Futbol italiano: Juventus

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Bintang Muda Sampdoria Komentari Rumor ke Juventus

Dennis Praet tak berkilah senang jadi incaran Juventus.

Chelsea in talks over deal for Roma full-back Emerson, confirms agent

With Alex Sandro priced out of a move by Juventus, the Blues have turned to another Serie A defender

21e j. - 5 choses à savoir

La Juventus et le Genoa spécialistes des départ canons, le Milan AC muet ou presque, la Lazio qui tremble face au Chievo : voici les 5 choses à savoir avant la 21e journée en Serie A ce week-end.

21e j. - 5 choses à savoir

La Juventus et le Genoa spécialistes des départ canons, le Milan AC muet ou presque, la Lazio qui tremble face au Chievo : voici les 5 choses à savoir avant la 21e journée en Serie A ce week-end.

21e j. - 5 choses à savoir

La Juventus et le Genoa spécialistes des départ canons, le Milan AC muet ou presque, la Lazio qui tremble face au Chievo : voici les 5 choses à savoir avant la 21e journée en Serie A ce week-end.

Serie A: Praet über Wechsel zu Juve: "Bisher nur Worte"

Nachdem Berichte aufkamen, dass Dennis Praet von Sampdoria Genua zum italienischen Meister Juventus Turin wechselt, meldet sich nun der Belgier zu Wort und dementiert diese.

Dybala is no Messi - Laudrup thinks comparisons are unfair

The Danish football legend says comparing the two Argentina team-mates is unfair on the Juventus forward, who has also rejected comparisons

Doveri punito dopo Juventus-Torino? Dirigerà regolarmente Udinese-SPAL

A differenza di quanto paventato da molti, l’arbitro Doveri non è stato fermato dopo i fatti del derby di Coppa Italia. Arbitrerà già nel 21° turno.

Dybala is no Messi - Laudrup thinks comparisons are unfair

Michael Laudrup says comparing Paulo Dybala with his Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi is unfair on the Juventus forward.

Sampdorias Dennis Praet dementiert Wechsel zu Juventus Turin: "Bisher nur Worte"

Obwohl Praet das Interesse von Juventus nicht abstreitet, dementiert der Sampdoria-Profi, bereits bei den Bianconeri unterschrieben zu haben.

Previa Inter Vs Roma - Pronóstico de apuestas Serie A Italiana 2017-18

Una vez alcanzado el ecuador de la Serie A italiana, Nápoles y Juventus se han desmarcado del resto y parece ser que el título se decidirá en un mano a mano. Por detrás han quedado los equipos de la capital, Lazio y Roma, además del Inter de Milán. Entre estos tres equipos saldrán los dos cupos restantes para Champions League, el otro deberá conformarse con la segunda competición continental, la Europa League. Este domingo 21 de enero a las 15:45 horas, se enfrentan dos de ellos. El Inter de Milán recibe en el estadio Giuseppe Meazza a la Roma.

Serie A, gli arbitri della 21ª giornata: Inter-Roma a Massa

Designati gli arbitri per il 21° turno di Serie A: il big match Inter-Roma affidato a Massa, Orsato per Atalanta-Napoli. Juventus-Genoa a Di Bello.

Calciomercato Juventus: nulla di concreto per Praet

Accostato nelle ultime ore alla Vecchia Signora, i campioni d'Italia non hanno fatto passi concreti in direzione centrocampista belga.

PHOTO: Why £75m Liverpool Signing Virgil Van Dijk Was Pictured Wearing a Man City Shirt Last Season

​Virgil van Dijk was seemingly at the top of every ​Premier League managers wish list, prior to his eventual move to Liverpool earlier this month. Before the Reds sealed the signing of the most expensive defender in football history, the towering Dutchman was a rumoured target of ​Arsenal, ​Juventus and Premier League leaders Man City. Back in December 2016, Van Dijk was even spotted donning a City top, in what can now be considered one of the greatest acts of deception. Van Dijk appeared odds...

PHOTO: Why £75m Liverpool Signing Virgil Van Dijk Was Pictured Wearing a Man City Shirt Last Season

​Virgil van Dijk was seemingly at the top of every ​Premier League managers wish list, prior to his eventual move to Liverpool earlier this month. Before the Reds sealed the signing of the most expensive defender in football history, the towering Dutchman was a rumoured target of ​Arsenal, ​Juventus and Premier League leaders Man City. Back in December 2016, Van Dijk was even spotted donning a City top, in what can now be considered one of the greatest acts of deception. Van Dijk appeared odds...

