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Juventus

Real escape with hope of progress

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan set for Dortmund stay as Thomas Tuchel makes plans

Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is set to follow manager Jurgen Klopp out of the club, after it was revealed the midfielder wouldn't be staying with them after this season.

New Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel is reported to have told Juventus target Henrikh Mkhitaryan he will not be allowed to leave the club this summer, but the futures of Ilkay Gundogan and Mats Hummels remain less certain.

Dortmund's squad is expected to undergo a makeover when former Mainz coach Tuchel replaces Jurgen Klopp in the summer, and Mkhitaryan -- named as a target by Juve earlier this season -- was among those whose futures had been uncertain.

However, Bild reports that Tuchel has...

Juve's win over Real Madrid blueprint to break up Europe's ruling class

Carlos Tevez's second-half penalty proved to be the decisive goal, as Juventus secured a 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with his side's 2-1 UEFA Champions League win against Real Madrid, but warned they still needed to produce a top class performance to reach the final.

We've heard the warnings for years. How football has become all about the one-percenters. The combination of financial fair play, the Bosman ruling and a boom in commercial and stadium revenue that has disproportionately flowed to the big boys have created a lop-sided landscape.

The ultra-rich get richer. The rich struggle to keep up. The middle class gets hammered. And the poor? Well, they become invisible.

It's hard to deny this. The Deloitte Money League list is imperfect, but it illustrates...

 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has Manchester United 'blood' - Evra

Juventus forward Carlos Tevez earned and converted the game-winning penalty kick as his side took a vital 2-1 lead over Real Madrid in Turin.
The ESPN FC team delve deeper into Juventus and Real Madrid's team ratings, where Alejandro Moreno knocks Sergio Ramos for the lack of distribution.
Juventus' Carlos Tevez was quite pleased with his side's 2-1 advantage after the first leg of their Champions League semifinal tie with Real Madrid.

Carlos Tevez still has "United blood" according to his former Old Trafford teammate Patrice Evra after the pair were both part of the Juventus side that beat Real Madrid in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal first leg.

Tevez, 31, won the European Cup and Premier League as a Manchester United player, before controversially moving to crosstown rivals Manchester City in 2009.

After claiming another league title at the Etihad in 2011, the Argentina striker left for Juventus two seasons later. On Tuesday,...

Real Madrid escape beating at Juventus with hope of progress - media

Carlos Tevez's second-half penalty proved to be the decisive goal, as Juventus secured a 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals.
The ESPN FC crew are joined by Raf Honigstein to discuss Real Madrid's 2-1 defeat to Juventus, where he feels Carlo Ancelotti's side lacked the midfield presence of Luka Modric.
The ESPN FC team delve deeper into Juventus and Real Madrid's team ratings, where Alejandro Moreno knocks Sergio Ramos for the lack of distribution.
The ESPN FC crew react to Carlo Ancelotti's statements that Real Madrid were unlucky in their 2-1 defeat to Juventus, whereas Shaka Hislop explains Juventus' display was quite impressive from the get-go.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti discusses his side's defensive errors in their 2-1 defeat to Juventus, but feels Real still remain full of confidence heading home ahead of the second leg.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with his side's 2-1 UEFA Champions League win against Real Madrid, but warned they still needed to produce a top class performance to reach the final.
Our football gurus discuss whether or not Carlo Ancelotti's tactics were too predictable in the match against Juventus.

Real Madrid lost 2-1 at Juventus in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal first leg as Alvaro Morata and Carlos Tevez scored to secure a narrow advantage over the defending European champions.

The Spanish media reacted with a mixture of annoyance and relief, criticising a poor performance but recognising that Cristiano Ronaldo's away goal gives Carlo Ancelotti's men a platform to turn things around at the Bernabeu next week.

In Italy, meanwhile, there was widespread acclaim for Juve's triumph during...