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Douglas Costa wechselte vom FC Bayern zu Juventus Turin
Douglas Costa wechselte vom FC Bayern zu Juventus Turin
Douglas Costa wechselte vom FC Bayern zu Juventus Turin
<p>Dida foi o primeiro arqueiro brasileiro bem-sucedido no futebol europeu. Contratado junto ao Milan, defendeu a camisa rubro-negra por oito temporadas, a maior parte delas como titular incontestável. Dida jogou mais de 300 partidas com a camisa rossonera e conquistou, entre outros títulos, dois Scudettos e duas Liga dos Campeões, sendo que na edição de 2002-2003 foi decisivo, ao pegar três pênaltis na final contra a rival Juventus. Um nome que está marcado na história milanesa e que possibilitou ainda mais a exportação de outros goleiros. (Getty Images) </p>
Dida

Dida foi o primeiro arqueiro brasileiro bem-sucedido no futebol europeu. Contratado junto ao Milan, defendeu a camisa rubro-negra por oito temporadas, a maior parte delas como titular incontestável. Dida jogou mais de 300 partidas com a camisa rossonera e conquistou, entre outros títulos, dois Scudettos e duas Liga dos Campeões, sendo que na edição de 2002-2003 foi decisivo, ao pegar três pênaltis na final contra a rival Juventus. Um nome que está marcado na história milanesa e que possibilitou ainda mais a exportação de outros goleiros. (Getty Images)

<p>Atualmente no Avaí, Rubinho fez longa carreira no futebol europeu. Revelado pelo Corinthians, o goleiro foi emprestado ao Verona, da Itália, em 2005, e depois negociado com o Vitória de Setúbal, de Portugal. Na temporada seguinte, foi contratado pelo Genoa, onde foi titular e viveu grandes momentos durante três anos. Defendeu ainda as camisas de Palermo, Livorno e Torino, até parar na Juventus, onde pouco conseguiu jogar, já que o camisa 1 era o titularíssimo Buffon, que segue à frente da meta do clube de Turim até hoje. Ainda passou por Como e novamente pela Genoa, antes de retornar ao Brasil. (Getty Images) </p>
Rubinho

Atualmente no Avaí, Rubinho fez longa carreira no futebol europeu. Revelado pelo Corinthians, o goleiro foi emprestado ao Verona, da Itália, em 2005, e depois negociado com o Vitória de Setúbal, de Portugal. Na temporada seguinte, foi contratado pelo Genoa, onde foi titular e viveu grandes momentos durante três anos. Defendeu ainda as camisas de Palermo, Livorno e Torino, até parar na Juventus, onde pouco conseguiu jogar, já que o camisa 1 era o titularíssimo Buffon, que segue à frente da meta do clube de Turim até hoje. Ainda passou por Como e novamente pela Genoa, antes de retornar ao Brasil. (Getty Images)

