielder was ineligible because he had signed too late before the original tie. Chelsea have organised a training ground friendly for Barkley this week and the 24-year-old may have to be fast-tracked into Conte’s Premier League and Carabao Cup squads if Fabregas is absent. Ross Barkley is having to wait to make his Chelsea debut Credit: getty images The Blues face Brighton on Saturday before travelling to Arsenal and Conte cannot afford for his squad, which is already stretched, to be hit by key injuries. While Conte plans how to get Chelsea through such a busy schedule, the club have stepped up their efforts to boost his squad with a new striker a priority. Conte favours a move for Andy Carroll over the other target men who have been offered to Chelsea in recent weeks. Crystal Palace’s Christian Benteke and Red Star Belgrade’s Richmond Boakye, both of whom Conte admires, have been put to Chelsea, and may yet move up the club’s list. But it is Carroll who Conte believes would best fit his short-term needs to provide a different option to Alvaro Morata. He wanted to sign Fernando Llorente, who was a team-mate of Morata at Juventus, in the summer and sees Carroll as a similar player. West Ham United have made it clear they do not want to sanction a loan move for Carroll, which would be Chelsea’s preference, but they would listen to a bid in the region of £20m. Chelsea are unlikely to match that valuation for a player with Carroll’s injury record, who has 18 months remaining on his contract, but there is optimism that there could be room for negotiation. Is Andy Carroll the man for Chelsea? Credit: pa Carroll is understood to be keen to join Chelsea and have the chance of playing in the Champions League, and that could be key to any potential agreement. West Ham would like to take Michy Batshuayi on loan as part of any deal for Carroll, but the Belgian is keen on joining Sevilla for the rest of the season and has emerged as a possible target of Borussia Dortmund. The prospect of Chelsea signing Carroll has not been received well by a section of the club’s fans, but the 29-year-old is three years younger than Llorente and has scored as many goals (two) as the Spaniard in six fewer appearances this season. Other than strikers, Chelsea are looking at left-sided players who could help ease the burden on Marcos Alonso. Alex Sandro is Conte’s top choice and Juventus are still demanding around £60m to sell him this month, although that figure could drop in the summer. January 2018 transfer window That has forced Chelsea to consider other options, the latest of which is Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri who has only recently recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament he sustained in May last year. Roma are likely to cash in on at least one player this month and the Serie A club value Palmieri between £22m and £26m, but Chelsea initially want to take the 23-year-old on loan. Chelsea and Roma enjoy a good relationship, having done business over central defender Antonio Rudiger during last summer’s transfer window. Other than preparing this week’s friendly to help Barkley reach full fitness, Chelsea could use it to help Charly Musonda get match ready ahead of a loan move away. Fiorentina are the latest club to an express an interest, although Chelsea would rather Musonda remains in England.

Cesc Fabregas struggling for Carabao Cup semi-final return leg as Chelsea seek transfer reinforcements

