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Coppa Italia starts Juventus' Treble try

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Transfer Rater: Dani Alves to Chelsea


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Monaco fear poachers, Juve march on

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Transfer Talk: Juventus prep huge bid for Porto star Felipe

Juventus recently bought out Felipe's remaining 25 percent economic rights.

Juventus will try to sign Porto star Felipe and are preparing a €30m offer, reports Portuguese newspaper A Bola. The Dragoes will point to the 28-year-old's €50m release clause, having recently bought out the Brazilian centre-back's remaining 25 percent economic rights for €5m.

For more on Felipe to Juventus, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Zidane guides Real to La Liga glory, Allegri's Juve win again, Terry's sendoff

The ESPN FC crew hail Zinedine Zidane for his part in bringing Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

There was no last day miracle, no "Tenerifazo" like a quarter-century ago when Real Madrid contrived to blow the title 90 minutes from the finish line. What you got instead was an early lead to settle the nerves, some great goalkeeping from Keylor Navas, and Karim Benzema putting the title out of reach by giving Real Madrid their 2-0 lead in the second half.

The victory away to Malaga sealed the club's 33rd league title, although only the club's second since 2008. Whether this reflects shifting...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus clinch record sixth straight Serie A title with easy win vs. Crotone

As Juventus seal a sixth consecutive Serie A crown, Janusz Michallik explains just how impressive the streak is.

By defeating Crotone 3-0, Juventus clinched their sixth successive Serie A title becoming the first club to manage such a feat in Italy. One more trophy to celebrate, Juventus again proved why they have, by far, been the best team in the league.  

Despite the scoreline, it must be said that Crotone played a good game, defending well, remaining compact and providing a threat on the counterattack. Refusing to surrender, the side just lacked the quality required to make a difference.


 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus aim for sixth consecutive Serie A title vs. Crotone

Fresh off a Coppa Italia triumph, Max Allegri says Juventus will end the Serie A title race in the penultimate round.
The FC panel debate the form of the two UCL finalists, citing Juventus as the team more solidified from back to front.

One down, two to go. Juventus lifted their first trophy Wednesday evening, when they defeated Lazio 2-0 to win their third consecutive Coppa Italia trophy. It was a victory that was heavily celebrated, with the club, its squad and the many members of management reaping the rewards for a brilliant project that started more than six years ago.

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A team built carefully, a dressing room famous for its harmonious atmosphere and a coach who must be recognised as one of the best in the world, Juventus believe...

More than full-backs, Dani Alves and Alex Sandro have Juve thinking treble

The FC panel debate the form of the two UCL finalists, citing Juventus as the team more solidified from back to front.
Dani Alves had some fun at the expense of a reporter during Juventus' Coppa Italia title celebration.
Right back Dani Alves produces a sensational volley to score Juventus' second in their 2-1 second-leg win over AS Monaco.

At times with Juventus, it's just like watching Brazil. 

Take last night's Coppa Italia final, for example. Juventus beat Lazio 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico and became the first team in history to win this competition three years running.  Think of it as one treble in preparation for another.

Dani Alves opened the scoring in Rome, running off the shoulder of the hapless Senad Lulic and volleying his shot into the ground, past the Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha. The 34-year-old has...

 By Shaka Hislop

Champions League finalists Juventus and Real Madrid stay first and second

The FC panel debate the form of the two UCL finalists, citing Juventus as the team more solidified from back to front.

It's that time of the season when trophies are handed out and the biggest teams celebrate. And not just because they feature in Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings!

1. Juventus (no change)

In terms of Juve's treble mission, Part 1 is complete -- a 2-0 Coppa Italia final win vs. Lazio saw to that -- and Part 2 should be finalised on Sunday, when a draw vs. Crotone will be enough to clinch Serie A. After that, the focus will turn to the Champions League final.

2. Real Madrid (no change)