Manchester United Reject Juventus Duo in Pogba Swap

Ever since Paul Pogba's imminent departure from Man United had been announced by his agent Mino Raiola last month, speculations regarding his return to Juventus have been gaining steam. Although a January transfer would be unlikely, the Bianconeri will try to land their former star in the next summer while using some of their current players as bargains to lower the price.
Juventus interested in Locatelli as an alternative to pogba

Juventus Identify Italian Midfielder as Pogba Alternative

Paul Pogba spent the best part of the last decade changing allegiance between Manchester United and Juventus. And although the Frenchman is once again being tipped to make his return to Turin, this type of mega-money transfer is always highly complicated. Thus, Juventus must keep some alternatives in mind, and Manuel Locatelli is apparently chief among them.

Objective Pogba: Can Juventus Lure Back the Man United Star?

The frosty relationship between Paul Pogba and Manchester United is no longer a badly hidden secret. His agent Mino Raiola has clearly stated that the Frenchman is unhappy in Northern England and will be seeking a transfer. So can Juventus take advantage of  the dire situation and bring Pogba back to the Italian Peninsula in a shocking January move?

The Top 10 Serie A Goal Celebrations in the 2010-2020 Era

One of the most fascinating aspects of football could be the special goal celebrations, when a player who's in the middle of his euphoria after just scoring a goal, is able to maintain his composure and deliver his own signature celebration, much to the delight of his supporters. So here are the our Top 10 Serie A signature goal celebrations from the modern era (2010 - 2020).

Stickers Swapping: The Serie A Top Clubs Market Priorities

In today's edition of our Stickers Swapping column, we take a look at some of the top club’s market situation and how they should be acting in this transfer window. Juventus and Milan were the first to move, securing the services of Dejan Kulusevski and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Serie A might be set to welcome back some big names like Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal...

Meanwhile in Moscow: Vive La France! The World Cup Is Bleu!

The World Cup Winners remains an elite club with very strict admission rules. France covered themselves with glory for the second time, while brusquely rejecting Croatia’s application to join the club. The Final in Moscow ended 4-2 for Didier Deschamps’ side, but we need to thank both teams for giving life to one of the most entertaining finals in decades.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Umtiti Brings France Back to WC Final

A flash in the night of Saint Petersburg, Samuel Umtiti’s header brought France back to a World Cup Final, 12 years after the bitter outcome of Berlin 2006. Didier Deschamps’ side prevailed in their Semi Final over Belgium with a lone goal by their Barcelona-based center back. Just like 4 years ago in Brazil, the Red Devils faded away in the decisive moment.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Pogba Saves Bleus in Aussies Battle

It took a little help from technology for France to overcome a gritty Australia, and gain their first three points in their World Cup run. The French benefited of the first penalty ever assigned via VAR in a world competition, but coach Didier Deschamps and his boys left Kazan with more doubts than certainties, despite goals scored by Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba.