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Juventus Tertarik Rekrut Maxi Lopez
Gagal mendapatkan Destro, Juventus kini mengalihkan bidikan pada Maxi Lopez.

Juventus dikabarkan memiliki ketertarikan untuk mendatangkan striker Catania Maxi Lopez, demikian dilansir Tuttosport.

Pemain asal Argentina itu sempat dipinjamkan ke AC Milan selama enam bulan. Namun, kubu Rossoneri enggan mempermanenkan statusnya. Ia sendiri terpaksa harus pulang ke Catania. Agen sang striker baru-baru ini menyatakan kliennya ingin mencari klub baru untuk kompetisi musim depan.
Jangan Lewatkan

Bianconeri sendiri memang sedang mencari striker baru untuk kekuatan tim di musim depan, apalagi mereka akan kembali tampil di kompetisi Liga Champions setelah dua musim absen.

Nama striker Genoa Mattia Destro sempat mengemuka. Namun, Inter berada di barisan terdepan untuk mendapatkan sang pemain. Juve pun mengalihkan bidikan, dan kini Lopez menjadi pusat perhatian.

Cavani laughs off Juve links
Edinson Cavani laughed off reports linking him with Juventus. “The Coppa Italia is simply the start for Napoli. I know how the media game goes.”

The striker was decisive in their campaign, which saw them lift their first piece of silverware for 22 years.

Ezequiel Lavezzi appears to be on his way out of the San Paolo and it was rumoured Cavani would follow with the likes of Juventus, Chelsea and Manchester City showing an interest.

“The Coppa Italia is simply the start for Napoli so that we can do even better next year,” he told the Corriere dello Sport.

“I read the stories about me and the transfer market, but I know how the media game goes. It’s part of the sport and of my job, but I don’t listen to the rumours, nor do they annoy me.

“Besides, when I am on vacation I dedicate myself to my family and try to recharge my batteries so I can keep giving great moments of joy to the Napoli fans.”

Verratti: 'I'm staying at Pescara'

Italy starlet Marco Verratti has warned the big clubs to forget about signing him this summer. “I am staying. This was not my last game for Pescara.”

The 19-year-old has already made it into the senior Italy squad and is in the 32-man long-list for Euro 2012.

Juventus confirmed they are interested in him, while Napoli, Inter, Milan and Roma are among those who are also looking at a bid.

“I am staying,” he insisted after Pescara won the Serie B tournament.

“This was not my last game for Pescara.”

The club also reiterated it would try to keep hold of Verratti, who has been nicknamed the ‘new Andrea Pirlo.’