Dani Alves: Defender leaves Juventus after one season in Italy

Manchester City target Dani Alves has left Serie A champions Juventus after one season in Italy. The 34-year-old Brazilian right-back confirmed his departure via his Instagram account. “Today our professional relationship ends and I will carry with me all of those who with love and a true heart make Juve a great club,” he wrote.…

Serie A: Edin Dzeko stars as Roma keep Juventus in sight

Edin Dzeko produced a goal and an assist as Roma kept pace with Serie A leaders Juventus by comfortably overcoming Bologna 3-0 at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara. Dzeko added to first-half strikes from Federico Fazio and Mohamed Salah as Luciano Spalletti’s side moved six points adrift of Juventus, who had temporarily extended their lead at…

Serie A roundup: Gonzalo Higuaín double helps Juventus maintain lead

-Returning Paulo Dybala also scores in 3-0 victory over Bologna -Roma remain second after beating Genoa thanks to own goal Serie A leaders Juventus returned from their winter break to demonstrate their fearsome Scudetto credentials with a 3-0 dismantling of Bologna on Sunday night. Gonzalo Higuaín reached 12 league goals for the season by scoring…

Serie A roundup: Napoli beat Roma 2-1 to close in on second

Napoli got back on track by beating nearest rival Roma 2-1, as Juventus stretched its advantage to 10 points. Napoli got back on track by beating nearest rival Roma 2-1, leaving Serie A leader Juventus with the biggest smile on Saturday. Napoli remained third but closed the gap to second-placed Roma to two points. Juventus…

Serie A: Juve beat Lazio; Inter win again

Juventus returned to winning ways on Sunday as early strikes from Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain steered the Serie A leaders to a 2-0 victory over fourth-placed Lazio. Dybala notched his fifth league goal of the season five minutes into the contest at the Juventus Stadium with a fine left-footed effort from the edge of…

Higuain scores twice as Juventus beat Bologna; Roma win to keep pace

Juventus cruised to 3-0 win over Bologna marking their 26th consecutive home victory to break the previous Serie A record which the Old Lady set during their 2013-14 campaign. Gonzalo Higuain opened the scoring for the hosts in the seventh minute, with Paulo Dybala doubling the advantage from the penalty spot just minutes before half-time. Juve’s third came…