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Arsenal in ‘advanced conversations’ with Juventus over £44m deal for £100k-per-week favourite

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According to Cadena Ser, Arsenal are in ‘advanced conversations’ with Juventus over a £44m deal for £100k-per-week defender Hector Bellerin.

The 23-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Emirates on account of the Gunners reportedly wanting to cash in before the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Dybala hat-trick helps Juventus maintain perfect record

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Milan (AFP) – A Paulo Dybala hat-trick lifted Juventus back to the summit of Serie A alongside Inter Milan with a 3-1 victory at Sassuolo on Sunday making it four wins out of four for the champions.

The Argentina forward left the pitch ten minutes from the end to a standing ovation from the crowd at the Mapei Stadium following a masterclass performance by the 23-year-old who has now scored eight goals in four games.

Dybala hat-trick helps Juventus maintain perfect record

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Milan (AFP) – A Paulo Dybala hat-trick lifted Juventus back to the summit of Serie A alongside Inter Milan with a 3-1 victory at Sassuolo on Sunday making it four wins out of four for the champions.

The Argentina forward left the pitch ten minutes from the end to a standing ovation from the crowd at the Mapei Stadium following a masterclass performance by the 23-year-old who has now scored eight goals in four games.

Future is bright in Turin for reigning champions Juventus

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Juventus faced Barcelona in the Champions League final with what can definitively be called a veteran team. The Old Lady started Gianluigi Buffon, Patrice Evra, Andrea Barzagli, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez, all of whom are over 30 years of age.

With Pirlo and Tevez departing, the Bianconeri took the opportunity to make the squad much younger in an effort to once again reach the Champions League final and this time win it.

Juventus vs Barcelona – 2015 Champions League Final Tactical Preview

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Juventus vs Barcelona – 2015 Champions League final: Four under-the-radar players who could steal the show

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From Italy: Manchester United prepare bid to sign Juventus star

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From Italy: Manchester United prepare bid to sign Juventus star - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester United and Juventus were probably the two most mentioned clubs in the summer in English and Italian press. Reason Arturo Vidal. United were heavily interested in the Chilean midfielder, as per plethora of reports, but in the end the deal didn't materialise, for whatever reason.

Arsenal target set to sign three year deal

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Arsenal target set to sign three year deal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

According to reports from the trusted and reliable Gianluca Di Marzio website, Arenal target Stephan Lichtsteiner is set to sign a new contract with Juventus which will keep him at Turin till 2017.

The Swiss right back has been linked with Arsenal over the past few months and it was believed that with his stalling talks of a contract extension, the North London club could have signed him on a cut price deal in January.

French Moneybags To Beat Arsenal To In-Demand Juventus Star?

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Paris Saint-Germain are looking to derail Arsenal's bid to sign Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner. According to Forza Italian Football, the French champions have had the Swiss international as a target for a long time now, and are looking to sign him in January.

From Italy: Arsenal aim to complete cut price deal for Serie A winner

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Arsenal would be delighted with the recent reports that are currently coming out of Italy. According to a story in the trusted and reliable TMW, Serie A champions Juventus could well let go right back Stephan Lichtsteiner.

Juventus vs Real Madrid: Projected Lineups As Italian and Spanish Giants Collide

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Antonio Conte and Carlo Ancelotti lead their respective sides against one another once more as the two sides look for victory in the fourth round of the group stage in Group B of the UEFA Champions League.

Madrid are in the drivers seat and victory over Juve could all but wrap up their trip to the knockout stages, while Juventus are nearly already eliminated as their return to the top of European competition has them struggling with only two points from three matches.

Juventus Thump Lazio To Win The SuperCup

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Any worries that fans had after Juventus's poor preseason were erased today as Juve thumped Lazio 4-0 to win the Italian Super Cup.

Lazio were playing on home soil but they were comprehensively beaten by the Serie A champions. It represented Juve's second straight Super Cup triumph and sixth in total, equalling AC Milan's record.

Five Things Juventini Can Look for This Weekend

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Five Things Juventini Can Look for This Weekend

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Juventus Held While Lazio Stunned By Chievo

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Davide Ballardini begin his second tenure as Genoa coach with an impressive result as he saw his side hold Serie A leaders Juventus to a 1-1 draw in Turin.

Juve controlled the first half, but it took until the 54th minute for the breakthrough to arrive. An excellent run from the tireless Stephan Lichtsteiner down the right culminated in a pull-back that provided a simple close-range finish for Fabio Quagliarella.

Juventus Extends Lead In Serie A

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Serie A leaders Juventus eked out a 1-0 victory away against Palermo to increase their lead at the Serie A summit to four points, while Inter Milan beat Napoli 2-1 to leapfrog Walter Mazzarri's men into second.

Juve had suspended coach Antonio Conte back on the sideline for the first time this season as his suspension in the match-fixing scandal has ended.

Serie A: Just Football’s Team of the Season 2011-2012

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In 4-3-3 formation....

GK: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus)

A relatively easy call to make. 'Superman' has been back to his best form in Serie A this season and won his fair share of points for La Vecchia Signora with some outstanding personal performances.

Stubbornness Costs Juve

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Juventus missed the chance to join Milan at the top of Serie A after being held to a 1-1 draw by Bologna at the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara on Wednesday. Juve went in to this rescheduled clash having drawn the past two matches and Antonio Conte surprisingly started Marco Borriello in a trident attack with Mirko Vucinic and the returning Simone Pepe.

