Official Transfers & Numbers (1 Viewer)


Juventuz addict
Dec 16, 2002
Lets make this thread for Official Transfers for the coming season.
Till know juve got Zabina from roma.Who Else come on moggi:(?????
Summer 2004

Capello (AS Roma)
Emerson (AS Roma)
Zebina (AS Roma)
Kapo (AJ Auxerre)
Chiellini (Livorno)
Zalayeta (back from loan)
Olivera (back from loan)
Blasi (back from loan)
Bonnefoi (back from loan)
Cannavaro (Inter)
Ibrahimovic (Ajax)


Maresca (AC Florence)
Di Vaio (FC Valencia)
Brighi (AS Roma)
Chiumiento (loaned to Siena)
Baiocco (loaned to Messina)
Zanchi (loaned to Messina)
Boudianski (loaned to Reggina)
Conte (retired)
Chiellini (loaned AC Florence)
Miccoli (loaned AC Florence)

January 2005


Mutu (sacked from Chelsea)


Iuliano (Real Mallorca)
Legrottalie (loaned to Bologna)

edited: kurvengeflüster, courtesy of ZhiXin

Buy on


The DJ
Oct 30, 2001

Zebina pens Juve deal
Football Italia

Jonathan Zebina has oficially signed a five-year contract with Juventus after a move to Milan fell through.

The deal has now been made official by Juventus, who tied him to the club until June 30 2009.

“It is an honour to play for the Bianconeri,” the Roma defender told the ‘Gazzetta dello Sport’. “I have only ever scored one goal in my entire career and that was against Juventus, so perhaps it was a sign.”

The Frenchman netted the spectacular volley in the closing stages of the 2-2 draw at the Stadio Delle Alpi in September, but has often been criticised for his performances.

Out of contract with Roma on June 30, 25-year-old Zebina had been heavily linked with Italian Champions Milan.

But when they opted to snap up Jaap Stam from Lazio instead, Juventus courted him in a bid to solve their defensive worries.

This year the Turin giants have had their worst defensive record for many years by conceding 42 goals – more than double those let in by Roma.

Zebina is a veteran of the Serie A scene since joining Cagliari in 1998, while he moved to Roma in the summer of 2000.


The DJ
Oct 30, 2001

Capello is new Juve boss - Official
Football Italia

Juventus have officially confirmed that their Coach for the next three seasons will be Fabio Capello as Roma’s collapse continues.

The club had been expected to name its new tactician as Didier Deschamps or Parma’s Cesare Prandelli some time this week following the departure of Marcello Lippi.

But few predicted this turn of events, as Capello had instead been linked with the post at Inter.

The official Juventus website confirmed the news this morning, adding that he had put pen to paper on a three-year contract.

Although no financial details were revealed, the Italian press maintains that Capello has accepted a pay cut to earn just over £2m per season.

The tactician will turn 48 next month and is a former Juventus player, winning three Scudetto’s with the club. He is one of the country’s most successful Coaches with League titles won at Milan, Real Madrid and Roma.

In his management career he has picked up six Championships, the Champions’ League and European Supercup.

This deal has been kept extremely quiet and it’s now believed that the talk of Deschamps was merely a smokescreen while Director General Luciano Moggi performed his magic behind the scenes.

It is a particularly shocking move, as Capello had only last year revealed he rejected the opportunity to take over Juventus in the past as “a lifestyle choice.”

This is the latest disastrous blow for Roma supporters, as they have already waved goodbye to Walter Samuel, Francisco Lima and Jonathan Zebina – the Frenchman also joining Juve.

Now that Capello has switched to their archrivals, it will put captain Francesco Totti’s position at the Stadio Olimpico into real doubt.

However, there was also bad news for the Bianconeri, as during the night Honorary President Umberto Agnelli passed away at the age of 69.


The DJ
Oct 30, 2001

Kapo lands at Juventus
Wednesday 26 May, 2004

Olivier Kapo has arrived in Turin after completing his move from Auxerre to Italian giants Juventus.

The Frenchman has been signed on a free transfer and he is getting to know his new footballing home.

"It was a great feeling to enter such an important world as this," said the 24-year-old after visiting the Centro Sisport training facility.

"I spoke with Ciro Ferrara and Enzo Maresca, plus a few youngsters, and it is a similar environment to the one at Auxerre.

"There seems to be a family feel here even if I’m well aware that this is one of the biggest clubs in the world."

The wide midfielder, who isn’t included in France’s Euro 2004 squad, has signed a four-year contract at the Stadio Delle Alpi.

"I can’t wait for the new season to start," he added. "What is my first objective? To learn Italian and then we’ll see."


Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002

Juve capture U-21 star Chiellini
Football Italia

Juventus have officially signed Azzurrini defender Giorgio Chiellini from under Roma’s noses.

The Under-21 international played a crucial part in May’s European Championship triumph and was co-owned by Roma and Livorno.

He spent this season in Serie B with the Tuscans, who earned promotion into the top flight, and was expected to return to the Capital.

However, Livorno bought out the rest of his contract for £2m with help from Juventus and have now sold him to the Bianconeri outright in exchange for cash and half of fellow Azzurrini man Giuseppe Sculli.

20-year-old Chiellini has penned a five-year contract with the Turin side and is their second defensive reinforcement after Roma’s Jonathan Zebina.


