Atomic Winter mercato 2016 (16 Viewers)

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Senior Member
Dec 31, 2002
We will get no one in the winter - Maybe a mediocre mid to complete the team but we will get no one who will make a difference
and we wont get Saponara or players like him either as we know how Marotta works... Marotta is a slow negotiator so we will probably wrap up Floro Flores by the summer

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Junkie Joe Joyce
Oct 2, 2013
I wish Khedira would stay fit but he probably won't. So yeah we could use a Gundogan or a Kovacic but not in the Winter. Assuming the clubs would even entertain us they'd still want an extra 50% on top of whatever already high valuation they have for their players.


Senior Member
Apr 25, 2013
Forget about Rabiot. He's staying at PSG in January.

There was never a chance of him moving to Juve in the first place even if he were to go on loan. He wanted to go on loan to get playing time. He wasn't going to be a starter here.

Saponara, understandably, isn't going anywhere in January. Empoli repeated that many times. He'll move only in July. Saponara's agent also stated that his client doesn't want a move now because being a starter for Empoli provides him with the best opportunity to make Italy's squad for Euro. And he isn't good enough to be a starter with us let alone be a difference maker.


Midnight Marauder
Jul 13, 2013

Juventus director Beppe Marotta “can rule out” a January move for Ezequiel Lavezzi, Ilkay Gundogan or Ever Banega.

The Bianconeri transfer guru spoke to Mediaset Premium this afternoon and shot down the rumours in today’s papers.

“The January transfer window is one for reparation and we do not need to repair anything,” noted Marotta.

“In January the moves are not always advantageous for clubs, even if we remain vigilant for any interesting opportunities.

“Gundogan and Banega? I can rule out a move for them and the same goes for Lavezzi.”

Marotta also confirmed Juve were “already in negotiations” with Andrea Barzagli for a contract renewal.


Senior Member
Dec 31, 2002
Juve send scouts for Batshuayi?
By Football Italia staff

French reports say Juventus sent scouts to watch Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi against Bordeaux on Sunday.

The 22-year-old striker is attracting attention from across the continent, with 11 league goals already this season.

There have been reports in the French press today that Bianconeri scouts were present during Marseille’s 1-1 draw with Bordeaux last night.

It is believed that they were there to get a closer look at Batshuayi, who has been linked with the Bianconeri in recent weeks as well as Roma.


Junior Member
Mar 25, 2010
For vice-Lichtsteiner we should be after Joao Cancelo. This guy will be huge, saw him play few times, and he is great in both offense and defense department, great crossing, great through balls, really good tackling and interceptions. He is only 21 years old, and if Valencia doesn't qualify for UCL this season, I think we have a good shot at getting him.

Btw Valencia bought him for 15M
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