The former Juventus man was dropped for the Red Devils&#39; trip to Seville, but an injury to his team-mate has given him the chance to prove a point
Herrera injury gives dropped Pogba another chance to shine for Man United
The former Juventus man was dropped for the Red Devils' trip to Seville, but an injury to his team-mate has given him the chance to prove a point
Sturaro terus digosipkan bakal meninggalkan Juventus.
Agen Sebut Juventus Masih Butuh Stefano Sturaro
Sturaro terus digosipkan bakal meninggalkan Juventus.
The former Juventus man was dropped for the Red Devils&#39; trip to Seville, but an injury to his team-mate has given him the chance to prove a point
Herrera injury gives dropped Pogba another chance to shine for Man United
The former Juventus man was dropped for the Red Devils' trip to Seville, but an injury to his team-mate has given him the chance to prove a point
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: &quot;A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente&quot;.
Pjanic avvisa la Juventus: "Col Napoli lotta fino all'ultima giornata"
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: "A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente".
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: &quot;A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente&quot;.
Pjanic avvisa la Juventus: "Col Napoli lotta fino all'ultima giornata"
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: "A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente".
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: &quot;A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente&quot;.
Pjanic avvisa la Juventus: "Col Napoli lotta fino all'ultima giornata"
Miralem Pjanic rispetta il Napoli e punta tutto sullo scontro diretto: "A Torino la Juventus dovrà rispondere presente".
Blaise of glory: Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi is back in training
Blaise of glory: Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi is back in training
Blaise of glory: Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi is back in training
After Wojciech Szczesny&#39;s move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
‘The Messi of goalkeepers’! Who is Alisson, the Roma phenomenon valued at €70m?
After Wojciech Szczesny's move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
After Wojciech Szczesny&#39;s move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
‘The Messi of goalkeepers’! Who is Alisson, the Roma phenomenon valued at €70m?
After Wojciech Szczesny's move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
After Wojciech Szczesny&#39;s move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
‘The Messi of goalkeepers’! Who is Alisson, the Roma phenomenon valued at €70m?
After Wojciech Szczesny's move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
After Wojciech Szczesny&#39;s move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
‘The Messi of goalkeepers’! Who is Alisson, the Roma phenomenon valued at €70m?
After Wojciech Szczesny's move to Juventus, the Brazilian has established himself as not only the best shot-stopper at Roma but also in Serie A
<p>Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian</p>
Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian

Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian

<p>Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian</p>
Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian

Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian

The Italian right-back has struggled for game time at Old Trafford and is now wanted by the Italian giants
Juventus interested in Man Utd defender Darmian
The Italian right-back has struggled for game time at Old Trafford and is now wanted by the Italian giants
Sturaro terus digosipkan bakal meninggalkan Juventus.
Agen Sebut Juventus Masih Butuh Stefano Sturaro
Sturaro terus digosipkan bakal meninggalkan Juventus.
<p>The tension between Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba is real, at least from one end of the equation. A source with firsthand knowledge says that Pogba’s representative, the super-agent Mino Raiola, has been calling other top European clubs in the past week to try and persuade them to go after Pogba in the summer transfer market. So far nobody is biting.</p><p>One of those top clubs pursued Pogba two summers ago and now feels like it dodged a bullet by not signing him and having Pogba completely change the club’s salary structure for its players. At the time, Pogba was signed for a world-record £89 million fee from Juventus and he reportedly makes £290,000 a week in wages. As for Mourinho, he’s telling people that he likes Pogba, has no interest in selling him and is just trying to motivate the French star to play better.</p><p>The plot thickened on Wednesday, when Pogba was left out of Man United&#39;s starting lineup to face Sevilla in the Champions League despite the expectation he would return to action after missing a weekend FA Cup win over Huddersfield Town.</p><p>Elsewhere around the soccer world:</p><h3><strong>Roma must sell players to meet FFP requirements</strong></h3><p>Roma has been having issues meeting the requirements for Financial Fair Play, and a source with knowledge of the situation says those needs will likely force the club to have to sell more players this summer. I’m told that two players in significant demand are prospects Lorenzo Pellegrini, a midfielder who’s drawing interest from Real Madrid, and Turkish winger Cengiz Ünder.</p><p>The club recently considered selling Edin Dzeko in the January window for FFP reasons, but it decided not to when Roma’s fans demanded that he stay. But some sales will almost certainly have to take place this summer.</p>
Insider Notes: Pogba's Agent Trying to Incite Transfer Amid Mourinho Squabble

The tension between Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba is real, at least from one end of the equation. A source with firsthand knowledge says that Pogba’s representative, the super-agent Mino Raiola, has been calling other top European clubs in the past week to try and persuade them to go after Pogba in the summer transfer market. So far nobody is biting.

One of those top clubs pursued Pogba two summers ago and now feels like it dodged a bullet by not signing him and having Pogba completely change the club’s salary structure for its players. At the time, Pogba was signed for a world-record £89 million fee from Juventus and he reportedly makes £290,000 a week in wages. As for Mourinho, he’s telling people that he likes Pogba, has no interest in selling him and is just trying to motivate the French star to play better.

