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Juventus will be back for Axel Witsel in January; Everton miss out on Sissoko

The ESPN FC crew discuss how the return of David Luiz will affect Chelsea in the defensive third.
The deal between Juventus and Zenit Saint Petersburg for Axel Witsel collapsed at the last minute.

The transfer window may have just slammed shut, but don't think that the wheeling and dealing won't continue!

Short-term loans and free transfers can still be submitted to the FAs. Plus, there's always January to start thinking about! As always, you can see all the latest deals here.

Top Story: Juve to come back for Axel in January

Juventus will resuscitate their deal for Axel Witsel in January after their €18 million move, plus €2 million in add-ons, collapsed late on Deadline Day.

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Europe's Deadline Day: Real Madrid, Juventus and others still active

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why Barcelona are interested in Paco Alcacer.

With deadline day approaching, ESPN FC's European correspondents assess their side's business so far and suggest what else needs to be done.

BARCELONA: It's been a busy summer for Barcelona with six players signed so far and 13 shipped out in various forms. The defence has been strengthened in the form of centre-back Samuel Umtiti and left-back Lucas Digne, while midfielders Denis Suarez and Andre Gomes have joined the club, too. Claudio Bravo's request to move to Manchester City means goalkeeper...

 By Mina Rzouki

Khedira stars again as Juventus earn a hard-fought win at Lazio

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno not only breaks down the latest rumours, but also gives his Zaza penalty impression.
Having scored five goals in 20 league games last season, Sami Khedira has two in two in 2016-17.

With temperatures in excess of 90 degrees Fahrenheit, both Lazio and Juventus struggled early before the Serie A champions emerged in the second half with greater desire and more energy, creating scoring opportunities and dominating the game. Ultimately they also found a goal, with Sami Khedira scoring for the second straight game.

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As a team that struggled defensively in preseason, it was reassuring to see Juve keep a clean sheet and play with confidence and composure at the back, despite...

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Joe Hart would take pay cut to join Liverpool, Juve in for James Rodriguez

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno not only breaks down the latest rumours, but also gives his Zaza penalty impression.

The summer transfer window is beginning to swing shut. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse for the latest gossip ahead of deadline day. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Hart would take pay cut to join Liverpool

Joe Hart's time at Manchester City appears to be over after Pep Guardiola sealed the signing of Claudio Bravo from Barcelona on Thursday, and the England No. 1's options appear to be limited after Everton boss Ronald Koeman said he had...

Montella's Milan ready to face Higuain-less Napoli; Juventus travel to Lazio

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains if any team in Serie A can prevent Juventus from winning a sixth straight league title.

As a football aesthete, perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise that Vincenzo Montella preferred the total football played by Arrigo Sacchi's Milan, even at a time when Napoli, his hometown team, were winning league titles with Diego Maradona.

The young Montella had a Marco van Basten poster on his bedroom wall and, while he never fulfilled his dream of playing for the Rossoneri, now finds himself in charge at San Siro: "One of the first things (Milan vice-president) Adriano Galliani said to me...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juventus should be runaway Group H winners if they can maintain focus

Juventus can't be cocky, but they should be confident in their ability to win Group H.

Juventus have been drawn against Lyon, Sevilla and Dinamo Zagreb in Champions League Group H. Here's a look at their European campaign.

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For the first time in a long time, Juventus are in a group that they should win comfortably. While none of their opponents should be underestimated, especially Sevilla who have won the last three editions of the Europa League, the Italians have managed to avoid the tricky ties.

This is unlike any other season for Juventus. The Italian champions...