Bernardeschi senza dubbi: "Juventus il meglio per la mia carriera"

Federico Bernardeschi non rimpiange la scelta di venire alla Juventus: "Non ho mai avuto tentennamenti, credo che sia il meglio per la mia carriera".

Bintang Muda Sampdoria Komentari Rumor ke Juventus

Dennis Praet tak berkilah senang jadi incaran Juventus.

A royal tour of Cardiff: The key sites Harry and Meghan should visit on their day in the Welsh capital

There is nothing like a visit from the world's most talked-about royal couple to put you firmly in the spotlight. Cardiff takes centre stage today thanks to the star-spangled presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-weds are in the Welsh capital for a short tour that, as ever, will have a crowd gathering and cameras clicking. But where - in a fantasy world where they have time out from their tight schedule - should they go, and what should they see? The following options might all appeal. Alternatively, they offer much for royal-watchers to enjoy once the honoured guests have left town. A cocktail-making session and a dash of rugby heritage? Why not? The Welsh capital will no doubt come out in force the Harry and Meghan Credit: The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette What to see: Cardiff Castle The royal twosome's itinerary is already taking them to the city's medieval fortress, so this is rather a case of teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the weird old phrase goes. But then, Cardiff's medieval landmark should be a key stop on any visit to the city. The building has an epic history. It was founded in the 11th century on top of a Roman fort. Significantly expanded over the subsequent decades, it played a part in conflicts including the rebellion of Welsh warlord Owain Glyndŵr (in 1404), the Wars of the Roses, and the English Civil War. Its defensive capabilities were downgraded in the 18th century when it was converted into a Gothic Revival mansion with gardens by Capability Brown. It retains plenty of the grandeur of this epoch, and is open for tours. Details: From £12.50; cardiffcastle.com What to explore: Principality Stadium Harry loves rugby - and, indeed, has watched several international fixtures at what was known as the Millennium Stadium until 2016. This vast arena - which has a capacity of 74,500 people - is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as its football counterpart, and plays regular host to major sporting events (wearing its football hat, it staged last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus). Better still, even if nothing is happening on the pitch, its inner workings can be perused via a behind-the-scenes tour. These are available every day (timings may change on match days), and take visitors into the dressing rooms, as well as up into the President's Box - which, appropriately enough, is where the royals sit when they are in the ground. Details: £12.50; principalitystadium.wales/tours The Principality Stadium Credit: Getty Images/Clive Mason Where to eat: James Sommerin You need to venture a little outside the core of the city to find this Michelin-starred haven of haute cuisine. It sits six miles south of the centre on the Esplanade at Penarth, and is run - as its name suggests - by Welsh chef James Sommerin, who started his career at 12 doing Saturday shifts at an Italian restaurant in Newport, and earned his official tip of the hat from Michelin as recently as 2016. His restaurant focuses - as high-end restaurants tend to these days - on "the finest ingredients, locally sourced". The menu includes a 32-day aged sirloin for £29.50, and wild sea bass for £25.00. Details:jamessommerinrestaurant.co.uk Where to drink: Lab 22 Harry has, famously, enjoyed a tipple or two at various moments in the past, so probably wouldn't offer any objections to an evening at this intriguing watering hole at the heart of Cardiff. Lab 22 does fancy things with spirits, and offers regular cocktail masterclasses - including a five-course tasting session (£44.95) which it describes as a "pairing [of] the requested number of cocktails with elements of molecular mixology". Molecular mixology? Is that an obvious over-egging of what is essentially throwing a few different types of booze into a glass, with ice? Quite possibly. Good fun? That too. Details:lab22cardiff.com What to stay: Hotel Indigo A future princess needs somewhere stylish to stay. But then, we all do from time to time. Hotel Indigo is one of Cardiff's more boutique-flavoured retreats, and is nicely pitched on Queen Street, almost in the shadow of the castle. Reviewing the property for the Telegraph, Benjamin Parker was impressed by its design. "Three concepts divide the rooms," he wrote. "Music, Welsh Industry and Made in Wales. It’s a toss-up between Music, with spotlights, drumstick lamps and images of Wales’ musical icons, and the "pit to port" industrial vibe of the Welsh Industry rooms (tweed cushions, coal scuttle bins, steel/wood furniture) for the coolest spaces." A Marco Pierre White steakhouse on the upper floor completes the picture for guests who check in hungry.  Hotel Indigo CardiffCardiff, Wales 8Telegraph expert rating Welsh culture and quirky symbolism have been bottled up in each of the 122 rooms at Cardiff’s Hotel Indigo, giving the city an injection of modern accommodation with boutique leanings and a headline Marco Pierre White restaurant that has captured the attention of locals. Read expert review From £60per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com Where to stop: Spillers Records There are plenty of Cardiff fashion stores which might stock a dress or three for the chic royal about town, but with a wedding to plan, Harry and Meghan's thoughts should really be on the important stuff - the tunes they want played at the reception. Cardiff may have an answer or two here - it is unusual in that, in the age of streaming, it has managed to sustain an independent music emporium. Even more excitingly, Spillers Records claims to be "The Oldest Record Shop in the World", dating back to 1894. Good news if Meghan wants some really early jazz to get the dancefloor surging. Spillers Records Details:spillersrecords.co.uk