The plot thickened on Wednesday, when Pogba was left out of Man United's starting lineup to face Sevilla in the Champions League despite the expectation he would return to action after missing a weekend FA Cup win over Huddersfield Town.

Elsewhere around the soccer world:

Roma must sell players to meet FFP requirements

Roma has been having issues meeting the requirements for Financial Fair Play, and a source with knowledge of the situation says those needs will likely force the club to have to sell more players this summer. I’m told that two players in significant demand are prospects Lorenzo Pellegrini, a midfielder who’s drawing interest from Real Madrid, and Turkish winger Cengiz Ünder.

The club recently considered selling Edin Dzeko in the January window for FFP reasons, but it decided not to when Roma’s fans demanded that he stay. But some sales will almost certainly have to take place this summer.

Real Madrid tengah mencari pemain anyar di lini tengah.
Real Madrid Salip Juventus dalam Perburuan Gelandang Liverpool
Real Madrid tengah mencari pemain anyar di lini tengah.
Mattia De Sciglio ha rimediato un problema muscolare durante il derby: salterà la gara contro l&#39;Atalanta. Matuidi torna ad allenarsi in gruppo.
Juventus, De Sciglio va ko: trauma distrattivo alla coscia
Mattia De Sciglio ha rimediato un problema muscolare durante il derby: salterà la gara contro l'Atalanta. Matuidi torna ad allenarsi in gruppo.
I bianconeri continuano a mantenere vivi i contatti per il 19enne attaccante nordcoreano, possibile nuova offensiva nel mercato estivo.
Calciomercato Juventus, per Han non è finita: si lavora ancora
I bianconeri continuano a mantenere vivi i contatti per il 19enne attaccante nordcoreano, possibile nuova offensiva nel mercato estivo.
Here is a selection of results from this season&#39;s Champions League group stage: Liverpool 7-0 Spartak Moscow; APOEL Nicosia 0-6 Real Madrid; Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 Celtic; Chelsea 6-0 Qarabag; Maribor 0-7 Liverpool; PSG 5-0 Anderlecht. Since then, the six knockout stage games so far have seen Manchester City beat Basel 4-0 away from home and Liverpool win 5-0 at Porto, before Bayern Munich thrashed Besiktas 5-0 last night. In total, there have already been 12 occasions in this season&#39;s competition where a team has scored five or more goals. That is already the joint-most in any of the last 10 seasons, with 10 games still to come in this round alone. Too many more one-sided games in the latter stages of the competition may be unlikely, but the fact there have been so many is indicative of a growing trend. The only other campaign that can match 2017/18 for Champions League thrashings is, you&#39;ve guessed it, 2016/17. Number of times a team scored five or more goals in a game | Champions League Three of the last four seasons have seen five or more goals scored in a game at least 10 times. None of the previous six campaigns reached 10 games in total. The manner of Bayern&#39;s resounding win over Besiktas followed the idea that there is a growing chasm between two tiers of European football: the elite and the rest. Second round ties that are &#39;finished&#39; - or as good as over - after the first leg are increasingly commonplace. In the last 10 years, 10 first legs have been won by three or more goals in the first knockout round. Five of those (all by four or more goals) have occurred either this season or last. Second round first legs won by 3+ goals | Champions League Just as the &#39;big six&#39; are breaking away in the Premier League, Europe&#39;s elite competition is increasingly dominated by the game&#39;s richest sides. The last five winners of the Champions League reads like a list of Europe&#39;s heavyweights: Real Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich. Before that? Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Manchester United, AC Milan, Barcelona. Chelsea winning in 2011/12 was a surprise but when a filthy rich club funded by a billionaire Russian oligarch are the plucky underdog that really says something. Not since Liverpool in 2005 have we seen a true outsider lift the trophy. A run like that of 1991 to 1999 when nine different teams from seven different countries won the competition is unthinkable now. This season, it looks - so far, at least - as though the favourites will progress from each of the second-round ties, with Tottenham&#39;s potential path past Juventus the exception. But remember, Tottenham ranked 11th in Deloitte&#39;s 2018 rich list. They may be challenging the status quo both domestically and in Europe, but they are hardlypoor, and seeing off Juve having already won their group would not be a gigantic upset. Will we ever see another shock like Mourinho&#39;s