Sarri Finding It Difficult with Trio of Offensive Stars at Juve

Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri claims that he is unable to find a way to use Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala, and Gonzalo Higuain in the same team. Juventus have one of the potent offensive line-ups in all of Europe, as they have these three incredible forwards. Yet,Sarri has been the latest manager to struggle when it comes to influencing Ronaldo into the team without hurting opportunities for others. Ever since Ronaldo made the switch to Juventus from Real Madrid, this has been a problem, but it has worsened after the return of Higuain from a loan spell with AC Milan and Chelsea.

Paulo Fonseca Wants to See Roma Attack More

Paulo Fonseca has claimed that he wants Roma to start dominating games going forward. In order to do so, the club are working on new tactics and techniques, according to the manager. Roma are going to take on Hellas Verona this weekend. After the recent 3-0 success over Istanbul Basaksehir,Fonseca claimed that the focus is now back on the Italian Serie A. Roma have been able to breathe a sigh of relief since the injury crisis seems to be clearing up. The likes of Nikola Kalinic, Lorenzo Pellegrini, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan are back in option for the team, butNicolò Zaniolo is unavailable due to suspension.

Lautaro Martinez speaks on the coaching style of Antonio Conte

Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez has praised the coaching style of manager Antonio Conte by stating that the Italian is ‘very demanding’ and tries to get the best out of the players. Conte only took over the reins at the Nerazzurri during the summer but he has since brought plenty of positivity around the club.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp heaps praise on ‘difficult’ Napoli

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has heaped praise on Napoli after the Serie A side outclassed them in their Champions League opener. The Reds have been pitted against the Naples outfit in the Champions League group stage for the second season on the bounce but they could not start their European campaign on a winning note as they suffered a 2-0 defeat on the road.

Giorgio Chiellini speaks on the impact of Maurizio Sarri

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has said that Maurizio Sarri has different characteristics when compared to former coach Max Allegri and the team are trying their best to adapt to the demands of the new head coach. The Bianconeri have made multiple new signings during the summer and Matthijs de Ligt has been the most-profile capture after the switch from Ajax.

Silva refuses to speak on Moise Kean until transfer is announced

Everton boss Marco Silva has refused to speak on the qualities of Moise Kean, considering the club have yet to land his signature. The Toffees are widely reported to have won the race to sign the Italy international from Juventus but an announcement has been held back with the marksman yet to complete the necessary formalities with the club.

Speaking to reporters, the Toffees head coach said: “I can’t talk about him now as there is nothing official. Let us see what we can do. I hope we can finalise it. In this moment, we have Cenk, Dominic – a young striker – and we are looking for a striker to improve our squad. Once we have signed him, then I can tell you about the feedback and what is my feelings about him.”

Giorgio Chiellini speaks on the impact of Maurizio Sarri

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has said that Maurizio Sarri has different characteristics when compared to former coach Max Allegri and the team are trying their best to adapt to the demands of the new head coach. The Bianconeri have made multiple new signings during the summer and Matthijs de Ligt has been the most-profile capture after the switch from Ajax.

Speaking to reporters, Chiellini said that the players are adjusting to the change in tactics under Sarri and the focus is on attaining maximum efficiency ahead of the new league season, he told: “Every coach has his own characteristics, we have had Conte and Allegri in recent years, Sarri is different again. There is maximum availability on our part, and the whole team is trying to incorporate the coach's requests as soon as possible. We are still work in progress, this pre-season has been too long, I still don't understand why we are the only ones in Europe starting at the end of August. From next week we will begin to increase our head and body rhythms.”

Solskjaer confirms doubts regarding the future of Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that he has doubts regarding the future of Romelu Lukaku, who has been touted to join Inter Milan this summer. The Belgian’s representative has confirmed that the striker is keen on making the move to the Serie A outfit, but so far, the club have not been able to strike a transfer agreement with the Red Devils.

United started their pre-season with a 2-0 triumph over Perth Glory on Saturday and shortly after that game, Solskjaer explained that the absence of Lukaku was due to fitness concerns from training, he said: "He should be fit for Wednesday, He trained with the team yesterday but it was not useful today to risk him."

Torreira dismisses transfer speculation linking him with AC Milan

Uruguay international Lucas Torreira has insisted that he is content at Arsenal and has no plans of making the return to the Serie A with AC Milan. The midfielder recently admitted that he has been struggling with a language barrier since making the move to England and that has led to suggestions that he could part ways with the Gunners.

Speaking ahead of Uruguay’s Copa America quarter-final against Peru, Torreira revealed that there has been no contact with the Rossoneri whatsoever and he is happy at the Gunners despite the struggles in adapting, he said: “Nobody from AC Milan has got in touch with me. Today I’m in the Premier [League] and happy to be part of Arsenal. Adapting was not easy, but I only think about the team. I’m happy to be there.”

Juventus defender speaks on his future amid Manchester United speculation

Juventus defender Joao Cancelo has said that he is content in Turin amid the recent speculation regarding his future. The Portugal international has been recently linked with a potential move to Manchester United this summer amid claims that he does not have a fond relationship with manager Max Allegri.
Cancelo joined the Bianconeri from Valencia last summer but he has not been able to cement the right-back role with manager Allegri opting to swap him with Mattia De Sciglio on numerous occasions over the course of the campaign. As such, there have been suggestions that he could part ways with the club this summer but Cancelo has refuted the claims saying: “I want to stay here. I hope my future is at Juventus, where I hope to win many different trophies.”

Cancelo’s comments may come as a potential blow for United during the summer transfer window, given they are keen on pursuing a young and experienced option for the right-back role. Ashley Young has been the regular choice for the position over the past 24 months, but there are doubts whether he can sustain the role next term due to the inconsistency exhibited during the recent league campaign.

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