Forget Milan, Time to Focus on Chievo

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Juventus left Milan with a point on Saturday, but not before a drama-filled 90 minutes that still has fans and the media debating. From phantom goals to offside calls, punches to scuffles, the match kept the moviola busy and threw in some decent football too. Both sides can feel rightly aggrieved over a goal disallowed by linesman Roberto Romagnoli, but the fallout now appears to surround.

Andrea Pirlo: The Evergreen Veteran Leading Juve’s Scudetto Charge

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Saturday evening will be a strange one for Andrea Pirlo. This time last season he had fallen out of favor with his manager as his Milan teammates charged through Serie A en route to their 18th scudetto. Twelve months later he has become an integral part in orchestrating Juventus' offense as they make their own charge for the league title.

Stephan Lichtsteiner: A Force to Be Reckoned With

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Just several weeks into the summer transfer window Juventus sealed the deal for Swiss defender Stephan Lichtsteiner from Lazio for a fee of 10 million euros. Although the other summer signing, Andrea Pirlo, has received most the praise so far this season, Lichtsteiner has arguably been the more consistent of the two.

Juventus In-Focus: Caceres Key To Left-Back Issue

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Juventus will be at home for the first time in 2012 on Sunday when they welcome Cagliari to the Juventus Stadium. Starting the New Year off with more of a whimper than a bang, Juve did manage to take home the three points from Lecce even if it was a struggle. As Antonio Conte stated afterwards, they will look to build from that match and improve their performance.

Serie A Week 12 Preview: Lazio vs Juventus

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Two title contenders will be squaring off this Saturday in Rome as Juventus travel to Lazio. The two clubs are currently sitting at the top of the table with 22 points a side, and they are arguably the two most in form clubs at the moment in Serie A. Coming into this match, Juventus are the only unbeaten side in Italy with 6 wins and 4 draws.

Napoli vs Juventus Scudetto Contenders Duke It Out

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by serieaweekly guest writer Matthew Coccoluto This Sunday will see Juventus travel to the San Paolo to take on Napoli and as always there are some interesting story lines coming into this matchup. Juventus are coming off a strong win against Inter last weekend and are hoping to remain the leagues only unbeaten team.

Team of the Week: Brilliant Bianconeri Show the Champions How It’s Done

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Before Sunday night Juventus' start to the season hadn't been anything to write home about. Laboured performances against Siena, Bologna and Catania had eroded some of the optimism born from the opening day's 4-1 thrashing of Parma. The Vecchia Signora took five points from these games but their displays were arduous: plenty of heart, but little fluidity or panache.

Serie A Preview: Siena vs Juventus

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Serie A finally got underway last weekend and the main story to come out of it was a team of the week Juventus with an opening day 4-1 win over Parma in the beautiful new Juventus stadium. Sunday afternoon saw match day 3 underway (unofficially day 2) with Juventus traveling to newly promoted Siena. An attack-minded Juventus was a joy to watch with their attacking 4-4-2 formation (4-2-4).

Italian Serie A 2011-12 Club Preview: Juventus

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2010-2011 Recap Following many changes both in management with the appointment of newly elected president, Andrea Agnelli, followed by General manager Beppe Marotta and manager Luigi Del Neri, the trio brought no fewer than twelve new faces to the squad that had already come off from a disappointing season under former manager Ciro Ferrara, and his predecessor Alberto Zaccheroni.

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Allegri confident Higuain can play with broken finger

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Turin (Italy) (AFP) – Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said he was confident Gonzalo Higuain can play Friday’s Serie A clash with Napoli despite having surgery on a broken finger this week.

“Gonzalo Higuain’s hand is still hurting, but we’re quietly confident about his chances.

Switzerland made to wait after Romania draw

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Paris (AFP) Switzerland were frustated in their attempt to book a place in the knockout stage of Euro 2016 after a 1-1 draw on Wednesday against Group A rivals Romania in Paris.

Bogdan Stancu's penalty gave Romania the advantage at a sunny Parc des Princes and the Swiss spurned a host of chances to score before Admir Mehmedi slammed home to level just before the hour mark.

Switzerland made to wait after Romania draw

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Paris (AFP) Switzerland were frustated in their attempt to book a place in the knockout stage of Euro 2016 after a 1-1 draw on Wednesday against Group A rivals Romania in Paris.

Bogdan Stancu's penalty gave Romania the advantage at a sunny Parc des Princes and the Swiss spurned a host of chances to score before Admir Mehmedi slammed home to level just before the hour mark.

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Switzerland, Romania settle for draw

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Switzerland could have sealed a spot in Euro 2016's knockout rounds on Wednesday, but an early penalty kick doomed the Swiss to a draw.

After conceding a first half penalty kick, Switzerland required a second half leveler from Admir Mehmedi to seal a 1-1 tiewith Romania.

Against the run of play, Romania took the lead in the 18th minute through a penalty kick, their second of the young tournament.

Italian Serie A 2011-2012 Club Preview: S.S. Lazio

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The 2010-11 season was filled with amazing highs and relative lows for Lazio fans. Le Aquile soared to the top of the table early in the season and remained there for a month or so before toppling under the immense pressure of a wonderful Milan side. They eventually slipped down to fifth, losing out on Champions League.