Manchester United are reportedly set to battle Chelsea in the pursuit of Italian prodigy Pietro Pellegri, who currently plays for Serie A club Genoa
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly turned their attention to Diego Simeone's striker son Giovanni Simeone as the club eye their first summer signing
Liverpool are reportedly locked in a three-way tussle with the likes of Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04 to land Genoa superstar Diego Laxalt
We take a look at some of the major stories regarding Chelsea FC doing the rounds today.
Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp are reportedly closely monitoring the Italian striker who has a contract with the Serie A side until 2019.
Napoli are still looking to sign another striker before the window closes. Manchester City's Wilfried Bony is one of several targets for them which would eventually free up Manolo Gabbiadini's move to Everton.
AC Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic slammed the stuttering Serie A giants after a third defeat of the season left the Rossoneri six points adrift of leaders and bitter city rivals Inter Milan.
Carlos Tevez continued his fine form with his 24th goal of the season as Juventus beat Genoa to go 17 points clear at the top of Serie A. Tevez, 31, scored twice in Juve’s Champions League win in Dortmund in midweek and was the key man again. The former Manchester City forward broke the deadlock by weaving into the penalty area and firing in off the underside of the crossbar. He also had a second-half penalty saved but Juve held on to win comfortably. Juve were without influential midfielder Paul Pogba – starting a two-month injury lay-off – but still had enough to see off Genoa. Tevez’s brilliant individual goal put them on course for a 20th league win of the season and Massimiliano Allegri’s side look set for a fourth title in a row. Allegri made just a few changes to the side which had defeated Borussia Dortmund in midweek, giving Simone Padoin and Fernando Llorente a start while […]
JUVENTUS v GENOA Juventus Stadium, Turin Sunday 22nd Feb, 2015, 14:00 GMT *** Sunday afternoon will see Juventus welcome Genoa, as they look to avenge their only loss of the season. Massimiliano Allegri’s men can be forgiven if they don’t look entirely motivated against Genoa on Sunday. After their triumph in Dortmund midweek to reach the Champions League quarterfinals and a comfortable 14 point lead atop the Serie A table, the most difficult part of Allegri’s job for the remainder of the season may be keeping his side focused on the task at hand. However, considering the club have only attained four straight Scudetti once in their history, the feat should provide all the inspiration Juventus need to see out the remainder of the Serie A campaign. Allegri will look to utilize his deep bench and give some playing time to those who haven’t seen much of it in recent weeks. The Bianconeri will not have it easy on Sunday though, […]
The fans on both sides of Genoa divide did not have high expectations ahead of this season after a relatively below-par campaign last year with Sampdoria finishing 12th and Genoa 14th. Both clubs did not show enough ambition to be considered as contenders for Europe while they sat well clear above the relegation zone. Fast forward to today and both of them have undergone significant improvement as Sampdoria currently occupy the 5th spot while their city rivals are in 6th position just 1 point shy of third place Lazio. In Genoa, the mere fact of having these two teams in top flight is viewed as a satisfactory achievement. Both these clubs have suffered relegations over the last few decades while also qualifying for Europe in this period as well. But they have not shown any sort of consistency for their fans to consider European competitions for granted. Expectations were modest at the start of the season with Gian Piero Gasperini […]