Senior Member
Apr 22, 2003

Emerson joins Juve
Wednesday 28 July, 2004

Brazilian midfielder Emerson has finally left Roma and joined Juventus for an undisclosed fee.

It is believed that the 28-year-old was sold for a figure between £8m and £10m plus Matteo Brighi. The former Parma midfielder, however, is yet to agree terms with the capital side.

Emerson had reached an agreement with the Bianconeri some time ago but the two clubs had seemingly reached a stalemate with Real Madrid ready to pounce for the former Bayer Leverkusen man.

However, after a meeting yesterday with Juve’s Technical Director Luciano Moggi, Roma’s Franco Baldlini, revealed that the transfer had been completed.

“The deal was finally done on Tuesday,” confirmed the Sporting Director. “There are only a few details that need to be ironed out and then both teams give the official confirmation of Emerson’s transfer to Juventus.”

This deal could open the door for Roma to buy Alberto Gilardino. The capital club now have the money to offer Parma for the Italian Under-21 striker.


The DJ
Oct 30, 2001

Juve confirm Cannavaro capture

Fabio Cannavaro is officially a Juventus player after the club completed his transfer from Inter.

The 30-year-old has signed a four-year contract in a swap deal which sees Fabian Carini join the Milan club.

The Uruguayan ‘keeper, who spent last season on loan at Standard Liege, has penned a three-year deal with the Nerazzurri.

"The arrival of Cannavaro is splendid news," boss Fabio Capello told the club’s official website.

"He is an important addition which increases and adds quality to our squad."

Cannavaro, who has reportedly accepted a cut in wages, will boost the Juve defence which was heavily blasted last term.

"Cannavaro is the Italian international captain who reinforces our already reliable defence," continued Capello.

"The fact that we have so many central stoppers is a luxury but they will be needed seeing as there are many games to play."

The capture of the Napoli-born ace will be particularly welcomed by Gigi Buffon and Lilian Thuram after their time together at Parma.

"The fact that he has played with a number of the squad already should help him to settle quickly," concluded the tactician.


Senior Member
Jun 9, 2003

Zlatan Ibrahimović - 16 million €, to be payed in 5 annual instalments: 3 mil € on the signing of the contract, 3 mil € by August 31st 2005, 3 mil € by August 31st 2006, 3 mil € by August 31st 2007, and 4 mil € by August 31st 2008. Ajax will get 14080000 €, while Zlatan's former club, Malmo, will get 1920000 €, because of a 12% sell on clause with Ajax.

Fabio Cannavaro - swap with goalkeeper Hector Fabian Carini.

Ferreira Emerson - 12 mil €, to be payed in 3 annual instalments, plus the full contract of midfielder Matteo Brighi.

Olivier kapo - free transfer.

Jonathan Zebina - free transfer.

Landry Bonnefoi - recalled from loan - Messina.

Manuele Blasi - recalled from loan - Parma.

Ruben Olivera - recalled from loan - Atletico Madrid.

Hector Fabian Carini - 5.2 mil € for 50% of the contract, payed through written off debts of Standard Liege towards Juventus. In other words, he was free.

Matteo Brighi - recalled from loan - Brescia.

Giorgio Chiellini - full transfer from Livorno - undisclosed fee.


Hector Fabian Carini - swap with Fabio Cannavaro.

Fabrizio Miccoli - 7 mil € for a coownership deal, to be payed in 3 annual instalments, starting from season 2004/2005.

Giorgo Chiellini - 3.5 mil € for a coownership deal, to be payed in two annual instalments, starting from season 2004/2005.

Marco Di Vaio - full transfer for 10.5 mil €, payable over 5 annual instalments.

Enzo Maresca - 2.5 mil € for a coownership deal, payable over 3 annual instalments, starting from season 2004/2005.

Mateo Brighi - part exchange for Ferreira Emerson.

IN: 23.5 mil €
OUT: 28 mil €

Total: -4.5 mil €

NOTE: The fee for Giorgio Chiellini's transfer from Livorno has not been officially confirmed.


"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
For the players we bought, Emerson, Cannavaro, Zebina, and Ibrahimovic, thats not bad at all. Shows you that Moggi does still have skill on the mercato.


Dec 16, 2003
Ofcoarse not bad.... take a look at real and inter and barca and chelsea how much they spend....

Moggi would have been the most genius man on this planet , if he wouldn't have sell maresca and micco ,,,, this is his big mistake!


Senior Member
Jul 13, 2002
++ [ originally posted by Andy ] ++
For the players we bought, Emerson, Cannavaro, Zebina, and Ibrahimovic, thats not bad at all. Shows you that Moggi does still have skill on the mercato.
poor kapo nobody remembers him


Senior Member
Aug 20, 2004
++ [ originally posted by juvelover ] ++

poor kapo nobody remembers him
with all the spotlights on canna ,zlatan and emerson this season, i expect kapo will have well performence in low pressure, although i know he is a quality player already.


Senior Member
Aug 20, 2004
++ [ originally posted by Jeeks ] ++
Excellent long term plans from Moggi, in a couple of years I expect a powerful team
i am sure juve's already a powerful team, can compete with any of the top club in europe.
of course, never say enough, i hope juve will be better year by year.

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