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Experience will help Juve

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paul Pogba turned down Chelsea move, Townsend to leave Spurs?

Former Man United player Paul Pogba reportedly turned down a move to Chelsea in favor of staying with Juventus.

The transfer window may be closed, but the rumours just keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals right here.

Pogba rejected €85 million Chelsea move

Juventus maintained a firm stance on keeping Paul Pogba all summer despite interest from a host of elite clubs, though it appears the Serie A champions may have been willing to sell the midfielder after all. La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the 22-year-old France international rejected an €85...

 By Chris Wright

Juventus fan has Juan Cuadrado's face shaved into his hair

Having gone entirely under the radar during his ill-fated stint at Chelsea, it would appear that Juan Cuadrado has found himself an altogether more appreciative audience since moving to Juventus over the summer.

Fans flocked to the airport to welcome the former Fiorentina man back on to Italian soil and now one Juventus supporter has gone the extra mile in his bid to make Cuadrado feel loved again.

 By Mina Rzouki

Dybala leading Juventus' new-look attack and living up to the hype

Inter Milan's Hernanes and Marseille's Mario Lemina hope to boost Juventus' midfield following their deadline day arrival.

With the transfer window now closed, it's time to look at Juventus' deals and whether Max Allegri can be pleased with his summer business.

Ins

Paulo Dybala (Palermo, £23.6m); Alex Sandro (Porto, £19m); Mario Mandzukic (Atletico Madrid, £14m); Simone Zaza (Sassuolo, £13m); Hernanes (Inter, £8m); Sami Khedira (Real Madrid, free); Norberto Neto (Fiorentina, free); Juan Cuadrado (Chelsea, loan); Mario Lemina (Olympique Marseille, loan)

Outs

Arturo Vidal (Bayern Munich, £28m);...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus are playing poorly, but Max Allegri has time to turn the ship around

Gab Marcotti and the ESPN FC panel discuss Roma's impressive performance against Juventus, albeit a 10-man Juventus.

On a weekend in which Chelsea suffered another defeat, Manchester United lost and Liverpool were humiliated, one would think that you could depend on Juventus to continue down their path of predictable success. However, in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Juventus disappointed yet again, incurring another defeat on the second day of the season - something that hasn't happened since 1912.

Panic has ensued. A Bianconeri side that once played with character and determination seems to have given way to a...

Juventus and Roma's Serie A title credentials already under scrutiny

While ESPN FC's Stevie Nicol says that next week's match-up between Juventus and Roma can go either way, Craig Burley thinks that last year's Champions League finalist need a formidable challenge in Serie A.
ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein believes Juventus are merely testing the waters for Paul Pogba and not seriously considering offers this transfer window.
The pressure is intense on Juve and Roma managers Massimiliano Allegri and Rudi Garcia ahead of this weekend's clash.

Only five Scudetto-winning teams in history have opened the season with a defeat. All of them came under the Mole Antonelliana in Turin, and it's something of a Torino trademark. The Granata have pulled it off three times, while neighbours Juventus have also done it twice. The last time they did it in a curtain-raiser of a campionato was in 1974-75.

No wonder Max Allegri and the club are not panicking. "Serie A is a marathon, not the final of the 100m," he reminded everyone after Juventus opened...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus will need to draw on experience in difficult Group D

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to the Champions League campaigns for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

A certain few highlighted how lady luck smiled upon Juve last season, paving their way to the final by throwing easy challenges their way. After all, Borussia Dortmund were in the midst of their worst season under Jurgen Klopp, Monaco had sold off many of their stars and were far inferior in technical terms while Real Madrid, some opined, were an easier prospect that Bayern Munich or Barcelona.

To win, one always needs a little luck, but the Old Lady earned everything she achieved last season,...