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MN: Kjaer has no intention of leaving and Milan want to keep him
Simon Kjaer has recovered from the serious knee injury he sustained back in December of 2021 and he will be present for the first pre-season training tomorrow. And the transfer rumours? They are unfounded.
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Inter Won’t Consider Offers Under €40M For Denzel Dumfries & Believe His Value Will Increase Further, Italian Media Report
Inter would be extremely reluctant to consider any offers for wingback Denzel Dumfries that are under €40 million, and feel that his value will rise even further.
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Juventus Coach Keen on Unlikely Trade Deal with Inter
Massimiliano Allegri has prompted Juventus to explore the possibility of a swap with Inter involving Juan Cuadrado and Edin Dzeko
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There is a lot going on at Hellas Verona today, because seemingly done deals have changed, with Matteo Cancellieri switching Sassuolo for Lazio and Nicolò Casale stalling Monza.
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Allegri disagrees with Juventus management over transfer target
When Max Allegri decided to make his return to Juventus, observers believed that the manager will wield more power within the club in his second tenure and will thus have a major say when it comes to the transfer market.
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AC Milan To Rival Inter For Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic After Missing Out On Lille’s Sven Botman
AC Milan are ready to rival Inter to sign Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic after missing out on the signing of Sven Botman from Lille.
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Juventus wants both Di Maria and Zaniolo despite contradictory rumours
of MariaTRANSFER NEWSJuventus wants both Di Maria and Zaniolo despite contradictory rumoursJUNE 26, 2022 - 6:30 PMJuventus has targeted Nicolo Zaniolo and Angel di Maria in the last few months.They are closing in on a move for the latter, who has ended his contract at PSG.
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Juventus confirm their stance on De Ligt amid Chelsea transfer interest
Juventus will not accept a player plus cash deal to allow Matthijs de Ligt to join Chelsea this summer.
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Napoli’s perfect start ended by Roma ahead of Inter-Juventus
Napoli’s perfect start to the season came to an end on Sunday with a 0-0 draw at Roma in Serie A. Napoli had won all eight of its Italian league matches in a stunning start to the season but it couldn’t find a way past Roma, despite hitting the woodwork twice in quick succession and having a late winner ruled out. Read more at:
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According to reports in Italy, José Mourinho will punish five Roma players after their disappointing performance against Bodo/Glimt by sending them to the stands against Napoli. Today, the Giallorossi return to the pitch at 17.00 UK time, hosting the Serie A leaders at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Roma suffered one of the most embarrassing defeats in the club’s history earlier this week by losing 6-1 away against Bodo/Glimt in the Conference League.
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Mourinho suffers heaviest defeat of managerial career as Roma lose 6-1 to Bodo/Glimt
On a night when Tottenham suffered a shock defeat at Vitesse, former Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was having an even worse time. The Portuguese endured one of the heaviest defeats of his managerial career - and certainly the most surprising - as his Roma side were thrashed 6-1 by Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League.
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From Flintshire to Serie A - the North Wales footballers who plied their trade abroad
As we all know, North Wales has produced some top-class footballing talent over the years, with dozens of top-flight players hailing from this area and establishing themselves as household names across the border in England. However, in this article we're going to take a look at some of the players who have played in some of the top leagues overseas and a couple of them might surprise you. Below are a few of our players who've played top-flight football abroad, in no particular order.
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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri confirmed Matthijs de Ligt has ‘fully recovered’ and will start against Zenit St Petersburg on Wednesday. ‘Arthur will get some more minutes’. The Bianconeri travel to Russia for the third round of fixtures in the group stage of the Champions League. Juventus have won their first two games without conceding any goals and De Ligt, who missed the big game against Roma in Serie A, will be back in defence against Zenit.
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Roma coach Jose Mourinho seems set to cope without Nicolò Zaniolo for the next two games in Serie A, but reportedly aims to have the Italy international back against Milan. The instrumental tests ruled out an injury for Zaniolo, who had to be replaced by Stephan El Shaarawy in the first half of the 1-0 defeat to Juventus on Sunday.
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Milan coach Stefano Pioli recovers one and loses another, as Ante Rebic joins Theo Hernandez, Mike Maignan and Brahim Diaz on the list of absentees. La Gazzetta dello Sport highlights the Croatian is the latest of setbacks at the Rossoneri ahead of the match against FC Porto in the Champions League.