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http://www.gazzettaworld.com/video/evra-reaction-higuain-signing/
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I wonder how the Chelsea players are handling Conte's workouts :D
Will the "I never worked this hard in my life" interview be coming up soon? :P
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Outta curiosity who would you guys keep between Mandzukic and Zaza.
Let's say we get 30 from Zaza or 20 from Mario.
Mandzukic definitely
keep both would be my option
we are not in need of money, so the question is who is willing to be second fiddle to our 90m signing?
Zaza would probably.

With better wing play Mandzukic can double his effectiveness both in passing and goals though.
Zaza has aggression problems.


Can't decide.
And let's not forget that we're still in for Gabigol. If he's also coming, well... I must say we should loan Zaza for this season and let Mandzukic leave in next season.

Unless we're playing with 2 CFs and Dybala behind them.
wrote it somewhere before, gonna write it here again

2 things gonna happen in this transfer window;

1. Higuain join Juve- check
2. Pogba staying
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I hope you're right....but as long as Pogba doesn't go to United I'm happy...don't really mind if Real Madrid signs him though
And then Pogba signs new contract worth millions.... one can dream.
Just when Juve was getting praises about spending wisely and now this?!

Let's hope he proves to be worth the money for you guys. I would like to see Pogba also stick around as well.
I'm getting really tired of this tbh. The numbers speak for themselves. You ought to know and this is 2016 people! World class strikers go for insane money.
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Bienvenido Pipita‬ !! xD

Fee of €90 million, 5-year contract.

http://www.juventus.com/en/news/news/2016/higuain-joins-juventus-.php
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Can't wait for the new season to start, so many new signings!

Although the fee is over the top, won't complain if this means success in the Champions League!
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s**t tons of money, but now we can only hope that the team gels in extraordinary fashion. Despite popular belief goals won't come just because he is on the field. We need to be able to play that game.

With the loss allure of Serie A, we couldn't really sign a star forward from outside so Marotta and co decided to buy last year's top scorer.
This basically hands the Scudetto to us on paper as both Napoli and Roma lost their best player to us.


As for Europe...I just hope we get the chemistry down fast so we can compete with usual suspects. Even though we beat City back-to-back last year, most PL fanboys still have a big mouth so I hope we run into most of them.
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A lot of money for sure, but the man guarantees goals. Pure strikers aren't bound by age as much as your Pacey tricks and glitz players. Lets face it, Argentina produces the best forwards and I dare anyone in these forums to challenge that. Messi Tevez Higuain Aguero Dybala... checkmate.

ps his ratio for Argentina is pretty much on par with Messi and better than Aguero. He is one of the best strikers in the world. Period.
Would it be too crazy to think that we are making all these signings as a deterrent to keep other players from leaving? I wonder if Pogba might be relishing the thought of playing in this squad....
He is Serie A's record top scorer. Just want you guys to not forget that.

I was actually thinking about other options for that much money for an out and out striker,no wingers no second strikers and here is my take based on goals

1-Suarez: 29 years old 40 goals. Older and harder to buy plus he is iffy
2-Higuain 28, 36 goals
3-Lewandowski 27, 30 goals. Around the same price if not more and have to convince the man to leave Bayern for us which means an insane salary( I think he earns around 10 at Bayern already)

4-Harry Kane 22 , 25 goals. I don't think he is good enough in the 1st place not to mention around the same amount of money

5-Aubameyang 27, 25 goals. Seem like a good option but he thrives on counter attacks and around the same money.

then there are Benzema(not as good and gotta buy from Real) , Aguero(injury prone and short) and Cavani(not the same anymore), Griezmann 100 mil buyout clause, great talent but then again short and not a 9 type player that we need.

After you consider all that it seems like a pretty good deal.
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@ Sam he should. He has a chance to play in this team and fight for CL or start all over in a team that might not even be in CL come 2017.
Insane move. 90M, dude better proves his price tag.

