Cape Town - Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta has revealed that the club rejected offers from "top European clubs" for sought-after duo Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal in the off-season. Pogba has been on the radar of PSG for several ... News24, 2 weeks ago
Juve rejected Pogba and Vidal bids - Yahoo! News, 2 weeks ago
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Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed that the club are in contract talks with midfielder Paul Pogba. Pogba has a further two years remaining on his current deal with the Serie A champions, but his future has been the subject of ...Sky Sports, 2 months ago Pogba to stay on at Juventus Gulf Daily News, 11 hours ago JUVENTUS FOOTBALL CLUB : Football: Pogba extends contract with Juventus 4 Traders, 18 hours ago In-demand Pogba extends Juventus deal to 2019 - club Africa News Network7, 1 day ago
Juventus general-director Giuseppe Marotta has told Manchester United to forget about signing Arturo Vidal, as the Chilean international is not for sale. Following the arrivals of Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo, Louis van Gaal is said to ...International Business Times UK, 2 months ago Manchester United Transfer: Juventus to Consider Vidal Sale in January, Roma Refuse to Part With Strootman International Business Times India, 2 weeks ago JUVENTUS FOOTBALL CLUB : vidal back on united radar 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago Manchester United transfer target Arturo Vidal faces heavy Juventus fine over night out Irish Mirror, 2 weeks ago
GOAL.com 1 hour 4 minutes ago Giuseppe Marotta says that Juventus have to better "control" Arturo Vidal after the Chilean was hit with a €100,000 (£78,700) fine for breaching the club's code of conduct. Vidal has established himself as one of ...Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago Juve: No truth in Vidal talk Sky Sports, 2 months ago Juventus again play down Vidal's Man Utd Bayern Munich links Big News Network, 2 months ago
Juventus aiming to keep French midfielder Paul Pogba in Turin 'for a long time' after tripling wages
The Frenchman signed a new five-year deal and CEO Giuseppe Marotta says they intend on keeping him for the full duration Juventus have declared that Paul Pogba's new contract was about more than just protecting his market value - and that they ...Irish Mirror, 5 hours ago Double Blow For Manchester United: After Pogba, They Are Set To Lose Out On Fiorentina Star Too Football Friends Online, 7 hours ago Pogba renews deal to stay at Juventus until 2019 Miami Herald, 17 hours ago Manchester United and Chelsea target Paul Pogba signs new Juventus contract until 2019 Irish Mirror, 22 hours ago
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Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta has hit back at Francesco Totti following the attacker's comments in the wake of Roma's 3-2 loss against the reigning Serie A champions on Sunday. The 38-year-old Giallorossi captain was furious after ...Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago Nedved 'angry' at Totti comments Sky Sports, 2 weeks ago Nedved slams Totti claims of Juventus bias RTE Online, 2 weeks ago Roma's Totti accuses Juventus of match-fixing after contentious defeat The Guardian Nigeria, 2 weeks ago
(AGI) Bergamo, Sept 27 - The CEO of Juventus, Giuseppe Marotta, preferred not to reply in kind to insults by Lazio's president Claudio Lotito after the Football League meeting on Friday. "I don't comment on words that speak for themselves, it's ...AGI.it, 3 weeks ago
GOAL.com Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta believes Massimiliano Allegri deserves a good chunk of the credit for the club's strong start to 2014-15. The appointment of the former AC Milan coach in the summer following Antonio Conte's ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago Juventus - Cesena Preview: Hosts out to maintain perfect record Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago
GOAL.com Giuseppe Marotta believes that this season's Serie A title race will once again be between only Juventus and Roma . The two sides finished first and second last term, with the Bianconeri claiming a third successive Scudetto courtesy of ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
By | Goal.com Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta is confident that the Serie A champions have learned from their mistakes in the Champions League and can reach the knockout stages this term. The Bianconeri failed to survive the group ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago Marotta rules out Juventus bid for Falcao Yahoo! Singapore, 2 months ago
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