A royal tour of Cardiff: The key sites Harry and Meghan should visit on their day in the Welsh capital

There is nothing like a visit from the world's most talked-about royal couple to put you firmly in the spotlight. Cardiff takes centre stage today thanks to the star-spangled presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-weds are in the Welsh capital for a short tour that, as ever, will have a crowd gathering and cameras clicking. But where - in a fantasy world where they have time out from their tight schedule - should they go, and what should they see? The following options might all appeal. Alternatively, they offer much for royal-watchers to enjoy once the honoured guests have left town. A cocktail-making session and a dash of rugby heritage? Why not? The Welsh capital will no doubt come out in force the Harry and Meghan Credit: The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette What to see: Cardiff Castle The royal twosome's itinerary is already taking them to the city's medieval fortress, so this is rather a case of teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the weird old phrase goes. But then, Cardiff's medieval landmark should be a key stop on any visit to the city. The building has an epic history. It was founded in the 11th century on top of a Roman fort. Significantly expanded over the subsequent decades, it played a part in conflicts including the rebellion of Welsh warlord Owain Glyndŵr (in 1404), the Wars of the Roses, and the English Civil War. Its defensive capabilities were downgraded in the 18th century when it was converted into a Gothic Revival mansion with gardens by Capability Brown. It retains plenty of the grandeur of this epoch, and is open for tours. Details: From £12.50; cardiffcastle.com What to explore: Principality Stadium Harry loves rugby - and, indeed, has watched several international fixtures at what was known as the Millennium Stadium until 2016. This vast arena - which has a capacity of 74,500 people - is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as its football counterpart, and plays regular host to major sporting events (wearing its football hat, it staged last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus). Better still, even if nothing is happening on the pitch, its inner workings can be perused via a behind-the-scenes tour. These are available every day (timings may change on match days), and take visitors into the dressing rooms, as well as up into the President's Box - which, appropriately enough, is where the royals sit when they are in the ground. Details: £12.50; principalitystadium.wales/tours The Principality Stadium Credit: Getty Images/Clive Mason Where to eat: James Sommerin You need to venture a little outside the core of the city to find this Michelin-starred haven of haute cuisine. It sits six miles south of the centre on the Esplanade at Penarth, and is run - as its name suggests - by Welsh chef James Sommerin, who started his career at 12 doing Saturday shifts at an Italian restaurant in Newport, and earned his official tip of the hat from Michelin as recently as 2016. His restaurant focuses - as high-end restaurants tend to these days - on "the finest ingredients, locally sourced". The menu includes a 32-day aged sirloin for £29.50, and wild sea bass for £25.00. Details:jamessommerinrestaurant.co.uk Where to drink: Lab 22 Harry has, famously, enjoyed a tipple or two at various moments in the past, so probably wouldn't offer any objections to an evening at this intriguing watering hole at the heart of Cardiff. Lab 22 does fancy things with spirits, and offers regular cocktail masterclasses - including a five-course tasting session (£44.95) which it describes as a "pairing [of] the requested number of cocktails with elements of molecular mixology". Molecular mixology? Is that an obvious over-egging of what is essentially throwing a few different types of booze into a glass, with ice? Quite possibly. Good fun? That too. Details:lab22cardiff.com What to stay: Hotel Indigo A future princess needs somewhere stylish to stay. But then, we all do from time to time. Hotel Indigo is one of Cardiff's more boutique-flavoured retreats, and is nicely pitched on Queen Street, almost in the shadow of the castle. Reviewing the property for the Telegraph, Benjamin Parker was impressed by its design. "Three concepts divide the rooms," he wrote. "Music, Welsh Industry and Made in Wales. It’s a toss-up between Music, with spotlights, drumstick lamps and images of Wales’ musical icons, and the "pit to port" industrial vibe of the Welsh Industry rooms (tweed cushions, coal scuttle bins, steel/wood furniture) for the coolest spaces." A Marco Pierre White steakhouse on the upper floor completes the picture for guests who check in hungry.  Hotel Indigo CardiffCardiff, Wales 8Telegraph expert rating Welsh culture and quirky symbolism have been bottled up in each of the 122 rooms at Cardiff’s Hotel Indigo, giving the city an injection of modern accommodation with boutique leanings and a headline Marco Pierre White restaurant that has captured the attention of locals. Read expert review From £60per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com Where to stop: Spillers Records There are plenty of Cardiff fashion stores which might stock a dress or three for the chic royal about town, but with a wedding to plan, Harry and Meghan's thoughts should really be on the important stuff - the tunes they want played at the reception. Cardiff may have an answer or two here - it is unusual in that, in the age of streaming, it has managed to sustain an independent music emporium. Even more excitingly, Spillers Records claims to be "The Oldest Record Shop in the World", dating back to 1894. Good news if Meghan wants some really early jazz to get the dancefloor surging. Spillers Records Details:spillersrecords.co.uk

