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Juventus

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea plan to use Oscar as makeweight in £60m Paul Pogba deal

Chelsea midfielder Oscar says he is happy at the club and has no plans to leave, amid rumours of interest from some of Europe's top clubs.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread ...

Oscar the makeweight

For some months now, Oscar has continually been rumoured to be the next of manager Jose Mourinho's attackers to add "former Chelsea player" to his title. So frequent has this buzz been that Mourinho took time in his news conference on Friday to insist that he "does not want to sell" the Brazilian.

Yet here we are, analysing another report of Oscar heading to reigning Italian champions...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus face a lively Lazio with the Serie A title within their grasp

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says it would be a disaster if Juventus failed to reach the semifinals of the Champions League.

Ordinarily you would never expect Roma fans praying for a Juventus win but on Saturday afternoon, those flying the Giallorossi flag will be praying for just that as the champions face Lazio.

The other Roman side are in a terrific period of form, developing and growing into a fine unit of players with a terrifying winning mentality. They have emerged as the closest challengers to Juve and those who doubted coach Stefano Pioli have been proven wrong.

The one criticism people have levelled at the former...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus use intelligence to secure first leg victory over Monaco

Juventus left-back Patrice Evra praises his side following their 1-0 victory over AS Monaco.

Was it a penalty? Was it a red card? So many questions, such intelligent tactics, but at the end of the first 90 minutes, it was Juventus that walked away with a 1-0 win against Monaco and deservedly so based on the number of chances they fashioned.

Monaco winger Nabil Dirar upset the home fans when he referred to Arsenal as a better side than Juventus. Italians thought Borussia Dortmund was a harder test for the Old Lady than Monaco would be, yet here the two teams stand, in the quarterfinals...

Juventus rode their luck vs. Monaco in the club's UCL quarterfinal first-leg win

Arturo Vidal converted a second-half penalty kick as Juventus took a first-leg lead over AS Monaco in Turin.
Arturo Vidal converted a second-half penalty kick as Juventus took a first-leg lead over AS Monaco in Turin.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says it's up to Juventus to progress and anything less would be a failure.
ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth reviews Juventus' 1-0 win over AS Monaco, where Arturo Vidal's second half penalty would prove to be the decisive goal for Juve.
Arturo Vidal made no mistake with this second-half penalty kick in Juventus' 1-0 victory over AS Monaco.

It was far from easy at the Juventus Stadium despite the home side edging AS Monaco in a 1-0 win. Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri expected nothing less.

The Serie A champions vowed not to make the mistake of underestimating their opponents, a trap that Arsenal fell into. "Monaco were a surprise but they aren't anymore," Allegri explained on the eve of the game. Saturday's defeat to Parma served as a timely warning of what can happen if you take even a team 57 points worse off than you too lightly,...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus can't underestimate ruthless Monaco in Champions League quarters

Juventus must rebound from a shocking loss to Parma at the weekend.

It's finally time.

So much has been said about what Juventus can do in Europe and with Monaco awaiting, the opportunity for greater glory has arrived. That is of course if Juve do the right thing and play with humility, organisation and excellence and not do as others have before them: underestimate their ruthless opponents.

Despite initial proclamations and virtuous promises of exciting football, Leonardo Jardim's Monaco are anything but an aesthetically pleasing side to watch. Efficient and successful,...

Juventus can't be complacent vs. Monaco as treble talk increases

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri called for calm after his side lost 1-0 to Parma.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri believes his side can win the Champions League.

"It would be nice if they had to move the Coppa Italia final," Juventus coach Max Allegri admitted last Tuesday. You could be forgiven for thinking that when they scheduled it for June 5, the FIGC had little confidence in a representative from Serie A reaching the Champions League final, which is due to be played in Berlin the day after.

Allegri's team will definitely be at one of them after Juventus booked their place in Rome, where they will meet Lazio, by accomplishing something they had never...