Now Allegri doesn't have any excuses to not aim for winning the CL.
Honest question: would you guys like to see the traditional great Italian teams like AC Milan, Inter & Roma to reach their former best levels again, knowing it'll make for a more exciting and competitive Serie A, but costing you guys at least half of the potential trophies?

Yesterday I said on the Arsenal forum the Serie A has bored me for a long time because of your dominance, and because frankly I don't watch it nearly enough anymore. If I'd have been a Juventus fan, I think it would satisfy me much more to win half as many titles competing with other world class teams than winning them relatively easily since Conte made Juve great again and the others were on a serious downward slope. Only Napoli and Roma have been somewhat threatening you in Italy the recent years.
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To answer your first question I have to say yes we would. A competitive Serie A benefits everyone specially in UCL but not if it exlcludes Italian players. Serie A was at it's finsest from late 80s to 2006 mainly becuase of the quality of home grown talent. Most of the teams you mentioned have failed to address that and have failed to invest their money wisely specially the Milanese Duo.

I do want us to break the 5 in a row record and keep going strong until a worthy opponent beat us.

When I mentioned that you should watch it more it's because even though the other teams are not as strong as before the games between them are often very entertaining(except for the Milan derby ;) ). The main reason that many of them fail to live up to it in Europe is inconsistency, almost all the teams that made it to europe fail to do so the next year and their form drops. This happens because they either sell their best players ( like Udinese with Sanchez) or complacency or many other reasons.

They need to get their stadiums ready fast and most of them need new management with fresh ideas( as does the Lega which it won't get for a while) and get rid of the Gallianis and Lotitos and bring people in who can improve them from their academies to their business dealings and their image as a club as well. You wouldn't believe the number of childish insults these owners and club chiefs swing at each other every weekend.You don't think it matters but our management and the way the behave affects the players and their mindset. It takes out the negativity.
You look at clubs like Dortmund, Spurs, Atletico and you think how come AC Milan and Inter are not a class above them or at least at the same level and they can be, if they stop with the nonesense! Now that the Chinese are becoming in charge we will have to wait and see what is gonna happen.
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I think that for any true Juventino, this era of dominance is thoroughly enjoyable after the farce of Calciopoli of 2006. It cost us a lot and we had to rebuild from the ground up; whilst it was a slow painful process, it has made us the well-oiled machine that we are now, and I don't feel a hint of sympathy for any of the other teams, particularly the Milan clubs, who took much glee, and many trophies away from what would have been a golden era for us back then.

All that being said, there needs to be better leadership at the FIGC and new outside investment in the league, not just to improve the squads, but also the stadia, training grounds and wage structures. I do enjoy being on top, but I would like to see a better league with more top foreign talent coming in.
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We all want it, but after all the s**t we went through, seeing them all squirm and scurry around does have it's satisfaction factor.

We are doing our part for Italy, but we are the only ones really. The new presidential election didn't bring the freshness everyone wanted. Everyone is looking for instant solutions and quick fixes...

I mean it took years for teams like Roma to realize what a boost the new stadium is for us. Process is way too slow. Government not helping either. It is going to a long time until Serie A will boast about anything.

An international event would certainly boost things, but first the country needs to make itself desirable.
Obviously. If you watched Serie A in late 90s to early 00s, you'll know why.

For me, dominating the league for 5 years straight starts to lower my excitement. Winning against a "lesser" side, despite the rivalry in the past, doesn't really give me a huge amount of satisfaction and pleasure. It's still enjoyable, but different.

As Jujex said, a balanced competition benefits everyone.
So... Anyone excited about the Pja-Pja midfield?
Everyone knows and rates Pjanic, but I believe Pjaca will prove to be a big hit too. He's probably Pogba's replacement and has a similar style; big guy with great technique, prefers to play in the AM positions but can be deployed in the CM or even DM or striker positions.
The way he plays on the wing makes me believe that he will replace Cuadrado. Just watched the Scoutnation vid of him and I like what I see. He has determination and grit which is something we highly value.