A royal tour of Cardiff: The key sites Harry and Meghan should visit on their day in the Welsh capital

There is nothing like a visit from the world's most talked-about royal couple to put you firmly in the spotlight. Cardiff takes centre stage today thanks to the star-spangled presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-weds are in the Welsh capital for a short tour that, as ever, will have a crowd gathering and cameras clicking. But where - in a fantasy world where they have time out from their tight schedule - should they go, and what should they see? The following options might all appeal. Alternatively, they offer much for royal-watchers to enjoy once the honoured guests have left town. A cocktail-making session and a dash of rugby heritage? Why not? The Welsh capital will no doubt come out in force the Harry and Meghan Credit: The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette What to see: Cardiff Castle The royal twosome's itinerary is already taking them to the city's medieval fortress, so this is rather a case of teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the weird old phrase goes. But then, Cardiff's medieval landmark should be a key stop on any visit to the city. The building has an epic history. It was founded in the 11th century on top of a Roman fort. Significantly expanded over the subsequent decades, it played a part in conflicts including the rebellion of Welsh warlord Owain Glyndŵr (in 1404), the Wars of the Roses, and the English Civil War. Its defensive capabilities were downgraded in the 18th century when it was converted into a Gothic Revival mansion with gardens by Capability Brown. It retains plenty of the grandeur of this epoch, and is open for tours. Details: From £12.50; cardiffcastle.com What to explore: Principality Stadium Harry loves rugby - and, indeed, has watched several international fixtures at what was known as the Millennium Stadium until 2016. This vast arena - which has a capacity of 74,500 people - is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as its football counterpart, and plays regular host to major sporting events (wearing its football hat, it staged last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus). Better still, even if nothing is happening on the pitch, its inner workings can be perused via a behind-the-scenes tour. These are available every day (timings may change on match days), and take visitors into the dressing rooms, as well as up into the President's Box - which, appropriately enough, is where the royals sit when they are in the ground. Details: £12.50; principalitystadium.wales/tours The Principality Stadium Credit: Getty Images/Clive Mason Where to eat: James Sommerin You need to venture a little outside the core of the city to find this Michelin-starred haven of haute cuisine. It sits six miles south of the centre on the Esplanade at Penarth, and is run - as its name suggests - by Welsh chef James Sommerin, who started his career at 12 doing Saturday shifts at an Italian restaurant in Newport, and earned his official tip of the hat from Michelin as recently as 2016. His restaurant focuses - as high-end restaurants tend to these days - on "the finest ingredients, locally sourced". The menu includes a 32-day aged sirloin for £29.50, and wild sea bass for £25.00. Details:jamessommerinrestaurant.co.uk Where to drink: Lab 22 Harry has, famously, enjoyed a tipple or two at various moments in the past, so probably wouldn't offer any objections to an evening at this intriguing watering hole at the heart of Cardiff. Lab 22 does fancy things with spirits, and offers regular cocktail masterclasses - including a five-course tasting session (£44.95) which it describes as a "pairing [of] the requested number of cocktails with elements of molecular mixology". Molecular mixology? Is that an obvious over-egging of what is essentially throwing a few different types of booze into a glass, with ice? Quite possibly. Good fun? That too. Details:lab22cardiff.com What to stay: Hotel Indigo A future princess needs somewhere stylish to stay. But then, we all do from time to time. Hotel Indigo is one of Cardiff's more boutique-flavoured retreats, and is nicely pitched on Queen Street, almost in the shadow of the castle. Reviewing the property for the Telegraph, Benjamin Parker was impressed by its design. "Three concepts divide the rooms," he wrote. "Music, Welsh Industry and Made in Wales. It’s a toss-up between Music, with spotlights, drumstick lamps and images of Wales’ musical icons, and the "pit to port" industrial vibe of the Welsh Industry rooms (tweed cushions, coal scuttle bins, steel/wood furniture) for the coolest spaces." A Marco Pierre White steakhouse on the upper floor completes the picture for guests who check in hungry.  Hotel Indigo CardiffCardiff, Wales 8Telegraph expert rating Welsh culture and quirky symbolism have been bottled up in each of the 122 rooms at Cardiff’s Hotel Indigo, giving the city an injection of modern accommodation with boutique leanings and a headline Marco Pierre White restaurant that has captured the attention of locals. Read expert review From £60per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com Where to stop: Spillers Records There are plenty of Cardiff fashion stores which might stock a dress or three for the chic royal about town, but with a wedding to plan, Harry and Meghan's thoughts should really be on the important stuff - the tunes they want played at the reception. Cardiff may have an answer or two here - it is unusual in that, in the age of streaming, it has managed to sustain an independent music emporium. Even more excitingly, Spillers Records claims to be "The Oldest Record Shop in the World", dating back to 1894. Good news if Meghan wants some really early jazz to get the dancefloor surging. Spillers Records Details:spillersrecords.co.uk

A royal tour of Cardiff: The key sites Harry and Meghan should visit on their day in the Welsh capital

