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Italian Paper Talk: ‘Morata crack!’ Juventus Striker Out For A Month

Meanwhile, Evra arrives in Turin and is ready to win with the Italian giants…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as new Juventus striker Alvaro Morata suffers a knee injury and is a risk to miss the start of the season.

 

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– Demetrio Albertini back in action.

– He is the anti-Tavecchio candidate for FIGC President. The ex-Milan, Nazionale and Barcelona champion: ‘I want to bring football back to the fore’.

– Juve, Alvaro Morata shock as he risks a long lay-off. Collision during training with Rubinho.

– Lesion to the collateral ligament in his left knee: at least 30-40 days out.

– Patrice Evra arrives, 33 years old and a two-season contract: ‘Ready for a new challenge’.

– Mario Balotelli is back between transfers, mysteries and winning Pippo Inzaghi back.

– Simone Scuffet’s no to Atletico Madrid: ‘I’m staying because in Udine young players grow well’.

– Inter-Gary Medel, it’s time. Walter Mazzarri more relaxed, but needs a top player.

 

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Alvaro Morata shock.

– Nasty knee sprain, Juve lose him for at least a month and new tests today. He’s a huge risk for the start of the season.

– Evra’s arrival is official: ‘Here to win again’.

– Mehdi Benatia: Forward with Roma. The defender takes himself off the market, giving Rudi Garcia one less problem.

– Albertini candidate for Federation President: ‘I’ll change football’. ‘The first objective is to get most out of young players. We’ll base ourselves on foreign examples’.

– Marek Hamsik in 2-0 win, Napoli fever is already running high.

– Today Real Madrid announce James Rodriguez for €80m.

 

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Morata crack!

– Spanish striker appears to have a lesion to the collateral ligament in his left knee. Injury caused by a collision with Rubinho. Today tests, but he risks a 40-day lay-off.

– Evra-Juve, it’s official: Frenchman arrives at the end of the month.

– Fans: Toro to be enjoyed. Rush for season tickets, they’ve already matched last year’s total.

– Albertini: ‘I’ll set the tempo in the FIGC too’.

– Inzaghi tells Milan: Give me Alesso Cerci and Romulo.

– Ezequiel Lavezzi’s wages considered too high.

– Balotelli ever closer to Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger hits the brakes.

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