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‘What is best for me’ – Paulo Dybala unsure on his next move

Paulo Dybala remains uncertain of which club he will be joining this summer after leaving Juventus on a free transfer. The Argentine forward has been a key player in Turin since joining from Palermo back in 2015, tallying up 163 goal contributions in his 293 appearances for the Bianconeri. For...
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AC Milan Title Win Shows Just How Far Juventus Have Fallen

While AC Milan undoubtedly deserve huge credit for their Serie A title win, their victory offers rival clubs a chance to take stock of their own position and analyse just how far from contention they currently are. That begins with an honest assessment of the new champions. The Rossoneri lifted...
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Allegri drops a big hint about Juventus summer plans

Juventus has ended the 2021/2022 campaign, and now is the time to rest before planning for the next one. The Bianconeri finished this season trophyless despite competing for at least four trophies, and this is the first time they have won nothing in a campaign in a decade. It brings...
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Fiorentina vs. Juventus odds, picks, how to watch, live stream: May 21, 2022 Italian Serie A predictions

The Serie A has reached its final matchweek as Juventus will visit Fiorentina on Saturday. Juventus (20-10-7) is locked into a top four spot and will qualify for next year's Champions League, despite being on a three-game winless streak across all competitions. Fiorentina (18-5-14) sits in seventh in Serie A and needs some help from other teams to get into the sixth spot, which would punch its ticket to the Europa League. These clubs have already played three times this season, with Juventus winning all three. You can see what happens when you stream the match on Paramount+.
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Juve end poor season on disappointing note with loss at Fiorentina

Juventus ended a poor season on a disappointing note after losing 2-0 at Fiorentina in their final Serie A fixture of the campaign, with the hosts securing a place in next season's Europa Conference League with the victory. The three points ensured Fiorentina finished seventh, booking a return to continental...
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Allegri already looking to next season, more 'experience' needed

FLORENCE, Italy, May 21 (Reuters) - Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri insisted the club must bring in more experienced players in the transfer market in the coming months if they are to start to turn their fortunes around. Serie A's most successful club were already assured of a fourth-placed finish this...
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