His last goal with Juventus is dated May 18. This season, despite his 9 appearances the Lion King is still attempting to score his very first goal (by Alessio Manes)
Milan coach granted more freedom of movement to the Japanese talent. A choice that's bearing fruits for the Rossoneri
1-7 is a bottomless score which Calcio should meditate on. The quality and intensity of the game displayed by the three European top clubs are still immensely superior
Relationship between the Chilean and la Vecchia Signora is deteriorating. Real Madrid and Manchester United are the main suitors of the box to box midfielder (by Thomas Shotton)
Ball-possession and passing game: Guardiola and Garcia's credo is the same, but the Bavarians can play indifferently with a 3 or 4-men defensive line. The biggest threat for the Giallorossi will be Bayern's number 25
The Giallorossi turned a double by Mario Gomez and won a decisive match to qualify for Champions League's round of 16
For two opposite reasons, it wasn't a memorable night for the two Argentinian forwards. Whereas Icardi found himself locked inside the opposition box for most of the game, Higuaín struggled to get in the high goalscoring chance areas of the pitch
The Lupi lost the second leg of the Cup Winners' Cup quarter finals against the Bavarians, but the tifosi never stopped singing and supporting their team
The young Frenchman said that "he doesn't understand why the deal collapsed" but he will be free to sign a pre-contract in January. Will the Premier League's big wigs sneak in the negotiations between Psg and the Giallorossi?
El Pipita, who is known worldwide as a goal machine, doesn't find the net in Serie A for more than 180 days. And he doesn't do anything to hide his stress on the pitch. Is there too much pressure in Naples?
Two legends of the Italian Bianconeri faced in the first matchday of the newborn Indian Super League. Alex has more reasons to smile than his French-Argentinian friend
With Giuseppe Rossi out for the rest of the year due to injury and Mario Gomez looking like a shadow of the man he was at Bayern, Babacar has been given a great opportunity to prove himself in top flight football (by Jack Atkinson)