Porto in 2004? Credit: Action images Jose Mourinho leading Porto to Champions League glory in 2004 has become a distant memory, a figment of the imagination, no more than a dream for the lesser sides, no longer anything resembling a possible reality. What chance did Porto, Besiktas and Basel stand in this season&#39;s competition? What hope did they have of winning the Champions League this season? How much chance was there of them even reaching the quarter-finals without a favourable draw like that which Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk have been dealt? Would those teams all have been better off focusing on domestic matters? The only way into the elite now seems through significant financial power. Monaco made it to last season&#39;s Champions League semi-finals but the riches of the Premier League and PSG proved a draw too great for so many of their key players and they finished bottom of their group with two points this time around. The European elite is moving away from the rest, and breaking into it is looking more difficult than ever. Tottenham might challenge them this season but even if they do, what would their reward be? A multi-million pound move for Harry Kane to Real Madrid, most likely.
Are we seeing the death of the European underdog?
Here is a selection of results from this season's Champions League group stage: Liverpool 7-0 Spartak Moscow; APOEL Nicosia 0-6 Real Madrid; Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 Celtic; Chelsea 6-0 Qarabag; Maribor 0-7 Liverpool; PSG 5-0 Anderlecht. Since then, the six knockout stage games so far have seen Manchester City beat Basel 4-0 away from home and Liverpool win 5-0 at Porto, before Bayern Munich thrashed Besiktas 5-0 last night. In total, there have already been 12 occasions in this season's competition where a team has scored five or more goals. That is already the joint-most in any of the last 10 seasons, with 10 games still to come in this round alone. Too many more one-sided games in the latter stages of the competition may be unlikely, but the fact there have been so many is indicative of a growing trend. The only other campaign that can match 2017/18 for Champions League thrashings is, you've guessed it, 2016/17. Number of times a team scored five or more goals in a game | Champions League Three of the last four seasons have seen five or more goals scored in a game at least 10 times. None of the previous six campaigns reached 10 games in total. The manner of Bayern's resounding win over Besiktas followed the idea that there is a growing chasm between two tiers of European football: the elite and the rest. Second round ties that are 'finished' - or as good as over - after the first leg are increasingly commonplace. In the last 10 years, 10 first legs have been won by three or more goals in the first knockout round. Five of those (all by four or more goals) have occurred either this season or last. Second round first legs won by 3+ goals | Champions League Just as the 'big six' are breaking away in the Premier League, Europe's elite competition is increasingly dominated by the game's richest sides. The last five winners of the Champions League reads like a list of Europe's heavyweights: Real Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich. Before that? Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Manchester United, AC Milan, Barcelona. Chelsea winning in 2011/12 was a surprise but when a filthy rich club funded by a billionaire Russian oligarch are the plucky underdog that really says something. Not since Liverpool in 2005 have we seen a true outsider lift the trophy. A run like that of 1991 to 1999 when nine different teams from seven different countries won the competition is unthinkable now. This season, it looks - so far, at least - as though the favourites will progress from each of the second-round ties, with Tottenham's potential path past Juventus the exception. But remember, Tottenham ranked 11th in Deloitte's 2018 rich list. They may be challenging the status quo both domestically and in Europe, but they are hardlypoor, and seeing off Juve having already won their group would not be a gigantic upset. Will we ever see another shock like Mourinho's Porto in 2004? Credit: Action images Jose Mourinho leading Porto to Champions League glory in 2004 has become a distant memory, a figment of the imagination, no more than a dream for the lesser sides, no longer anything resembling a possible reality. What chance did Porto, Besiktas and Basel stand in this season's competition? What hope did they have of winning the Champions League this season? How much chance was there of them even reaching the quarter-finals without a favourable draw like that which Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk have been dealt? Would those teams all have been better off focusing on domestic matters? The only way into the elite now seems through significant financial power. Monaco made it to last season's Champions League semi-finals but the riches of the Premier League and PSG proved a draw too great for so many of their key players and they finished bottom of their group with two points this time around. The European elite is moving away from the rest, and breaking into it is looking more difficult than ever. Tottenham might challenge them this season but even if they do, what would their reward be? A multi-million pound move for Harry Kane to Real Madrid, most likely.
