Domenico Berardi gets routinely linked with a move to Juventus, but Sassuolo exec Giovanni Carnevali stated that the two clubs weren’t currently discussing any player. The executive also criticized José Mourinho following the latest controversy: "I would have never dared to disparage other sides."
José Mourinho has come under fire before and after the Sassuolo game for accusing Domenico Berardi of diving and pressuring the young referee. The Special One put on another show in the post-game press conference, speaking only in Portuguese: “My Italian isn’t sufficient and good enough to express certain concepts.”
Following an atypically quiet summer transfer window, Juventus return to the drawing board to reinforce their squad amid a genuine Scudetto push. As per Gazzetta dello Sport (via Tuttojuve), the record-time Serie A champions have identified two targets ahead of the January transfer window.
Luciano Spalletti has confirmed that Italy will indeed move on from Jorginho as a PK taker following his latest error against North Macedonia. Italy didn’t pay the price for it last Friday, unlike in other instances, most notably in both World Cup qualifiers versus Switzerland in 2021.
Luciano Spalletti has issued the final squad list for the Ukraine game, where Italy will need to avoid losing to finish second and qualify for Euro 2024 directly without going through the playoff. The most notable exclusion is Domenico Berardi, who started against North Macedonia but had an underwhelming performance.
Juventus aren’t thinking only about the midfield ahead of the January window, as they might rekindle their interest in Domenico Berardi. Their management recently talked strategy with coach Massimiliano Allegri. Under the right circumstances, they could sign an attacker with diverse traits compared to those already in the squad.
Fabio Capello is aware of the advantage Juventus possess, not playing any continental cup competitions this season following their UEFA ban. The Bianconeri have made the most of their situation by focusing on Serie A, as they sit atop the table, just two points behind Derby d’Italia rivals Inter.
The Juventus list of midfield targets grows by the day, and they are mulling revisiting one of their summer options, Thomas Partey. The deal didn’t go through in the past window because he was too pricey. The Bianconeri ultimately stood pat at the position. They can no longer do that.
Domenico Berardi made a brilliant comeback to the national team after missing out in September due to injury, as he knocked in two strikes against Malta in Italy’s 4-0 victory. Azzurri boss Luciano Spalletti was full of praise after the Sassuolo winger’s match-winning performance but urged his improvement.
Despite several injury and suspension setbacks, Italy sailed past continental minnows Malta 4-0 at Stadio San Nicola on Saturday night. A landslide victory over the Mediterranean whipping boys has solidified Gli Azzurri's grip on the UEFA European Championship 2024 qualification.
Luciano Spalletti has released the list of 27 players who will be called up for Italy’s upcoming UEFA Euro Qualifier matches against Malta and England. A handful of injury concerns have hit the Azzurri camp, but Spalletti will nonetheless bet on his side bringing all six points back home.
Luciano Spalletti will issue the squad for the Euro qualifiers versus Malta and England on Friday. While he’s dealing with a few injury concerns, he has prepared two returns relative to the previous matches. Francesco Acerbi and Domenico Berardi are expected to be back in the squad.