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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea wary of long trips ahead after Champions League draw

Last year no Premier League side made it past the Champions League round of 16. How will they fare this year?

Chelsea face "not an easy draw at all" after they were placed in a Champions League group with Porto, Dynamo Kiev and Maccabi Tel Aviv, former Blues goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini says.

Manager Jose Mourinho is intimately familiar with Porto, having led them to the European title in 2004.

The Blues managed to avoid the elite Madrid clubs that were in Pot 2, but Cudicini, who attended the draw in his role as global ambassador for Chelsea, insisted that Porto will be every bit as difficult.


- Full Draw: Man City handed toughest group
- Marcotti: Tough draw for City, Barca | SPI predictions
- Group A: Real Madrid, PSG through | Group B: Man Utd top?
- Group C: Atletico top | Group D: Man City test
- Group E: Barca ease | Group F: Bayern, Arsenal
- Group G: Chelsea to cruise | Group H: Zenit upset?
- FC TV: Prem's chances | Rapid reax | Tables | Fixtures


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City get tricky Champions League group vs. Juventus; relief for United

Last year no Premier League side made it past the Champions League round of 16. How will they fare this year?
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes go group-by-group to break down the 2015 UEFA Champions League draw.

Manchester City have been handed a tough Champions League group stage draw against Juventus, Sevilla and Borussia Monchengladbach.

City, who also dealt with tough draws in the past four seasons of the Champions League, were selected in Group D with last season's finalists and the Europa League champions.

Holders Barcelona, meanwhile, are in Group E alongside Roma, who finished second in Serie A last season, Bayer Leverkusen and BATE Borisov.

Barcelona lifted the trophy for the fifth time in their...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jesus Corona interested in Porto, says agent

Jesus Corona's explosiveness made him a key figure in Mexico's Gold Cup title run.
Jesus Corona would like to join Porto, his agent said.

The agent of Mexico international Jesus "Tecatito" Corona said his player is eager to join the ranks of Porto, according to a report.

Corona is eager to learn the outcome of the negotiations between his current club, Twente and the Portuguese League side.

"Jesus Corona was excited when he found out about Porto's hypothetical interest in his services," Matias Bunge told O Jogo on Tuesday.

Twente was docked points...

 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus a dream come true for Alex Sandro

With Juan Cuadrado headed to Juventus on a season long loan it looks like the reigning champs will have more options going forward.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti says there's no reason for Juventus to be concerned despite their opening-match defeat by Udinese.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri regrets the injuries in his squad before their opening Serie A fixture against Udinese
While Shaka Hislop still believes in the strength of a newly renovated Juventus side, ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti believes that it will be AS Roma that lift the trophy in the Italian league.
The ESPN FC panel discuss the start of Serie A and Gab Marcotti contends that Juventus will not retain their crown in what he calls a crowded field.

Alex Sandro said joining Juventus from Porto this summer was "a dream come true" as he was officially presented as a Bianconeri player on Monday.

The Brazilian full-back completed a €26-million move to Turin last week, in time to soak up the atmosphere at the Juventus Stadium on Sunday. Although named as a substitute for the 1-0 defeat to Udinese, Sandro did not feature.

He is set to make his first appearance when Juve travel to Roma next weekend, however, having got to know his new surroundings...

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Alex Sandro signs for Juventus after Porto agree €26 million fee

Juventus paid out €26 million for Porto left-back Alex Sandro.

Brazil international Alex Sandro signed a five-year contract with Juventus on Thursday after the Serie A side agreed a €26 million transfer with Porto.

The signing became official after Sandro passed his medical in Turin, with the Portuguese club confirming the transfer fee.

The 24-year-old will be Juventus'...