There is nothing like a visit from the world's most talked-about royal couple to put you firmly in the spotlight. Cardiff takes centre stage today thanks to the star-spangled presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-weds are in the Welsh capital for a short tour that, as ever, will have a crowd gathering and cameras clicking. But where - in a fantasy world where they have time out from their tight schedule - should they go, and what should they see? The following options might all appeal. Alternatively, they offer much for royal-watchers to enjoy once the honoured guests have left town. A cocktail-making session and a dash of rugby heritage? Why not? The Welsh capital will no doubt come out in force the Harry and Meghan Credit: The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette What to see: Cardiff Castle The royal twosome's itinerary is already taking them to the city's medieval fortress, so this is rather a case of teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the weird old phrase goes. But then, Cardiff's medieval landmark should be a key stop on any visit to the city. The building has an epic history. It was founded in the 11th century on top of a Roman fort. Significantly expanded over the subsequent decades, it played a part in conflicts including the rebellion of Welsh warlord Owain Glyndŵr (in 1404), the Wars of the Roses, and the English Civil War. Its defensive capabilities were downgraded in the 18th century when it was converted into a Gothic Revival mansion with gardens by Capability Brown. It retains plenty of the grandeur of this epoch, and is open for tours. Details: From £12.50; cardiffcastle.com What to explore: Principality Stadium Harry loves rugby - and, indeed, has watched several international fixtures at what was known as the Millennium Stadium until 2016. This vast arena - which has a capacity of 74,500 people - is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as its football counterpart, and plays regular host to major sporting events (wearing its football hat, it staged last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus). Better still, even if nothing is happening on the pitch, its inner workings can be perused via a behind-the-scenes tour. These are available every day (timings may change on match days), and take visitors into the dressing rooms, as well as up into the President's Box - which, appropriately enough, is where the royals sit when they are in the ground. Details: £12.50; principalitystadium.wales/tours The Principality Stadium Credit: Getty Images/Clive Mason Where to eat: James Sommerin You need to venture a little outside the core of the city to find this Michelin-starred haven of haute cuisine. It sits six miles south of the centre on the Esplanade at Penarth, and is run - as its name suggests - by Welsh chef James Sommerin, who started his career at 12 doing Saturday shifts at an Italian restaurant in Newport, and earned his official tip of the hat from Michelin as recently as 2016. His restaurant focuses - as high-end restaurants tend to these days - on "the finest ingredients, locally sourced". The menu includes a 32-day aged sirloin for £29.50, and wild sea bass for £25.00. Details:jamessommerinrestaurant.co.uk Where to drink: Lab 22 Harry has, famously, enjoyed a tipple or two at various moments in the past, so probably wouldn't offer any objections to an evening at this intriguing watering hole at the heart of Cardiff. Lab 22 does fancy things with spirits, and offers regular cocktail masterclasses - including a five-course tasting session (£44.95) which it describes as a "pairing [of] the requested number of cocktails with elements of molecular mixology". Molecular mixology? Is that an obvious over-egging of what is essentially throwing a few different types of booze into a glass, with ice? Quite possibly. Good fun? That too. Details:lab22cardiff.com What to stay: Hotel Indigo A future princess needs somewhere stylish to stay. But then, we all do from time to time. Hotel Indigo is one of Cardiff's more boutique-flavoured retreats, and is nicely pitched on Queen Street, almost in the shadow of the castle. Reviewing the property for the Telegraph, Benjamin Parker was impressed by its design. "Three concepts divide the rooms," he wrote. "Music, Welsh Industry and Made in Wales. It’s a toss-up between Music, with spotlights, drumstick lamps and images of Wales’ musical icons, and the "pit to port" industrial vibe of the Welsh Industry rooms (tweed cushions, coal scuttle bins, steel/wood furniture) for the coolest spaces." A Marco Pierre White steakhouse on the upper floor completes the picture for guests who check in hungry.  Hotel Indigo CardiffCardiff, Wales 8Telegraph expert rating Welsh culture and quirky symbolism have been bottled up in each of the 122 rooms at Cardiff’s Hotel Indigo, giving the city an injection of modern accommodation with boutique leanings and a headline Marco Pierre White restaurant that has captured the attention of locals. Read expert review From £60per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com Where to stop: Spillers Records There are plenty of Cardiff fashion stores which might stock a dress or three for the chic royal about town, but with a wedding to plan, Harry and Meghan's thoughts should really be on the important stuff - the tunes they want played at the reception. Cardiff may have an answer or two here - it is unusual in that, in the age of streaming, it has managed to sustain an independent music emporium. Even more excitingly, Spillers Records claims to be "The Oldest Record Shop in the World", dating back to 1894. Good news if Meghan wants some really early jazz to get the dancefloor surging. Spillers Records Details:spillersrecords.co.uk

A royal tour of Cardiff: The key sites Harry and Meghan should visit on their day in the Welsh capital