His ability to play all over the field is also something that is part of this new era Juve side. Conte started the movement where players need to be able to multitask and he fits the bill.

also he has a CR feel to him dribbling wise.


We have so much depth now, that honestly I can't see what the team will play. Although we will sell a few players, but we are just loaded atm :)
..now if Higuain comes and Pogba stays as well :O

GK: Buffon, Neto
CB: Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Rugani, Benatia
WB: Lichsteiner, Alves, Evra, Sandro
CM: Marchisio, Khedira, Pogba, Pjanic, Sturaro, Lemina, Asamoah
ST: Dybala, Higuain, Pjaca, Mandzukic, (Zaza)

this team has the ability to play any formation.
I think one of was bought to replace pogba goals and assists. Pjaca is replacing caudrado who will go back to chelsea. Pjaca is a winger/forward.
Like Spigy said I hope Allegri will use these players wisely and attack with some balls!!

We also have Hernanes in the midfield FYI ;)
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3 hours ago
While the real world is looking down the back of the sofa, football burns money for a laugh. The transfer market has become such big business there are times when the actual football feels almost secondary
23 hours ago
Gonzalo Higuaín has completed his move from Napoli to Juventus. The fee for the forward is €90m (£75.3m) set in his buyout clause
Yesterday
Juve capitalised on a nervy first-half display by a young Spurs side who improved in the second 45 minutes thanks to the introduction of Erik Lamela, who scored
2 days ago
Sunderland’s David Moyes keen on Adnan Januzaj? | Barcelona in for Sevilla’s Kevin Gameiro? | Swansea to drop £8m on Tottenham’s Alex Pritchard?
3 days ago
Manchester United submitted an increased bid of £92m plus add-ons to sign the Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba
4 days ago
Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuaín has undergone a medical at a Madrid hospital and is set to join the Italian champions
5 days ago
Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has insisted he is not concerned with reports that the France midfielder could join Manchester United for a world record transfer fee and refused to confirm if Pogba has asked to leave Juventus
5 days ago
This perfect one-two shattered a watertight defence and demonstrated the skill, charm and calm that made Baggio so popular with fans, if not always coaches
6 days ago
Juventus have earmarked Moussa Sissoko as their preferred replacement for Paul Pogba and face competition from Everton
6 days ago
Manchester United are close to finalising the purchase of Paul Pogba from Juventus in a transfer worth £92m
1 week ago
Juventus have rejected Manchester United’s first offer for Paul Pogba worth a total of £100m, with £13m of that in performance-related add-ons
1 week ago
Paul Pogba has hinted that he is open to moving to Manchester United this summer, describing his former club as “my first family” and refusing to commit his future to current club, Juventus
1 week ago
Stoke City are set to offer around £12m to sign the Gabon midfielder Mario Lemina from Juventus as Mark Hughes steps up his recruitment drive before the new Premier League season
2 weeks ago
The agent of Paul Pogba, Mino Raiola, will hold talks with Juventus after Euro 2016 to see if he can broker a deal for the player to leave the club and join either Manchester United or Real Madrid
3 weeks ago
Manchester City are considering offering Juventus £51m for Leonardo Bonucci, which would be a world record fee for a defender
3 weeks ago
Paul Pogba has hinted he will join Manchester United only if his first choice of Real Madrid proves impossible
4 weeks ago
From his childhood in Brussels’ notorious Molenbeek district, the Belgium international has developed into one of Europe’s most promising strikers and could be the long-term replacement for Didier Drogba
4 weeks ago
Chelsea have acted with ruthless efficiency to secure the Belgium forward, Michy Batshuayi, from Marseille in a deal worth an initial €40m (£33.2m)
4 weeks ago
Crystal Palace have agreed a fee €38m with Marseille for the Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi and also hope to sign the France goalkeeper Steve Mandanda and Newcastle’s Andros Townsend
1 month ago
Juventus have confirmed the signing of Dani Alves on a two-year contract with the defender given the option to extend the deal by another 12 months
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