Juventus

1st Serie A | 29-5-4
  • Goals For
    3rd
    77 GF
  • Assists
    5th
    48 GA
  • Shots
    8th
    363 Shots
  • Saves
    20th
    80 SAV
  • NBC Sports

    Juve’s Kean could leave club over tractor dispute

    Moise Kean, 17, broke into the Juventus senior team last season with a trio of Serie A appearances that concluded with a goal against Bologna on May 27. Kean’s father, Biorou, says Juventus has broken a contractual promise to his family, and that could send the teenager into the transfer market. “Juventus offered a contract of €700,000-a-year, which was fine, but the problem is they had also promised me some tractors for my agricultural business in the Ivory Coast, but now they say there is no budget for them.

  • Fabinho admits interest in Manchester United
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    Fabinho admits interest in Manchester United

    If even a fraction of this summer’s transfer interest is real, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has taken every precaution against his biggest 2017 enemy: scheduled congestion. Mourinho was a regular critic of United’s schedule last season in the run-up to its UEFA Europa League title win over Ajax, and is building his roster up for the UEFA Champions League. The manager already had plenty of attacking options, and has added Victor Lindelof to his stable of defenders while reportedly flirting with PSG’s Marquinhos, too. Defensive midfielder Nemanja Matic is also a reported target (as are half of the world’s elite footballers). And now, a wry smile from Monaco’s Fabinho hints that Mourinho

  • FIFA takes no further action on Mexico-New Zealand clashes
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    FIFA takes no further action on Mexico-New Zealand clashes

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) FIFA will not intervene after reviewing two volatile clashes between New Zealand and Mexico players and coaches. FIFA says “it has been verified that there are no grounds for any disciplinary action to be taken.” Tempers flared in a running brawl late in Mexico’s 2-1 comeback win on Wednesday in Sochi. Three players were shown yellow cards after match officials paused the game to review video. Replays showed at least one other player went unpunished after running into the melee to strike an opponent in the head. In the first half, Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio was caught on the TV broadcast aiming a verbal obscenity at New Zealand coaching staff. Osorio later apologized