Cesc Fabregas is facing a race against time to be fit for Chelsea’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Arsenal next week. Head coach Antonio Conte revealed Fabregas had suffered a slight hamstring injury in training on Tuesday and Chelsea medics fear the midfielder could be out for up to 10 days. That would rule Fabregas out of the trip to the Emirates with a place in the Carabao Cup final up for grabs, following last week’s goalless draw at Stamford Bridge. Fabregas was substituted in the 58th minute of the draw with Leicester City, with Conte claiming the Spaniard and Eden Hazard were “very tired.” Without Fabregas, Chelsea could not break down 10-man Leicester and losing the 30-year-old for any amount of time would be a big blow to Conte whose team have struggled to hit the back of the net lately. Before the FA Cup third-round replay against Norwich City, Chelsea had failed to score for three successive games and Conte has insisted he needs more goals from all over the pitch. Conte had hoped to hand Ross Barkley a Chelsea debut from the substitutes’ bench against Norwich City, but found out three days before the game that the midfielder was ineligible because he had signed too late before the original tie. Chelsea have organised a training ground friendly for Barkley this week and the 24-year-old may have to be fast-tracked into Conte’s Premier League and Carabao Cup squads if Fabregas is absent. Ross Barkley is having to wait to make his Chelsea debut Credit: getty images The Blues face Brighton on Saturday before travelling to Arsenal and Conte cannot afford for his squad, which is already stretched, to be hit by key injuries. While Conte plans how to get Chelsea through such a busy schedule, the club have stepped up their efforts to boost his squad with a new striker a priority. Conte favours a move for Andy Carroll over the other target men who have been offered to Chelsea in recent weeks. Crystal Palace’s Christian Benteke and Red Star Belgrade’s Richmond Boakye, both of whom Conte admires, have been put to Chelsea, and may yet move up the club’s list. But it is Carroll who Conte believes would best fit his short-term needs to provide a different option to Alvaro Morata. He wanted to sign Fernando Llorente, who was a team-mate of Morata at Juventus, in the summer and sees Carroll as a similar player. West Ham United have made it clear they do not want to sanction a loan move for Carroll, which would be Chelsea’s preference, but they would listen to a bid in the region of £20m. Chelsea are unlikely to match that valuation for a player with Carroll’s injury record, who has 18 months remaining on his contract, but there is optimism that there could be room for negotiation. Is Andy Carroll the man for Chelsea? Credit: pa Carroll is understood to be keen to join Chelsea and have the chance of playing in the Champions League, and that could be key to any potential agreement. West Ham would like to take Michy Batshuayi on loan as part of any deal for Carroll, but the Belgian is keen on joining Sevilla for the rest of the season and has emerged as a possible target of Borussia Dortmund. The prospect of Chelsea signing Carroll has not been received well by a section of the club’s fans, but the 29-year-old is three years younger than Llorente and has scored as many goals (two) as the Spaniard in six fewer appearances this season. Other than strikers, Chelsea are looking at left-sided players who could help ease the burden on Marcos Alonso. Alex Sandro is Conte’s top choice and Juventus are still demanding around £60m to sell him this month, although that figure could drop in the summer. January 2018 transfer window That has forced Chelsea to consider other options, the latest of which is Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri who has only recently recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament he sustained in May last year. Roma are likely to cash in on at least one player this month and the Serie A club value Palmieri between £22m and £26m, but Chelsea initially want to take the 23-year-old on loan. Chelsea and Roma enjoy a good relationship, having done business over central defender Antonio Rudiger during last summer’s transfer window. Other than preparing this week’s friendly to help Barkley reach full fitness, Chelsea could use it to help Charly Musonda get match ready ahead of a loan move away. Fiorentina are the latest club to an express an interest, although Chelsea would rather Musonda remains in England.

Calciomercato Juventus: le ultime notizie

Tutte le ultime notizie e gli aggiornamenti sul calciomercato di gennaio della Juventus.

Calciomercato Juventus: le ultime notizie

Tutte le ultime notizie e gli aggiornamenti sul calciomercato di gennaio della Juventus.

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

The 19-year-old striker has impressed while on loan at Perugia and has already attracted interest from clubs across Europe

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

The 19-year-old striker has impressed while on loan at Perugia and has already attracted interest from clubs across Europe

Juventus a dream but Han Kwang-song open to Premier League move - agent

The 19-year-old striker has impressed while on loan at Perugia and has already attracted interest from clubs across Europe

Juventus, si allungano i tempi per Howedes: in campo tra fine febbraio e inizio marzo

Benedikt Howedes, out per una lesione al retto femorale, non tornerà in campo prima di fine febbraio-inizio marzo: la Juventus pensa però al riscatto.

Carlos Tevez's Chinese 'holiday': not the first footballer to regret lucrative move to far-flung league

