2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
23-9-6, 4th in Italian Serie A
Why Cristiano Ronaldo can be patient about club future (1:42)
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Real, Juve, Barca can play in 2021-22 UCL

Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid have been admitted to next season's Champions League despite involvement in the proposed Super League.

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3dAdriana Garcia

Messi beats Ronaldo in all-time free kick chart

Lionel Messi has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo as the active player to score the most free kicks after scoring in Argentina's Copa America opener.

Fernandes & Ronaldo score in Portugal's win vs. Israel (1:16)
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11dRob Dawson

Sources: Ronaldo checking on transfer interest

Cristiano Ronaldo's representatives are continuing to gauge interest from some of Europe's top clubs, sources have told ESPN.

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12dAdriana Garcia

Ceferin: Agnelli 'doesn't exist anymore' to me

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin feels betrayed by Juventus president Andrea Agnelli because of his involvement in the European Super League.

UEFA and Super League clubs in a 'standoff' on punishments (1:27)
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14dAdriana Garcia

Tevez leaves Boca Juniors, won't say he's retired

Carlos Tevez, the former Argentina and Manchester United forward, has left Boca Juniors although left the door open for a return to football.

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14dAndrew Cesare Richardson

Juventus chief: Super League a cry for help

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has defended the European Super League project and labelled it a "cry for help."

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17dAdriana Garcia

Tebas: Madrid, Juve, Barca should fear UEFA

La Liga chief and UEFA ExCo member Javier Tebas warned that "UEFA may opt not to register Madrid, and Barca in the Champions" next season.

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De Ligt clarifies comments over COVID jab

Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt has moved to clarify his comments with ESPN Netherlands on taking a coronavirus jab.

Laurens 'surprised' at Allegri's return to Juventus (0:56)

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference394th
Goals Scored774th
Goals Conceded382nd