Bosnia international Miralem Pjanic has said that Juventus are aiming to win everything within reach during the ongoing campaign. The Bianconeri have made a bright start to the season with an unbeaten record across all competitions and Pjanic fancies his team to go all the way to celebrate a treble under Max Allegri.
Italy international Leonardo Bonucci has acknowledged that he made the mistake to leave Juventus for AC Milan during the 2017 summer transfer window. The central defender had been involved in a rift with manager Max Allegri which urged him to make the move to the Rossoneri and he thereafter captained the team through the previous campaign.
Argentine midfielder Lucas Biglia has talked up the possibility of a new contract with AC Milan after completing an entire year with the club. The 32-year-old had a not-so-impressive season with the Rossoneri last term after joining them from Lazio but he has now cemented his spot at the heart of the club’s midfield.
Italy international Matteo Darmian has confirmed that he would like to part ways with Manchester United during the summer transfer window. The 28-year-old managed just five Premier League starts during a frustrating 2017/18 campaign and he has now decided on a fresh challenge regarding of the injury crisis at the club.
Continental governing body UEFA after a meeting with top football clubs in Europe said the team wanted the away goals rule changed. Reps from these clubs spoke with common mind that the away goals rule employed in the continental tournaments be reviewed in line with the realities of the game.
Coaches from top clubs such as Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho, Arsenal manager Unai Emery and his predecessor Arsene Wenger, Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetugui, Paris St-Germain’s Thomas Tuchel, Napoli’s Carlo Ancelotti, Juventus’ Massimiliano Allegri and others were present at the meeting in Switzerland.
Former Manchester United striker Federico Macheda has been impressed with England and said that the team has shown their maturity in the tournament. He said that players such as Harry Kane and Dele Alli are showing their worth on the big stage and that he has no doubt that they could go very far in this tournament.
Claudio Ranieri has admitted that he would ask permission to leave Nantes, should he be offered the Italian national team job. The former Leicester City man has been one of the prime candidates for the position since Giampiero Ventura was sacked in November.
In an interview with Corriere dello Sport, the 66-year-old admitted that he would jump at the chance of managing the Azzurri, although he warns the nation need a drastic reformation after their shock failure to qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time since 1958.