Who could possibly have foreseen it? It turns out Carlos Tevez wasn't in China for the quality of the football after all. The former Manchester United and City forward left Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua earlier this month, rejoining Boca Juniors for the third time in his career and ending his stint as the highest paid player in the world, having been lavished with a salary in excess of £600,000-a-week. How did he celebrate the end of his gruelling 12-month stint in Shanghai that saw him make all of 16 appearances and score a grand total of four goals? By describing it as a "holiday". It was not always this way. Cast your mind back to December 2016 and Tevez - like so many who chose to follow the riches on offer before him - was reeling off platitudes on his arrival in China. "I want to thank you for the welcome," he said. "My family, siblings and friends are very happy, it was a very nice reception. "I am very happy to be in Shanghai, to be able to demonstrate my football and do my best for the club. "I appreciate the welcome, for my family and for me. It's a love that I haven't won yet, and I'd like to win it on the pitch. "I know the CSL is getting tougher and tougher year after year, and this year will be extremely intense." The realities of playing a poor version of football in an unfamiliar foreign land soon kicked in, with Tevez unhappy from the outset... Exhibit one: "I have gained in terms of family life but not from a football standpoint." Exhibit two: "In South America and Europe, players learn to play football when they're kids, but not here. So technically they are not very good." Exhibit three: "Their football is very different. The fans treat it very differently as well. And I don't think they are going to get to the same heights, not even in 50 years." Then, having earned more than £30million for scoring four goals, he concluded his ordeal by sticking the boot in on his return to Argentina. "When I landed in China, I wanted to return to Boca," he said. "It's fine for the Shanghai coach and president to criticise me, I didn't know what I was doing there. I was on holiday for seven months." In news that will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Tevez is not the first footballer to have an epiphany that life in China is not all it cracked up to be. Five years before the Argentina international headed east, the Chelsea pair of Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba forged a near identical path, with near identical results. Nicolas Anelka was unhappy with his treatment in Shanghai Credit: afp Anelka was the first to move to Shanghai Shenhua, proudly proclaiming: "I’ve always had fond feelings about Asia. I have been obsessed with the local cultures during my previous trips to the likes of Korea Republic, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau. So I jumped at the chance when Shanghai came to me with an offer." He also stated: "I do know that Asian football in general is of a good standard and I’m looking forward to experiencing it first hand." The inevitable troubles arrived almost immediately. The France striker was appointed player-coach when Jean Tigana was fired as manager, only to then react furiously when the club announced Sergio Batista at the helm. "If there is still no one to support me and [the club] continue to play little tricks behind my back... then I will quickly decide whether or not to retire," said Anelka. He lasted a total of one year in China, scoring three goals in 22 appearances before departing on loan to Juventus and and proclaiming: "It's nice to get back to a big club." Didier Drogba lasted just six months in China Credit: afp Upon arriving in Shanghai six months after his former Chelsea team-mate, Drogba insisted: "This is not a golden exile. It's a career choice. I assume it perfectly. And I know I can bring something to my new club. "It would have been easier for me to stay in Europe, but I chose China. Money is not the most important [factor]. I am here for a whole new experience." Although more successful - scoring eight goals in 11 appearances - Drogba lasted even less time than Anelka, desperately seeking an escape route after a wage disagreement a couple of months into his stint, before heading to Galatasaray on loan just two months later. "I am looking forward to playing in the Champions League again, against the best clubs in Europe," he said. Nice money-making holiday, though.

Carlos Tevez's Chinese 'holiday': not the first footballer to regret lucrative move to far-flung league

