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Juventus are well prepared to succeed without Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Paul Mariner discuss the new deals for Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri and veteran midfielder Claudio Marchisio.

Max Allegri believes "this will be a crucial summer" and "a delicate season" for Juventus. Taking a break from a gabbionata -- the five-a-side matches played in rusting cages in his hometown of Livorno -- his assessment isn't the hyperbolic, paranoid musings of a coach playing to the gallery, seeing threats where there are none.

Even by Gigi Buffon's admission, Juventus' rivals made it relatively straightforward for them to retain the Scudetto last season. This year, however, they expect not only...

 By Mina Rzouki

Andrea Pirlo improved Juventus' culture and will be missed

The ESPN FC crew discuss the impact Andrea Pirlo will have in Major League Soccer after Juventus recently confirmed the midfielder's move.

"Being a Juventino is to carry oneself with pride and dignity. Till the very end as President [Andrea] Agnelli would say," wrote Andrea Pirlo in his book I Think Therefore I Play.

A player of immense ability, a magician with the ball and a leader off it, Italy's great playmaker has waved goodbye to Juventus and its adoring fans to begin a new adventure with New York City FC in MLS.

A man who arrived from the red and black side of Milan, Juventus were once the enemy. However, having landed in Turin,...

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Van Persie agrees Fenerbahce move; Arturo Vidal set for Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Manchester United's Robin van Persie can rediscover his best form in a less physically demanding league.

With the summer transfer window now open, join us for the latest updates from across Europe. Find all completed transfers here if you're looking to catch up with the latest deals.

TOP STORIES: Van Persie agrees Fenerbahce move

A report appearing in both The Guardian and Turkish-football.com claims Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has agreed terms on a move to Fenerbahce, citing a source close to the Turkish club.

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus comings and goings bittersweet for Double winners

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti gives his, "Gab-O-Meter" rating of whether or not Paul Pogba is moving to FC Barcelona this season.

As Juventus move forward and begin to spend the money they've accrued after a wonderful campaign, one cannot help but feel a certain sadness. Carlos Tevez has departed while it looks likely Andrea Pirlo will follow suit. Two magicians on the ball, two world-class players who injected creativity and class into a Juventus side that steadily climbed the ladder of success, will be missed. Not only did they lead the club to great success, but they acted as leaders both on and off the pitch.

How long Paul...

 By Chris Wright

Robin van Persie has a dip in the pool with Andrea Pirlo and Daley Blind

As is the case with many of his colleagues, Robin van Persie is currently sunning it up on his summer holidays before having to get back to the nitty-gritty of preseason preparations.

Having already displayed his deep-sea fishing prowess with a mighty shark catch earlier in the week, Van Persie chose to let off further steam with an impromptu dip in the pool with a few of his footballing buddies.

Along with Dutch compatriots Daley Blind and Stefan de Vrij, the Manchester United star, who has been...

 By Michael Cox

Defensive forwards a common trait among Europe's elite

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Steve Nicol assess Man City's potential transfer targets and predict which ones will end up at the Etihad.

Ask an Arsenal supporter about their memories of the "Invincibles" season of 2003-04, and they'll probably mention Thierry Henry's goal return, Dennis Bergkamp's creative genius or Robert Pires' tricky wing play. But one of the most exhilarating parts of Arsenal's play was, somewhat surprisingly, when their star man conceded possession.

Henry's poor touches were few and far between, but when a misplaced pass went to an opponent rather than a teammate, the Frenchman made it his own personal mission...