There’s a lot of rumors being thrown out there these days and nobody knows what is actually real stuff to believe.
Get out your phones and update your calendars — your weekends are full of Juventus-related things again.
Our countdown of Juve’s best strikes lives on!
Well, this is unexpected.
One of Juve’s best young prospects has come back to Turin after a few years on loan and wants to score some goals ASAP.
The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 104: Is one Frenchman leaving Juve as another is set to arrive?
As we await Paul Pogba’s triumphant return to Turin, his national team teammate Adrien Rabiot has reportedly told Juventus that he would like to leave the club this summer.
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Juventus’ first major signing of the summer of 2022 is just a couple of weeks away from arriving back in Turin.
If you’re growing impatient, don’t worry because you’re not the only one.
Well this is quite the development.
We take a look at how the league has evolved in terms of points gained by the leading teams
This is good news.
Juventus has officially done its first piece of business for the summer of 2022.
Well this has been a bit annoying.
So long, sweet and handsome Spanish striker.
Everybody’s favorite fullback is sticking around.
But seeing him actually stay at Juventus is a completely different matter.
It ain’t officially official just yet, but it’s basically one "player flies to Turin" step away from that.
The Juventus world is currently filled with transfer rumors galore, and because of that we decided to take a break from talking about said rumors to take some questions from the some of our loyal listeners and Twitter followers.
We’re gonna miss you, you big goofy nerd.
Put him on the list!
Freddie Cats did good. Freddie Cats did very good.
One of Juventus’ big transfer targets is likely on the move this summer, according to the team he currently plays for.
It’s been a few years, but Max Allegri and the crew is taking their summer preparations over the Atlantic.
The young midfield doesn’t want much other than to not go out on loan again next season.
As the search for a winger turns from an Argentine to an Italian, things are getting interesting.
Well that doesn’t sound great.
But consider the four of us not any of those people who are actually freaking out about what de Ligt said about his contract extension and his Juventus future while on international duty with the Netherlands.
Giorgio Chiellini’s Juventus career is now, unfortunately, only something we can refer to in the past tense. But what was it like to be there as Chiello said goobye?