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Juventus and Manchester United Keeping Tabs on Roma Injured Starlet

The fact that Nicolò Zaniolo suffered two massive knee injuries in the span of a year has not scared away the suitors. In particular, Juventus and Manchester United are monitoring his recovery from a second ACL tear ahead of the summer window, however Roma have no plans of selling the player.
In Round 2 of the Nations League, it was the Cristiano Ronaldo show in Stockholm as the Juventus ace scored a brace to get to 101 goals for Portugal

Nations League Round Two Recap: Cristiano Ronaldo Does It Again!

The second round of the Nations League saw Cristiano Ronaldo stealing the stage but there was much more that happened both on and off the pitch. The international break ended just like it began, unable to answer how the coronavirus pandemic can be managed in football. Kylian Mbappé was the notable casualty of national duty, though he will soon return to action.
Nicoló Zaniolo surrered an ACL injury during the match between Italy and the Netherlands

Stay Strong, Zaniolo, and Think of Roberto Baggio!

Life must not always be easy at 21 for an up-and-coming football star like Nicoló Zaniolo, especially when luck doesn’t seem to be on your side and keeps making you prone to injury. The Roma winger suffered a complete tear to the anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Monday’s Nations League match between the Azzurri and the Netherlands.

The Rebuild of Roma and Their Place In the New Serie A Order

Roma improved on their sixth-place finish in 2018/19 with a fifth place in the last campaign. While the top four were separated by five points, Roma were eight points behind the Champions League slots. Fonseca had a tough task, and the takeover of Friedkin will add more pressure. The targets will change and a Champions League slot should be in their crosshairs.

Four Serie A Prospects Andrea Pirlo Could Bring To Juventus

Andrea Pirlo has been installed as the new Juventus boss, but who might he be looking to bring in over the summer? Many expect a clearout at the club and many high-earning players will make way for some new, hopefully much younger blood. Here we take a look at four Serie A prospects that Pirlo could look to bring in over the summer.

Five Things First: Top Stories From Serie A Round 32

Round 32 of Serie A saw Juventus coming pretty close to losing their second game in a row before Cristiano Ronaldo sorted things out from the penalty spot to deny Atalanta a joy. Gian Piero Gasperini's boys thus failed their assault to the second spot in the table, which was rather conquered by Inter as the Nerazzurri beat Torino in the last round fixture on Monday night. 

Juventus Clinch Winter Crown as Roma’s Zaniolo Suffers Injury

Juventus are the Serie A Winter Champions as they beat Roma 2-1 in the Stadio Olimpico showdown on Sunday thanks to a double lead taken early in the game with a brutal one-two. The match was, however, stained by young starlet Nicoló Zaniolo's injury, as the Azzurri sensation left the pitch in the 34th minute with a torn right-knee cruciate ligament. His season is likely over.

Screw the Catenaccio! When Italy Go into Full Attack Mode

There is a reason why Italy’s dazzling 9-1 win over a modest Armenia selection is sending the whole world of calcio in raptures. Historically, the Italians have not exactly been known for their offensive style of play, their football credo being rather exemplified by the notorious catenaccio. Roberto Mancini is on a mission to change that perception.

Magic Moment Roma! Wolves Oust Napoli to Catch Third Win

Roma caught their third win in a row as they topped Napoli 2-1 in Serie A Round 11 on Saturday. Niccoló Zaniolo wrapped his third seasonal goal to push the Giallorossi ahead before Jordan Veretout could double the lead from the penalty spot. Arkadiusz Milik made it to the scorecard for the fifth time in four games to reduce the gap for the Partenopei. 

Milan Crisis Continues, Roma Chase Champions League Train

Milan’s psychodrama continued today at the Stadio Olimpico as the Rossoneri left three more points on the road losing 1-2 to Roma. Stefano Pioli’s side’s awful defending offered Edin Dzeko and Nicoló Zaniolo two easy chances to make it to the scorecard, frustrating Theo Hernandez’s equalizer. Roma thus lifted themselves up to the 5th place in the table.