Leonardo Bonucci hails 'alien' Dani Alves

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Monaco still has much to learn. Now, the club will be tasked with trying to become the first team in UEFA Champions League history to erase a two-goal deficit on the road in the semifinals. Allegri's side is likely to secure an unprecedented sixth Serie A title on Sunday at Roma, while it is also in the Italian Cup final.

The original scheduling shows how little faith the Italian authorities had in any of their sides making the Champions League showpiece. Mbappe, who was not yet born when Buffon made his FIFA World Cup™ debut with Italy, has nevertheless warned that the tie is far from over: "We know it's hard, but we're going to do all we can to play a great game". "He's been probably the most influential player in it". Our opponent's youngest player was (Paulo) Dybala, who is 23.

"Now we are in the crucial phase of the season because we have not won anything yet. In three years' time this squad will be 25-30 per cent better". The 18-year-old striker wasn't even born when Buffon made his Serie A debut in 1995.

Mbappe, who was playing in the reserves in November, has had a spectacular season and his estimated value is already at 100 million euros ($110 million).

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"This group clearly deserves to be where it is today, and the goal is to go until the end", he said to L'Equipe."In the away game with Monaco, they managed the match perfectly". We have more confidence [than Juve's runners-up of 2015] and we will go there to win. Work pays, we can see the success of everything we've put in place.

Spanish daily Marca have published a remarkable nugget of transfer information on Wednesday, the day after Juventus booked their spot in the Champions League final. This time, it could be Juventus' year, especially after it eased past the Catalan team 3-0 on aggregate in the quarterfinals.

Italy global Bonucci said a more mature Juventus - an immovable force in Serie A as they seek European glory - have shown they belong on the big stage, having lost to Barcelona in the 2014-15 Champions League decider.

Leonardo Bonucci hailed Dani Alves' ability to adapt to Juventus' style of play after eight years at Barcelona and labelled the Brazilian "an alien" following his fine performances in recent weeks. In Berlin we had a magnificent midfield, but we're certainly no worse off now.

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