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After Cristiano Ronaldo transferred to Juventus, the Italian team is getting closer attention. First of all, people pay attention to the performance of Allegri’s team at the international arena. In Italy, the Old Lady has long accustomed everyone that it regularly wins national trophies.

It seems this year will not be an exception, since from the very start of Serie A new season Juventus has managed to secure a comfortable lead over its competitors.

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• Manchester City;
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• Atletico;
• Bavaria.

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