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Juventus Official Winter Mercato January 2017

February 1, 2017 - 10:33 am

A full list of Juventus transfers for the January 2017 transfer window.


Tomas Rincon DM/CM – EU8m Genoa (Fee could rise to 9m depending on performance)

Mattia Caldara CB – 20-25m Atalanta (will remain on loan at Atalanta until 18/19 campaign)

Riccardo Orsolini LW – 5m Ascoli (will remain on loan until the Summer)

Matheus Pereira AM – Empoli

Matteo Manfroni – Santarcangelo


Tamba M’Pinda DM/CM – LOAN Ascoli

Alberto Cerri CF – LOAN Pescara

Filippo Romagna CB – LOAN Brescia

Alberto Brignoli GK – LOAN Perugia (Purchase option if promoted to Serie A)

Nicolo Pozzebon – CF – LOAN Piacenza

Fabio Morselli SS – LOAN Carpi

Mame Thiam SS- LOAN Empoli (purchase option)

Simone Zaza CF – Valencia (2m loan fee with 16-18m purchase option)

Ouasim Buoy DM/CM/AM – LOAN – FC Zwolle

Roman Macek CM/AM – LOAN – Bari

Eric Lanini CF – LOAN – Matera

Claudio Zappa LB – LOAN – Pordenone

Grigoris Kastanos CM/AM – LOAN – Bari

Stefano Padovan CF – LOAN – Pordenone

Francis Anacoura GK – LOAN – Ancona

Davide Cais – CF – LOAN Carrara

Younes Marzouk CF/SS – LOAN -Chiasso

Udoh King CF/SS – LOAN – Siracusa

Vykintas Slivka CM – LOAn – Ascoli

Gianmaria Zanandrea CB – LOAN – Genoa

Juan Manuel Valencia AM – Bologna (we retain a option)

Patrick Consol CB – LOAN Correggese

Yoan Severin CB – Zulte Waregem

(Youth Report to follow)






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    Moderator February 1, 2017 at 8:20 pm

    I feel he’ll be back at Juve in the summer, Dar 😉

    He’s a decent kid, just has no place in this Juve at this time. I feel for him. Deserves a shot at playing regualarly

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      Dar Black February 1, 2017 at 9:37 pm

      Yes, but where can he go Rav unless back to a small town team? I don’t see him having the talent to make the grade anywhere else. I feel Juve buying him has wrecked things as the only way is down now. He did get chances at West Ham, but really did nothing at all to get a mention in dispatches.

      • thegutterpoet
        thegutterpoet February 1, 2017 at 11:22 pm

        I retain a higher opinion of the lad than yourself, Dar…I believe with games he will score goals, as he did for us fairly effectively. Whether in Spain or in England.

        His stint at the Irons seems already a fragmented scape goat routine for every offensive player except Carroll and Antonio have been abject all season. Payet achieved barely a flicker of his form of last season. Lanzini, Calleri, Ayew, Feghouli, Valencia…all of them have been poor. Zaza was one of many, not the sole failure.

        With us, he had a decent scoring rate. On one hand he had better players around him, to create better and more chances, but on the other hand he was facing teams much more defensive minded. As teams tend to shut up shop when facing Juve…or at least they used to!

        I hope he is given the chance to get match sharp and plunder some goals. His aggressive approach may not go down well in Spain, but Simone is far from out of his depth playing for a decent club.

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    Xx RForcE xX February 1, 2017 at 10:16 pm

    the real story of the bilderberg group, have any one read this?or anything from Daniel Estulin? TGP, do you know this guy from Lithuania?

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      thegutterpoet February 1, 2017 at 11:40 pm

