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Posted by SEMARANG HITAM PUTIH on 20.10
ITALY/ JUVENTUS, Offer for Llorente submitted

According to latest rumours, Juventus management have submitted Athletic Bilbao an offer for purchasing Spanish international striker Fernando Llorente (27), who's likely to leave Euscadian club on a full basis. Bianconeri declared themselves available to pay 16 million euros for his ownership, while Los Leones are asking for 22.

ITALY/ JUVENTUS, Poli will join in 2013/14

After not having been hired back by Inter and having joined back Sampdoria, former Italian Under-21 international central midfielder Andrea Poli (22) will be signed by Juventus for 2013/14, after having played one more year long for Blucerchiati.


 To offer the Matri Milan

According to Tuttosport, Milan want Alessandro Matri the first preference of Allegri, who could appreciate in Cagliari and considers the ideal reinforcement for the offensive department, and also in the locker room. Marotta calls 16, AC Milan has 12, the union in the middle 'road' as possible.


Gazette - Fiorentina, crazy idea Quagliarella

According to "La Gazzetta dello Sport", Fiorentina would still think of Fabio Quagliarella to strengthen their offensive department. A crazy idea, calls it the rosy. At Juventus, however, have not yet arrived from Florence to the attacker demands of Castellammare. The other objective of leadership is the lily Gomez of Catania. But first we must give some pieces, they speak of Vargas and Cerci.


Alfredo Pedulla: "Juve, visits to Troisi. And Gabbiadini ..."

The journalist Sportitalia, Alfredo Pedulla, gives information as to the situations of James Troisi, Kayserispor Australian midfielder and Manolo Gabbiadini, Atalanta striker, both preached to move to Juventus and then be turned over to other clubs: "It 'ok now the expected transfer to the Australian Troisi, the attacker will be filmed as part of Atalanta Gabbiadini - the journalist writes on her website, -. And so it is now time for a meeting between Juventus and the club Percassi, expected after August. Troisi himself between tomorrow and the day after will be in Turin, will support a medical with Juve and then prepare for the new venture. in the meeting for Gabbiadini (which will be shot at Bologna, as anticipated) Juventus and Atalanta should also talk about Peluso. "


Juve-Llorente, 16 million to try again

ATTACK - Here, in fact, it is more difficult, although in recent days have gone by radar before Suarez and then Van Persie, although the account in England This latter does not have clear ideas. However, to date, the ballot seems to relate to Fernando Llorente and Edin Dzeko: the first, out of contract next June with Athletic Bilbao, costs and earn less than the second, but of course also drew upon himself the attention of Real Madrid and the same City. Juventus have already made his first bid (16 million) and has listened to the "try again", which will probably happen this week already. If then the City will have the upper hand, the chosen will automatically Dzeko. In the background, better not to consider the track Jovetic waned, much appreciated (perhaps more than any other two) Count: Florence seem too interested in Quagliarella, which could also facilitate the development first and then The beginning of a discussion related to Montenegro. "Anything we do, absolutely - it is the gloss of Marotta -. But we seek practical solutions that reconcile our availability with the demands of others. "


Zeman: 'Conte ban not enough'
Zdenek Zeman reveals his ‘mad’ plans for Roma, but also takes a sideswipe at Antonio Conte and Juventus. “A banned Coach shouldn’t be able to train his team.”

Conte is sitting out a 10-month ban, so was replaced on the touchline in the Italian Super Cup by assistant Massimo Carrera.

However, the suspension applies only to the bench and locker room on match day, so he can continue training the squad on a day-to-day basis.

“A suspended player can train, but I think a Coach with a long ban shouldn’t be able to train his team,” commented Zeman in today’s Press conference.

“I haven’t read the full verdicts of the betting trial, but if people want to weaken this phenomenon then they have to be more decisive.”

Roma continued their pre-season training camp in Austria with a 6-0 win over SC Liezen, in which Mattia Destro scored a hat-trick.

“Am I satisfied with the decision to sell Fabio Borini and bring in Destro? Yes, we made this choice based on technique and I think Destro is a more technical player than Borini.

“I already have a basic idea of my starting XI. I have a squad that covers every role with two players, then it depends on their fitness levels and my level of madness on which ones I use.”


Moratti: 'Napoli had their reasons'
Massimo Moratti weighed in on Napoli’s boycott of the Italian Super Cup victory ceremony for Juventus. “They must’ve had their reasons.”

The Partenopei were furious after losing 4-2 in extra time in Beijing, as Goran Pandev, Juan Camilo Zuniga and Coach Walter Mazzarri were sent off.

As a protest against the refereeing decisions, they left the field before Juve could be presented with the trophy and did not come out to receive their runner-up medals.

“If Napoli abandoned the ceremony, then they must’ve had their reasons,” commented Inter President Moratti today.

“I was told the result, but did not actually see the game, so I cannot pass judgment on the refereeing.”

Moratti, who is in London to be at the Olympic closing ceremony tonight, was also asked about Antonio Conte’s 10-month ban in the betting trial.

“It’s in the past now.”


Ferrara: 'Poli stays with Samp'
Sampdoria Coach Ciro Ferrara is impressed with his side’s progress and tells Juventus that Andrea Poli “will not be leaving.”

Poli returned from a loan spell at Inter and is reportedly on the verge of joining Juve.

“I have a clear idea on the Poli situation and have already expressed it to the club,” Ferrara told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“In my view, unless of course we receive a crazy offer that would turn our heads, he will not be leaving.

“Anything can happen, but my tactical plans include Poli and my intention is to keep him. Andrea also expressed the desire to stay.”

On Friday night the Blucerchiati earned a creditable 1-1 draw with Germans Schalke 04.

“It has been a month of hard work done in the best possible way, but please, let us not start to fly too high with our ambitions...

“This is a valid squad and can be further enhanced with certain situations on the market.”

Enzo Maresca is expected to be a reinforcement from Malaga.


Juve close on Llorente
Reports continue to emanate from Spain that Fernando Llorente is ready to leave Athletic Bilbao for Juventus.

The Spanish international hitman’s contract expires in June 2013 and the club cannot risk letting it run down so he could leave as a free agent.

Juve appear to have given up on main targets Robin Van Persie, Stevan Jovetic and Luis Suarez.

According to reports from El Correo, this is because the Bianconeri are hearing rumours of Llorente’s disagreements with Athletic.

It is believed around €20m could be enough to snatch the 27-year-old who netted 18 Liga goals in 32 games last season.