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Tuttosport - Juve: Motta plus cash for Peluso
The first choice is Aleksandar Kolarov (27), left-handed outside the City but Juventus caution if you would be too expensive to get of Serbia (on which there is strong competition for Inter). So today's edition of Tuttosport about a possible deal with Atalanta to move to Turin Federico Peluso (28), one of the best fullbacks last season. The offer would be represented by Juventus Marco Motta more economic adjustment. Peluso is also on the interest of Inter looking for a specialist for the band


Tuttosport - Juve remains in wait for Cavani
Today's edition of Tuttosport, hosts an article by Marco Bo, according to which Juventus have no means abandoned the track Cavani. Despite the Bianconeri are very close to the Dutch Robie Van Persie (29), continue to work with discretion for Edinson Cavani (25), avoiding too much exposure to the counterparty. The plan would be to monetize as much as possible from the sale of Krasic, Elijah, and then submit a bid for Ziegler important to Aurelio De Laurentiis that includes, in addition to cash, even substantial compensatory techniques (Felipe Melo and Alessandro Matri). In front of a monstrous proposal, the president of Naples would be anything but reluctant to close the door on departure Uruguayan Juventus which would provide a four-year, 5 million per year. So, ever living track Van Persie but Cavani is the optimal solution for the combination of age-quality player.


Robbie Keane called Del Piero to the Galaxy
The Irishman Robbie Keane called Alessandro Del Piero to the Los Angeles Galaxy: "Alex come play with me to the Galaxy - according to La Gazzetta dello Sport - the MLS is a league in Los Angeles is fast growing and one of the most fascinating we are. I would be honored to play with him and the fans go mad. "We recall that Del Piero has already declined an offer made ​​by another club in the MLS: the Montreal Impacts.

Corsport - Juve, competition from the City to Ranocchia
If Antonio Conte and leaderships Juventus are considering seriously to Andrea Ranocchia (24), as reinforcements for the defense of the champion team of Italy, will be the case that we look dangerous competition from Manchester City. According to today's edition of Corriere dello Sport in fact, Roberto Mancini would have identified the former defender Arezzo and Bari, the engagement right for your package back. The most dangerous aspect for Juventus, however, would be represented by the fact that the City militate two players from Inter areas: the Kolarov of Serbia (hereinafter also from Juventus) and the Dutch De Jong. The deal with Inter-City center Ranocchia could then materialize with the involvement of one of the Citizens.


Juve-Nene: Confirmation from France
Paris St Germain striker Nene, 30, would come under fire for Juventus. According to reports from the team over to Rome and Malaga, also would be interested in you Juventus player. The player's contract expires in 2013, for this reason could free himself at reasonable figures.

His attorney, Mongai, said: "We met with Leonardo, we talked about but not money nor the duration of the contract. Simply because we have not proposed it, a marriage is made ​​by two people. The guy but would like to extend his desire not seem shared by society. "

Kolarov hints at frustration
Reportedly tracked by Inter and Juventus, Aleksandar Kolarov has given the strongest indication yet that he could leave Manchester City this summer.

Despite playing a part in the English side’s Premier League success, the 26-year-old Serbian, who moved to the Etihad from Lazio in 2010, has admitted that he has been frustrated by a lack of playing time.

The left-back appeared only 12 times in the League last term under Roberto Mancini and has hinted that a departure is on the cards.

“Here I am very happy, but my goal is to play more. I’ve spoken to Mancini,” he reportedly told English journalists.

“My future? I am in contact with my agent, I will talk to him shortly.”

Both Juve and InterInter have been linked with the free-kick specialist, who is valued at €12m.


Petkovic wants Krasic at Lazio
New Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic is reportedly interested in bringing Juventus’ forgotten winger Milos Krasic to the capital.

After a good impression in 2010-11, Krasic struggled in his second season in Turin under Coach Antonio Conte and is set to leave the Bianconeri this summer having only played 20 minutes for them since mid-October 2011.

Lazio were reportedly on the verge of bringing the Serbian star to the Olimpico in January on a loan deal, only for the player’s agent to indicate that Krasic wasn’t interested.

Despite a change in Coach since then, the Aquile are reportedly trying to revive hopes of a deal this summer, with new boss Petkovic pushing for the move, according to the Corriere dello Sport.

The winger is rated at €6.5m, which is €8.5m less than Juve paid for him two years ago, whilst his contract expires in 2014.

Krasic has previously also been linked with Fenerbahce, Sevilla, Zenit St Petersburg, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Marseille.

Juve yet to make Leali decision
The agent of Nicola Leali insists that Juventus have yet to make a decision on what to do with their new signing for 2012-13.

The Brescia goalkeeper, 19, had his medical in Turin on Tuesday and is now just an official announcement away from becoming a Bianconero.

“The boy is very happy,” representative Graziano Battistini stated. “But we’ll have to wait a little while longer for it to be official.

“The best thing for a youngster is to play and now the club will have to decide the possibility of sending him out on loan to mature.

“Other interest? Sporting Lisbon were close to his signing, but it is hard to compete when a side like Juventus come along.”

Juventus’ first choice in Turin for next season will be Gigi Buffon and he’ll be backed up by Marco Storari.

Leali, should he remain, could be third in the pecking order.


Small Juve steps for El Kaddouri
Brescia have confirmed that they are in talks with Juventus over the possible sale of Omar El Kaddouri.

The Old Lady have been paired with the Belgium Under-21 international in recent weeks, but they don’t seem in any great hurry to finalise terms.

“To be honest, we are only taking some very small steps in negotiations,” Brescia sporting director Andrea Iaconi told

“There is nothing new to report and it is certainly not official. We are talking about it as we know that Juventus want him.

“But I don’t know when it could happen. You’ll have to ask Juventus about that as a lot depends on them.”

The attacking midfielder grew up in the Anderlecht youth ranks before a switch to Brescia in 2008. He spent the 2010-11 season on loan at Sudtirol-Alto Adige.

It is believed that he could cost the new Italian champions €3m plus the ownership of Fausto Rossi.

The Old Lady have already done a deal with Brescia this summer for 19-year-old goalkeeper Nicola Leali.