      I recognise the name, mate…probably from my dillydallying with that blustering goon Alex Jones from my earlier years. The Bildeberg are an interesting crowd, of course dominated by Zionist scum and their stooges, yet I see them as not the very top command of the global anglo zionist power structure, but just an executive branch, where sometimes the real pigfuckers at the top attend, often they send their stooges. Economic strategy is the main agenda, as is how to further the zionist quest, destablisation of the middle east, more colour revolutions and to ensure that any threat to the world banking system (represented at the meeting) is to be crushed. Wars are decided, the creation of refugees and their movement the most modern weapon to be employed by the human cockroaches. Proxy wars, cyber war, refugee crises, Operation Gladio false flag attacks, consolidation, protection and development of power…The more I look around me and think rather than rage, the more certain I become that there is more at play than merely top drawer propoganda, something more sinister, for the majority of people come across as so lacking independence, so unwilling or unable to critically challenge anything they are told that they are simply walking, talking machines with levers, and those pulling the levers are proven mass murderers and deceit merchants…Tell people who to hate, they hate the. Tell them how to thin, how to feel, what to say, what to wear…repeat the message enough, from as many angles, through as many mediums as possible and the message sinks in and becomes reality…Most humans are lemmings. I saw no riots, no mass protests, no crying and wailing when Obama was presiding over the rise of the neo nazis in Ukraina, destroying a very well functioning state in Libya, arming, supporting and defending throat cutting heart eating scum in Syria, arming the world’s worst regimes, defending and joining in the invasion of Yemen by our saudi pals, prosecuting more whistleblowers than all US presidents combined and working hard towards nuclear proliferation…and of course, launching a global assassination program with no judge or jury, just drones…Al this happened, yet still you find millions lamenting his departure from the shite house..they were told he was cool, hip, black and a good man, a peaceful man, a decent man. Trump has yet to launch any mass murder programs, destroy any other country, yet he has already come under more threats, more hatred, more rioting and protests than the whole 8 years of Obama…And why is this? It is because people have been told to hate him, from every angle, through every medium, 24/7. It has been and continues to be relentless…People believe what they are told, more often than what they feel and think for themselves. I am no Trump apologist, but I see this manufactured outrage and clearly well orchestrated campaign ‘against’ him, as so extremely effective that i worry that I have misjudged humanity…or rather misjudged the human spirit, which was once, mighty, majestic, proud. And has since been crushed, now seen mainly in the cinema, as with true romance…we head to the big screen watch heroes, who we used to aspire to be, what true romance, yet leave and head back to sleep back to back with out partners…blah blah blah…Indeed, mate, I have come across that chap in the past.

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        Dar Black February 2, 2017 at 12:34 pm

        GP, It is very clear over last few days that there is one law for liberals, one for everyone else. Example, Trump puts a temp ban on entering US for some countries – all hell breaks loose. Obama did it for (admittedly a smaller scale) people coming from Iraq and media/nobody says a word. How convenient. Perhaps the most worrying thing I have seen recently is the move to label/remove things from the internet that are deemed ‘fake’. So those tech giants and media holding the power (predominantly blatantly liberal biased) – they say what we get to hear and see. I am not condoning fake news or hate speech, but again it is priceless liberal hipocrisy that when for instance The Guardian released wikileaks details as news/facts that nobody in the public could substantiate that was ok, even though they later went to say that Julian Assange was one of the biggest serial liars and fantasists they had ever dealt with. But when Wiki release information hurting Hilary and the liberal agenda it has to be spun as fake and shut down. They will enslave us all if they get a chance, I swear we are living in dangerous times.

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          thegutterpoet February 3, 2017 at 10:52 am

          The most worrying thing I see is the mass hysteria and lemming mentality of people I know who I have long considered decent and intelligent. They retain the former, but are horrifically absent of the latter.

          Close chums are joining crowds in Brighton, singing Trump is a Cunt, then sharing it on social media with pride…yet they had no issue, they didnt know, of Obama bombing 7 muslim majority countries…So I find myself in a peculiar position, they are not mong, but are completely led by a system of mass deceit, which works damn hard, to justify their carnage waged with our taxes.

          I am unsure on Trump…He is a land shark, and does at least appear to be a far more hands on president than Obama, who was merely an actor, a stooge…yet I find myself wondering if I am becoming like the lemmings, and when I remove myself, I see that Trump has cut a deal with the Zionists, to make war with Iran, and will leave alone any of the Zinoist allies or business partners. Other than this logical assumption, right left whatever, I am unsure.

          I am unsure for example, who gave the order for the SEALS to attack the Saudi supported al-qaeda pigfuckers in Yemen. This was odd…precisely because it was a US attack on Saudi Arabia and their war games in Yemen.

          And getting back to Juve…where the devil did Gadaffi’s major shares in our club go? After Obama presided over the mass destruction of his prosperous state?