Who could possibly have foreseen it? It turns out Carlos Tevez wasn't in China for the quality of the football after all. The former Manchester United and City forward left Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua earlier this month, rejoining Boca Juniors for the third time in his career and ending his stint as the highest paid player in the world, having been lavished with a salary in excess of £600,000-a-week. How did he celebrate the end of his gruelling 12-month stint in Shanghai that saw him make all of 16 appearances and score a grand total of four goals? By describing it as a "holiday". It was not always this way. Cast your mind back to December 2016 and Tevez - like so many who chose to follow the riches on offer before him - was reeling off platitudes on his arrival in China. "I want to thank you for the welcome," he said. "My family, siblings and friends are very happy, it was a very nice reception. "I am very happy to be in Shanghai, to be able to demonstrate my football and do my best for the club. "I appreciate the welcome, for my family and for me. It's a love that I haven't won yet, and I'd like to win it on the pitch. "I know the CSL is getting tougher and tougher year after year, and this year will be extremely intense." The realities of playing a poor version of football in an unfamiliar foreign land soon kicked in, with Tevez unhappy from the outset... Exhibit one: "I have gained in terms of family life but not from a football standpoint." Exhibit two: "In South America and Europe, players learn to play football when they're kids, but not here. So technically they are not very good." Exhibit three: "Their football is very different. The fans treat it very differently as well. And I don't think they are going to get to the same heights, not even in 50 years." Then, having earned more than £30million for scoring four goals, he concluded his ordeal by sticking the boot in on his return to Argentina. "When I landed in China, I wanted to return to Boca," he said. "It's fine for the Shanghai coach and president to criticise me, I didn't know what I was doing there. I was on holiday for seven months." In news that will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Tevez is not the first footballer to have an epiphany that life in China is not all it cracked up to be. Five years before the Argentina international headed east, the Chelsea pair of Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba forged a near identical path, with near identical results. Nicolas Anelka was unhappy with his treatment in Shanghai Credit: afp Anelka was the first to move to Shanghai Shenhua, proudly proclaiming: "I’ve always had fond feelings about Asia. I have been obsessed with the local cultures during my previous trips to the likes of Korea Republic, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau. So I jumped at the chance when Shanghai came to me with an offer." He also stated: "I do know that Asian football in general is of a good standard and I’m looking forward to experiencing it first hand." The inevitable troubles arrived almost immediately. The France striker was appointed player-coach when Jean Tigana was fired as manager, only to then react furiously when the club announced Sergio Batista at the helm. "If there is still no one to support me and [the club] continue to play little tricks behind my back... then I will quickly decide whether or not to retire," said Anelka. He lasted a total of one year in China, scoring three goals in 22 appearances before departing on loan to Juventus and and proclaiming: "It's nice to get back to a big club." Didier Drogba lasted just six months in China Credit: afp Upon arriving in Shanghai six months after his former Chelsea team-mate, Drogba insisted: "This is not a golden exile. It's a career choice. I assume it perfectly. And I know I can bring something to my new club. "It would have been easier for me to stay in Europe, but I chose China. Money is not the most important [factor]. I am here for a whole new experience." Although more successful - scoring eight goals in 11 appearances - Drogba lasted even less time than Anelka, desperately seeking an escape route after a wage disagreement a couple of months into his stint, before heading to Galatasaray on loan just two months later. "I am looking forward to playing in the Champions League again, against the best clubs in Europe," he said. Nice money-making holiday, though.

Carlos Tevez's Chinese 'holiday': not the first footballer to regret lucrative move to far-flung league

Who could possibly have foreseen it? It turns out Carlos Tevez wasn't in China for the quality of the football after all. The former Manchester United and City forward left Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua earlier this month, rejoining Boca Juniors for the third time in his career and ending his stint as the highest paid player in the world, having been lavished with a salary in excess of £600,000-a-week. How did he celebrate the end of his gruelling 12-month stint in Shanghai that saw him make all of 16 appearances and score a grand total of four goals? By describing it as a "holiday". It was not always this way. Cast your mind back to December 2016 and Tevez - like so many who chose to follow the riches on offer before him - was reeling off platitudes on his arrival in China. "I want to thank you for the welcome," he said. "My family, siblings and friends are very happy, it was a very nice reception. "I am very happy to be in Shanghai, to be able to demonstrate my football and do my best for the club. "I appreciate the welcome, for my family and for me. It's a love that I haven't won yet, and I'd like to win it on the pitch. "I know the CSL is getting tougher and tougher year after year, and this year will be extremely intense." The realities of playing a poor version of football in an unfamiliar foreign land soon kicked in, with Tevez unhappy from the outset... Exhibit one: "I have gained in terms of family life but not from a football standpoint." Exhibit two: "In South America and Europe, players learn to play football when they're kids, but not here. So technically they are not very good." Exhibit three: "Their football is very different. The fans treat it very differently as well. And I don't think they are going to get to the same heights, not even in 50 years." Then, having earned more than £30million for scoring four goals, he concluded his ordeal by sticking the boot in on his return to Argentina. "When I landed in China, I wanted to return to Boca," he said. "It's fine for the Shanghai coach and president to criticise me, I didn't know what I was doing there. I was on holiday for seven months." In news that will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Tevez is not the first footballer to have an epiphany that life in China is not all it cracked up to be. Five years before the Argentina international headed east, the Chelsea pair of Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba forged a near identical path, with near identical results. Nicolas Anelka was unhappy with his treatment in Shanghai Credit: afp Anelka was the first to move to Shanghai Shenhua, proudly proclaiming: "I’ve always had fond feelings about Asia. I have been obsessed with the local cultures during my previous trips to the likes of Korea Republic, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau. So I jumped at the chance when Shanghai came to me with an offer." He also stated: "I do know that Asian football in general is of a good standard and I’m looking forward to experiencing it first hand." The inevitable troubles arrived almost immediately. The France striker was appointed player-coach when Jean Tigana was fired as manager, only to then react furiously when the club announced Sergio Batista at the helm. "If there is still no one to support me and [the club] continue to play little tricks behind my back... then I will quickly decide whether or not to retire," said Anelka. He lasted a total of one year in China, scoring three goals in 22 appearances before departing on loan to Juventus and and proclaiming: "It's nice to get back to a big club." Didier Drogba lasted just six months in China Credit: afp Upon arriving in Shanghai six months after his former Chelsea team-mate, Drogba insisted: "This is not a golden exile. It's a career choice. I assume it perfectly. And I know I can bring something to my new club. "It would have been easier for me to stay in Europe, but I chose China. Money is not the most important [factor]. I am here for a whole new experience." Although more successful - scoring eight goals in 11 appearances - Drogba lasted even less time than Anelka, desperately seeking an escape route after a wage disagreement a couple of months into his stint, before heading to Galatasaray on loan just two months later. "I am looking forward to playing in the Champions League again, against the best clubs in Europe," he said. Nice money-making holiday, though.

