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Pep Guardiola could be one step closer to reuniting with one of his former pupils at Barcelona, and the Manchester City manager has Juventus to thank for that. The reigning Serie A champions confirmed on Wednesday that the club will release outside back Dani Alves, clearing the veteran defender’s path to join Man City this summer or another club. “We’re not talking about a breakdown in the relationship, it’s motivation that is fundamental for players,” said Juventus chief executive Beppe Marotta.
Cristiano Ronaldo will meet with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez at the conclusion of the Confederations Cup, according to reports, at which point a pair of cut-and-dried options could be on the table. Marca reports that Ronaldo will bring a “money no object” offer from Paris Saint-Germain into the meeting, although the same outlet says Perez will know exactly what’s coming due to an understanding between the two big money clubs.
The Confederations Cup is in full swing, with the second round of group games well under way and a solid idea building of who is likely to challenge for the trophy. New Zealand have, alas, become the first team to be knocked out but the fighting quality of their players and the commitment of one intrepid journalist are stories that deserve to be told. Elsewhere, Cameroon 'Daddy' Samuel Eto'o has been sporting some peculiar outfits and Germany have been trying some uncomfortable-looking training exercises.