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Juventus and 2 year loans.. name a better duo..
Juve & Referees
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aand no one believed me when i said they were so fucked financially...
 

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aand no one believed me when i said they were so fucked financially...
Weren't you the one arguing against me initially when I said they're fucked until that Calcio e Finanza article came out?
 

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aand no one believed me when i said they were so fucked financially...
??? how does the news show Juve being fucked financially?

That's an excellent deal, zero risk high reward. Every teams should make that. Not like they are jumping on Junior Messias bandwagon like Milan.
 

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aand no one believed me when i said they were so fucked financially...
The fact they didn't pulled out of super league with barsa and real after it become an absolute dumpster fire and pr nightmare with the majority of fans turning against the idea tells you all you need to know about how desperate they were for fresh cash... Especially barca and juve...
 

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Weren't you the one arguing against me initially when I said they're fucked until that Calcio e Finanza article came out?
dont think so? They're pretty fucked financially, but they have the benefit of the re-capitalization. There's no loss they cant stomach because of their ability to recapitalise.
 

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??? how does the news show Juve being fucked financially?

That's an excellent deal, zero risk high reward. Every teams should make that. Not like they are jumping on Junior Messias bandwagon like Milan.
because the condditional obligation will beb something like first point of the 2nd half of the 2nd season. as a pure transfer, its fairly low risk, but at the same time, the financials of the deal does say a lot
 

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Everyone has known Juve is financially fucked.
 

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Everyone has known Juve is financially fucked.

Not in 2019.

After the pandemic, everyone but 3-4 clubs are fucked, it's never been a question.
 

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So our financial results aren't as bad as Juve - iirc in the last two seasons they lost more than we did. The problem is we don't have owners who can recapitalise
 

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They rejected 100m+ for their best asset (Chiesa). While we begged P$G to take ours for half.

Guess who's more financially fucked.
This rumoured 100m Liverpool offer for Chiesa was bs from Agnelli-owned La Repubblica. It was denied by all parties. Liverpool have barely spent this summer. There's no chance they would offer 100m for Chiesa without selling any of their forwards.
 

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Sorry to see the ego-centric star leaving, as this will set juBentus free (both financial + sporting wise). Only good thing is that they don`t have Marotta any more...

Juve ask 25-30 mio. MU offered 28 mio. And it is first bid. All while knowing that the player already fly out of turin and no other club in the game. MU's management is beyond idiot
Can`t believe Man Utd are actually paying that much for the transfer :palm: the could have got Penaldo on a free transfer, how stupid can they be?!
This Woodward guy must be sucking some dicks, he`s such a tool.

Di Marzio says Juve made an enquiry for Icardi but he wants to stay at PSG.
Messi came in and P$G might retain Mbappe until his contract runs down (ego war). I think we might see Icardi joining them, read a report that Allegri called him and told him that he will be a starter. JuBentus want to get Icardi on loan, P$G are open for sale/obligation. It`s still better for us than juBentus getting Vlahovic.

Now that they have the funds, watch them get another good midfielder to address their issues. Axel Witsel has also been mentioned as a potential Juventus target, but Pjanic appears to be Max Allegri’s favourite option. Expecting a Pjanic on 2 year loan deal.

What to expect in the transfers in the next 48 hours as the Serie A transfer window ends on August 31 at 8 pm CET (local time)?

TEUN KOOPMEINERS TO ATALANTA​

Gian Piero Gasperini will finally welcome a new central midfielder. The Netherlands international had also been linked with Roma, but is now set to move to Bergamo. The 23-year-old confirmed last week that his transfer to the Gewiss Stadium is imminent: “I can honestly say that I hope the deal goes through and I think we’ve reached a point where the clubs can agree,” he said. Atalanta will pay €14m to secure his services on a permanent deal.

MARTIN CACERES TO CAGLIARI​

The Uruguay international is set to move to Sardinia as a free agent after the end of his contract with Fiorentina expired in June. The Sardinians will also sign Radu Dragusin from Juventus on loan with an option to buy.

RIGHT WINGER FOR FIORENTINA​

Both Riccardo Orsolini and Domenico Berardi could end up in Florence. Berardi is Fiorentina’s favourite option, but Sassuolo’s €40m asking price is making the deal complicated. Berardi would be open to joining Fiorentina, but the two clubs are nowhere near reaching an agreement, so Orsolini could eventually wear La Viola’s shirt on loan with an option to buy for €12-15m.

M’BALA NZOLA TO GENOA​

The Spezia strike is set to complete a move to Genoa in a swap deal involving Mattia Destro and Kevin Agudelo. Il Grifone had been in talks with sign Sam Lammers as well, but the Atalanta striker will eventually move to Eintracht Frankfurt on loan.

FRANCK RIBERY TO LAZIO​

Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic is Lazio’s No.1 target this summer, but the Biancocelesti haven’t managed to reach an agreement with the Bundesliga side during all summer, so it seems hard for them to wrap up a deal in the last 48 hours of negotiations. Therefore, according to Tuttomercatoweb, Ribery could make a shock move to the Stadio Olimpico with the Biancocelesti looking for an attacking winger or a support striker. Hellas Verona’s Mattia Zaccagni was also contacted by the Biancocelesti. Ribery would join Lazio as a free agent as his contract with Fiorentina expired in June.

ROMAIN FAIVRE TO MILAN​

The creative French midfielder has become the Rossoneri’s priority target and talks with his side Brest are ongoing. The Diavoli have welcomed Brahim Diaz back to the club on a two-year loan to replace Hakan Calhanoglu, but Stefano Pioli needs another attacking midfielder. The Ligue 1 side want €15m cash for Faivre, while Milan are offering €10m plus add ons. Porto’s Jesus Corona is Milan’s plan B in case the Faivre deal collapses.

ANDRE ZAMBO ANGUISSA TO NAPOLI​

The Azzurri have reached an agreement with both the player and his club Fulham and the 25-year-old is undergoing his medicals with the Partenopei. He will be Napoli’s second and perhaps last signing of the summer after Juan Jesus.

A NEW MIDFIELDER FOR TORINO​

Ivan Juric is desperate for new signings and at least one new midfielder should arrive at the Stadio Grande Torino after Tommaso Pobega’s loan move. According to the latest reports in Italy, Torino have made a formal offer to Leicester City to sign Dennis Praet, but Fiorentina’s Sofyan Amrabat is also an option for the struggling Granata.

FLORENTINO TO SAMPDORIA​

Sampdoria haven’t completed a single signing yet this summer, and the 22-year-old midfielder could be the first new face spotted at Marassi. According to reports in Italy, Florentino will join Sampdoria from Benfica on loan with an option to buy for €15m.
 

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Its still a huge gap for Juve to fill and huge gaps = risk. Imagine if you set your entire team up to play through one guy, it takes time to adapt to that changing.
 
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