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Transfer Rater: Courtois to Juventus

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Transfer Rater: Thibaut Courtois to Juventus, Marouane Fellaini to PSG

The latest transfer rumours from around the world.
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Thibaut Courtois to Juventus

The Serie A champions have joined the race for the Belgian keeper, viewing him as the ideal long-term replacement for Gianluigi Buffon....

 By Chris Wright

Gianluigi Buffon and Ivan Rakitic's embrace after Juventus vs. Barcelona

Fans of budding football bromance will no doubt be enthused by the news that the social media love-in between Gianluigi Buffon and Ivan Rakitic shows no signs of abating just yet.

The pair exchanged pleasantries on Twitter earlier in the week when Rakitic, upset at seeing Buffon weep over Italy's failure to reach the World Cup, attempted to offer the veteran goalkeeper his place at Russia 2018.

Buffon replied by thanking the Croatian with all his heart, promising him to send him a signed jersey by...

 By Mina Rzouki

Medhi Benatia excels at the back for Juventus, Juan Cuadrado stumbles

A 0-0 draw was enough to see Barcelona into the round of 16 as group winners over Juventus.
Gab Marcotti addresses Juventus' Serie A form and the mounting pressure on Max Allegri after their loss at Sampdoria.

Drawing 0-0 at home to Barcelona on Wednesday, Juventus have yet to qualify to the next round of the Champions League and have left it all to do in Greece, where they face Olympiakos next.

In a tactical match void of any real entertainment, both sides chose to play it safe and provided little by way of decisive attacking threats. With Barcelona leaving Lionel Messi out for the first 55 minutes, Juventus were expected to show the courage to try and win the game to secure qualification, but they could...

Barcelona fail to shine but Juventus draw ensures they top group

A 0-0 draw was enough to see Barcelona into the round of 16 as group winners over Juventus.

TURIN, Italy -- Three quick thoughts on the 0-0 draw between Juventus and Barcelona at Allianz Stadium on Wednesday.

1. Barcelona into last 16 as group winners

Barcelona secured their place in the Champions League knockout stages with a goalless draw at Juventus on Wednesday in a performance that summed up their season so far. With Lionel Messi surprisingly left on the bench, given a breather, Ernesto Valverde's side failed to shimmer but did get the point they needed to ensure they go through...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juve need to rediscover their trademark defensive solidity vs. Barca

Following their defeat at Sampdoria, the FC panel discuss whether Juve's defensive frailties will manifest themselves again.
Gab Marcotti addresses Juventus' Serie A form and the mounting pressure on Max Allegri after their loss at Sampdoria.
Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri admits he is sorry for his side's 3-2 Serie A defeat to Sampdoria.

The beauty of football is that there is no "right" way of playing it no matter what the philosophers will have you believe. There are the fiercely direct sides that make only four passes before scoring an audacious goal or those who thrill with their passing triangles and fluid play. For Juventus, balance has always been the key word.

A team often accused of developing disciplined robots that only know how to win, Juventus were always unashamedly structured at the back yet capable of thrilling...

Arsenal approach stops Spurs, Madrid derby helps Barcelona, Juventus slump

Shaka Hislop says Spurs shouldn't worry after losing at Arsenal, but Steve Nicol questions their confidence away from home.

Never mind those Arsenal/Tottenham combined XIs that were all the rage or that Arsene Wenger's sporting obituary has been written many times over; Saturday's North London derby was a reminder that fitness matters and tactics matter and that, while Mesut Ozil may be inconsistent, when he's on a high, he's a difference maker.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino pointed out that Arsenal's first goal shouldn't have counted, and he's right: It wasn't a free kick to begin with, and scorer Shkodran Mustafi...