¿Debe la Juventus fichar a este futbolista norcoreano?

Calciomercato Juventus, offerto Consigli a parametro zero: i bianconeri valutano

L'estremo difensore del Sassuolo, legato ai neroverdi fino a giugno, potrebbe non rinnovare il contratto ed è stato proposto alla Juventus.

Domenico Berardi

A più riprese negli scorsi anni, l'esterno del Sassuolo sembrò vicino al trasferimento alla Juventus. A ogni sessione di mercato, Berardi, però, si tirò indietro, dichiarando di preferire la certezza di giocare in una squadra a cui era legato e dove aveva il posto da titolare assicurato. (foto Twitter)

Gigi Riva

Corteggiato dalla Juventus per diverso tempo, il simbolo del Cagliari decise di dire no alla Vecchia Signora, spinto dalla voglia di vincere con la sua squadra. Una scelta che fu ripagata nel 1970, quando Riva festeggiò lo scudetto con il club sardo, proprio superando in classifica i bianconeri. (foto Twitter)

Domenico Berardi

A più riprese negli scorsi anni, l’esterno del Sassuolo sembrò vicino al trasferimento alla Juventus. A ogni sessione di mercato, Berardi, però, si tirò indietro, dichiarando di preferire la certezza di giocare in una squadra a cui era legato e dove aveva il posto da titolare assicurato. (foto Twitter)

Dimitar Berbatov

Forse il caso più clamoroso che si ricordi. La mattina del 29 agosto 2012, l’attaccante bulgaro del Manchester United salì su un aereo pagato dalla Fiorentina in direzione Firenze. Dopo aver fatto scalo a Monaco di Baviera, fece perdere le sue tracce. Poche ore dopo, nel pomeriggio, l’amministratore delegato della Juventus, Giuseppe Marotta annunciò l’accordo con Berbatov, ma in serata il centravanti fece marcia indietro e decise di accettare la corte del Fulham, lasciando i due club italiani a farsi la “guerra” per l’affare saltato. (foto Twitter)

Paolo Rossi

Nel 1979 l’attaccante rifiutò il Napoli, dando questa motivazione: “Per me viene prima la vita e poi la professione, il calcio. E se devo invertire l’ordine delle cose ci devo pensare non una ma cento volte. Che vengo a fare a Napoli, il salvatore della patria?… Non sono la persona giusta”. Rossi passò dal Vicenza al Perugia e poi alla Juventus nel 1981. I tifosi partenopei non gli perdonarono quel rifiuto e lo fischiarono incessantemente al San Paolo quando scese in campo al San Paolo. (foto Twitter)