There is nothing like a visit from the world's most talked-about royal couple to put you firmly in the spotlight. Cardiff takes centre stage today thanks to the star-spangled presence of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The soon-to-be-weds are in the Welsh capital for a short tour that, as ever, will have a crowd gathering and cameras clicking. But where - in a fantasy world where they have time out from their tight schedule - should they go, and what should they see? The following options might all appeal. Alternatively, they offer much for royal-watchers to enjoy once the honoured guests have left town. A cocktail-making session and a dash of rugby heritage? Why not? The Welsh capital will no doubt come out in force the Harry and Meghan Credit: The Canadian Press/Nathan Denette What to see: Cardiff Castle The royal twosome's itinerary is already taking them to the city's medieval fortress, so this is rather a case of teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the weird old phrase goes. But then, Cardiff's medieval landmark should be a key stop on any visit to the city. The building has an epic history. It was founded in the 11th century on top of a Roman fort. Significantly expanded over the subsequent decades, it played a part in conflicts including the rebellion of Welsh warlord Owain Glyndŵr (in 1404), the Wars of the Roses, and the English Civil War. Its defensive capabilities were downgraded in the 18th century when it was converted into a Gothic Revival mansion with gardens by Capability Brown. It retains plenty of the grandeur of this epoch, and is open for tours. Details: From £12.50; cardiffcastle.com What to explore: Principality Stadium Harry loves rugby - and, indeed, has watched several international fixtures at what was known as the Millennium Stadium until 2016. This vast arena - which has a capacity of 74,500 people - is the home of the Welsh national rugby team, as well as its football counterpart, and plays regular host to major sporting events (wearing its football hat, it staged last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus). Better still, even if nothing is happening on the pitch, its inner workings can be perused via a behind-the-scenes tour. These are available every day (timings may change on match days), and take visitors into the dressing rooms, as well as up into the President's Box - which, appropriately enough, is where the royals sit when they are in the ground. Details: £12.50; principalitystadium.wales/tours The Principality Stadium Credit: Getty Images/Clive Mason Where to eat: James Sommerin You need to venture a little outside the core of the city to find this Michelin-starred haven of haute cuisine. It sits six miles south of the centre on the Esplanade at Penarth, and is run - as its name suggests - by Welsh chef James Sommerin, who started his career at 12 doing Saturday shifts at an Italian restaurant in Newport, and earned his official tip of the hat from Michelin as recently as 2016. His restaurant focuses - as high-end restaurants tend to these days - on "the finest ingredients, locally sourced". The menu includes a 32-day aged sirloin for £29.50, and