Here is a selection of results from this season&#39;s Champions League group stage: Liverpool 7-0 Spartak Moscow; APOEL Nicosia 0-6 Real Madrid; Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 Celtic; Chelsea 6-0 Qarabag; Maribor 0-7 Liverpool; PSG 5-0 Anderlecht. Since then, the six knockout stage games so far have seen Manchester City beat Basel 4-0 away from home and Liverpool win 5-0 at Porto, before Bayern Munich thrashed Besiktas 5-0 last night. In total, there have already been 12 occasions in this season&#39;s competition where a team has scored five or more goals. That is already the joint-most in any of the last 10 seasons, with 10 games still to come in this round alone. Too many more one-sided games in the latter stages of the competition may be unlikely, but the fact there have been so many is indicative of a growing trend. The only other campaign that can match 2017/18 for Champions League thrashings is, you&#39;ve guessed it, 2016/17. Number of times a team scored five or more goals in a game | Champions League Three of the last four seasons have seen five or more goals scored in a game at least 10 times. None of the previous six campaigns reached 10 games in total. The manner of Bayern&#39;s resounding win over Besiktas followed the idea that there is a growing chasm between two tiers of European football: the elite and the rest. Second round ties that are &#39;finished&#39; - or as good as over - after the first leg are increasingly commonplace. In the last 10 years, 10 first legs have been won by three or more goals in the first knockout round. Five of those (all by four or more goals) have occurred either this season or last. Second round first legs won by 3+ goals | Champions League Just as the &#39;big six&#39; are breaking away in the Premier League, Europe&#39;s elite competition is increasingly dominated by the game&#39;s richest sides. The last five winners of the Champions League reads like a list of Europe&#39;s heavyweights: Real Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich. Before that? Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Manchester United, AC Milan, Barcelona. Chelsea winning in 2011/12 was a surprise but when a filthy rich club funded by a billionaire Russian oligarch are the plucky underdog that really says something. Not since Liverpool in 2005 have we seen a true outsider lift the trophy. A run like that of 1991 to 1999 when nine different teams from seven different countries won the competition is unthinkable now. This season, it looks - so far, at least - as though the favourites will progress from each of the second-round ties, with Tottenham&#39;s potential path past Juventus the exception. But remember, Tottenham ranked 11th in Deloitte&#39;s 2018 rich list. They may be challenging the status quo both domestically and in Europe, but they are hardlypoor, and seeing off Juve having already won their group would not be a gigantic upset. Will we ever see another shock like Mourinho&#39;s Porto in 2004? Credit: Action images Jose Mourinho leading Porto to Champions League glory in 2004 has become a distant memory, a figment of the imagination, no more than a dream for the lesser sides, no longer anything resembling a possible reality. What chance did Porto, Besiktas and Basel stand in this season&#39;s competition? What hope did they have of winning the Champions League this season? How much chance was there of them even reaching the quarter-finals without a favourable draw like that which Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk have been dealt? Would those teams all have been better off focusing on domestic matters? The only way into the elite now seems through significant financial power. Monaco made it to last season&#39;s Champions League semi-finals but the riches of the Premier League and PSG proved a draw too great for so many of their key players and they finished bottom of their group with two points this time around. The European elite is moving away from the rest, and breaking into it is looking more difficult than ever. Tottenham might challenge them this season but even if they do, what would their reward be? A multi-million pound move for Harry Kane to Real Madrid, most likely.