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            Dar Black February 4, 2017 at 1:26 am

            I don’t like Trump per se, nobody who rolls over for NRA is a potential drinking buddy. But at least he is smashing up that grand coalition of politico’s from Clinton era onwards – a good thing. As for Gaddafi and his shares, I suppose once the shares were frozen they were sold back to Exor or some other investor?

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        Sebastián Quiceno February 2, 2017 at 4:41 pm

        Very Interesting Daniel.

        You are definitely a very knowledgeable and person. I admire all the hard work and output you provide for the Juve community with your reports on our beloved madama and engaging with visitors in the threads. and that you still manage to keep up with world affairs in such depth.

        I´ll admit I feel repulse for that rotten realm of world politics, it stinks to the core and has been so since the dawn of mankind. I think anyone who dares touch that world in any way should use a protective suit lest he gets irreversibly infected. Obviously I don´t doubt your legitimate motivations to dive into it so i repeat I commend you for not taking anything for granted.

        It is always useful and insightful to have your opinon on more broader issues even if here at JuveFC (as a matter of chance or for the sake convenience, lol)

        • thegutterpoet
          thegutterpoet February 3, 2017 at 10:43 am

          Thank you, Seb…Yet I must add that its just my stance, conjured from consuming as much as is possible of global affairs, dipping rarely into the MSM machine and scouring the independent reports with no obvious agenda born of gold.

          And I make a marked distinction between politics and global affairs.

          My stance is quite simple…If a mechanism, a power structure has lied and lied and lied to me, and these lies justify the mass slaughter of scores of people in foreign realms who have done me no harm, then I question everything that mechanism says thereafter. The horror is that most people do not care or think about the lies they have been told by the same sources. Saddam had no WMD? Oh well, nevermind eh!

          Now is a close friend betrays me, I do not instantly believe every word they say thereafter, the very opposite is true. And it is this phenomena which worries me more than anything else.

          Obama bombed 7 muslim majority countries, and yet still people are sharing clips of him missing a golf shot or dancing with his mechanised black bambi. Yet Trump places a ban on visas for the same countries which Obama was bombing and killing, and the majority are up in arms…I am more bothered by killing with my taxes, than banning travel with my taxes…

          It is politics, you are correct of course, but politics leads to us working for mass slaughter, hence my appreciation of a vested interest…

          You might, perhaps not!, find some value in the ranting and raving I poured forth last night:

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        Xx RForcE xX February 2, 2017 at 5:47 pm

        i just read some article from this guy and it seems like he knows a lot of things,but i dont understand where is he getting all the informations from? little weird

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    thegutterpoet February 2, 2017 at 12:04 am

    A fair few other deals were attempted…Pescara wanted Mattiello, Mandragora and Romagna. They also signed Adrian Cubas, who you may recall was/is one of the players for whom we have a buying option as part of the Tevez deal.

    There is mist to be cleared on that move. For officially we can purchase the dynamic DM for 6.9m up to April 20th. Yet Pescara have apparently loaned him from Boca with a buying option at the end of the loan (in the summer) for 4m. Some form of that modern day offshoot of co-ownership, the fabled ‘synergy’ is clearly in play…More on this and Rodrgio in my upcoming youth report.

    Other than bringing in Rincon, partly to cover Lemina’s absence, but also I feel, to bring in more experience, muscle and consistency and securing Caldara the club have possibly set up deals for the Summer for Tolisso, De Sciglio and Kolasinac.

    Tricky situation with Lichsteiner…Why has he not signed a new contract after stepping into the breach to help out Allegri who had exiled him to third in the pecking order, through no fault of the Swiss at all? Perhaps he has an offer at a top club elsewhere…With Evra out, Mattiello will be loaned in the Summer, we will definitely be signing a fullback, maybe two if Alves moves on. Which I hope he does.

    Hernanes decided to stay. With Genoa and Sao Paulo apparently interested. Doubt we will see much more of him this season. Sold in the Summer I assume. And if he heads to Sao Paulo, we might pick up some interesting options on their youth prospects…

    De Ceglie, probably the technically worst footballer I have ever seen in out colours, refused a move to Pisa, perhaps elsewhere, so he can continue to rot well away from the first team squad until the Summer when his contract finally expires. He would rather earn decent money at Juve and not play than reduce his wages to find space at another club. His choice.

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      Xx RForcE xX February 2, 2017 at 5:49 pm

      lol De Ceglie, how could he get such a long contract? the worst LB we ever had i guess