wild sea bass for £25.00. Details:jamessommerinrestaurant.co.uk Where to drink: Lab 22 Harry has, famously, enjoyed a tipple or two at various moments in the past, so probably wouldn't offer any objections to an evening at this intriguing watering hole at the heart of Cardiff. Lab 22 does fancy things with spirits, and offers regular cocktail masterclasses - including a five-course tasting session (£44.95) which it describes as a "pairing [of] the requested number of cocktails with elements of molecular mixology". Molecular mixology? Is that an obvious over-egging of what is essentially throwing a few different types of booze into a glass, with ice? Quite possibly. Good fun? That too. Details:lab22cardiff.com What to stay: Hotel Indigo A future princess needs somewhere stylish to stay. But then, we all do from time to time. Hotel Indigo is one of Cardiff's more boutique-flavoured retreats, and is nicely pitched on Queen Street, almost in the shadow of the castle. Reviewing the property for the Telegraph, Benjamin Parker was impressed by its design. "Three concepts divide the rooms," he wrote. "Music, Welsh Industry and Made in Wales. It’s a toss-up between Music, with spotlights, drumstick lamps and images of Wales’ musical icons, and the "pit to port" industrial vibe of the Welsh Industry rooms (tweed cushions, coal scuttle bins, steel/wood furniture) for the coolest spaces." A Marco Pierre White steakhouse on the upper floor completes the picture for guests who check in hungry.  Hotel Indigo CardiffCardiff, Wales 8Telegraph expert rating Welsh culture and quirky symbolism have been bottled up in each of the 122 rooms at Cardiff’s Hotel Indigo, giving the city an injection of modern accommodation with boutique leanings and a headline Marco Pierre White restaurant that has captured the attention of locals. Read expert review From £60per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com Where to stop: Spillers Records There are plenty of Cardiff fashion stores which might stock a dress or three for the chic royal about town, but with a wedding to plan, Harry and Meghan's thoughts should really be on the important stuff - the tunes they want played at the reception. Cardiff may have an answer or two here - it is unusual in that, in the age of streaming, it has managed to sustain an independent music emporium. Even more excitingly, Spillers Records claims to be "The Oldest Record Shop in the World", dating back to 1894. Good news if Meghan wants some really early jazz to get the dancefloor surging. Spillers Records Details:spillersrecords.co.uk

8. Juventus

La Juventus es el único equipo italiano en esta lista. Tiene 46,3 millones de seguidores en sus diferentes perfiles de las redes sociales (6,62 en Twitter, 30,7 en Facebook y 8,7 en Instagram). (Foto: Filippo Venezia / AP).

O ex-jogador do Barcelona Neymar reage durante partida contra a Juventus, em East Rutherford, em 22 de julho de 2017

Alex Sandro pode sair da Juve, que está de olho em outros brasileiros

Alex Sandro está na Juventus desde a temporada 2015/16 (Foto: MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP)

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