Are we seeing the death of the European underdog?
Here is a selection of results from this season's Champions League group stage: Liverpool 7-0 Spartak Moscow; APOEL Nicosia 0-6 Real Madrid; Paris Saint-Germain 7-1 Celtic; Chelsea 6-0 Qarabag; Maribor 0-7 Liverpool; PSG 5-0 Anderlecht. Since then, the six knockout stage games so far have seen Manchester City beat Basel 4-0 away from home and Liverpool win 5-0 at Porto, before Bayern Munich thrashed Besiktas 5-0 last night. In total, there have already been 12 occasions in this season's competition where a team has scored five or more goals. That is already the joint-most in any of the last 10 seasons, with 10 games still to come in this round alone. Too many more one-sided games in the latter stages of the competition may be unlikely, but the fact there have been so many is indicative of a growing trend. The only other campaign that can match 2017/18 for Champions League thrashings is, you've guessed it, 2016/17. Number of times a team scored five or more goals in a game | Champions League Three of the last four seasons have seen five or more goals scored in a game at least 10 times. None of the previous six campaigns reached 10 games in total. The manner of Bayern's resounding win over Besiktas followed the idea that there is a growing chasm between two tiers of European football: the elite and the rest. Second round ties that are 'finished' - or as good as over - after the first leg are increasingly commonplace. In the last 10 years, 10 first legs have been won by three or more goals in the first knockout round. Five of those (all by four or more goals) have occurred either this season or last. Second round first legs won by 3+ goals | Champions League Just as the 'big six' are breaking away in the Premier League, Europe's elite competition is increasingly dominated by the game's richest sides. The last five winners of the Champions League reads like a list of Europe's heavyweights: Real Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich. Before that? Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Manchester United, AC Milan, Barcelona. Chelsea winning in 2011/12 was a surprise but when a filthy rich club funded by a billionaire Russian oligarch are the plucky underdog that really says something. Not since Liverpool in 2005 have we seen a true outsider lift the trophy. A run like that of 1991 to 1999 when nine different teams from seven different countries won the competition is unthinkable now. This season, it looks - so far, at least - as though the favourites will progress from each of the second-round ties, with Tottenham's potential path past Juventus the exception. But remember, Tottenham ranked 11th in Deloitte's 2018 rich list. They may be challenging the status quo both domestically and in Europe, but they are hardlypoor, and seeing off Juve having already won their group would not be a gigantic upset. Will we ever see another shock like Mourinho's Porto in 2004? Credit: Action images Jose Mourinho leading Porto to Champions League glory in 2004 has become a distant memory, a figment of the imagination, no more than a dream for the lesser sides, no longer anything resembling a possible reality. What chance did Porto, Besiktas and Basel stand in this season's competition? What hope did they have of winning the Champions League this season? How much chance was there of them even reaching the quarter-finals without a favourable draw like that which Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk have been dealt? Would those teams all have been better off focusing on domestic matters? The only way into the elite now seems through significant financial power. Monaco made it to last season's Champions League semi-finals but the riches of the Premier League and PSG proved a draw too great for so many of their key players and they finished bottom of their group with two points this time around. The European elite is moving away from the rest, and breaking into it is looking more difficult than ever. Tottenham might challenge them this season but even if they do, what would their reward be? A multi-million pound move for Harry Kane to Real Madrid, most likely.
Carlo Volpi, agente di Stefano Sturaro, parla di un possibile addio: &quot;Felice alla Juventus, ma a fine anno valuteremo. Tante società interessate&quot;.
Juventus, l'agente di Sturaro: "Vuole di più per se stesso"
Carlo Volpi, agente di Stefano Sturaro, parla di un possibile addio: "Felice alla Juventus, ma a fine anno valuteremo. Tante società interessate".

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