Before you tune in to all the Serie A action on ESPN+, we break down what to watch for throughout the 2020-21 season.
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Former Real Madrid and Chelsea striker Gonzalo Higuain will join the MLS side co-owned by David Beckham as a designated player.
Sami Khedira's contract looks set to be terminated at Juventus and Manchester United are interested. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has flown to Italy to take an exam that would see him granted Italian citizenship ahead of a proposed move to Juve.
Andrea Pirlo taking the reins at Juventus was surprising, but there's also little reason to doubt him. (There's little risk for Juve either.)
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The 2020-21 season is kicking off all across Europe and there are plenty of opportunities for the best USMNT players to shine. Here's who to watch.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Aaron Ramsey, Marko Pjaca and Manolo Portanova all found the net for Juventus.
Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain arrived in Miami on Friday ahead of an expected move to MLS side Inter Miami CF.
Cristiano Ronaldo reaches 100 goal milestone after scoring for Portugal in Tuesday's UEFA Nations League match against Sweden.
"We are going to wait and see how he responds this afternoon and we will make a decision," Santos said about Ronaldo.
Weston McKennie will look to become a first-team regular as Juventus aim to clinch a 10th consecutive Serie A title.
Sweden's record goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic was unhappy with national team boss Janne Andersson after their defeat to France on Saturday.
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo, who has 99 international goals, missed the game because of a toe infection and watched from the stands.
Luis Suarez and Arturo Vidal were informed by new Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman that they were not part of his plans for the upcoming campaign.