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UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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 By PA Sport

Juventus seal signing of Croatia winger Marko Pjaca from Dinamo Zagreb

The ESPN FC crew discuss Juventus' current standing among the favourites in the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League.
Marko Pjaca in action for Dinamo Zagreb
Marko Pjaca has completed his move to Juventus.

Juventus have signed Croatia winger Marko Pjaca from Dinamo Zagreb, the Serie A champions announced on Thursday.

The 21-year-old, who made three appearances for his country at Euro 2016 and has 11 caps in all, signed a five-year contract to complete a move worth €23 million.

A statement on Juve's website read: "Juventus Football Club SpA announces the agreement with the Croatian club GNK Dinamo Zagreb for the definitive acquisition of the registration rights of the player Marko Pjaca against...

 By Ben Gladwell

Dinamo Zagreb's Marko Pjaca set for Juventus medical ahead of switch

Marko Pjaca in action for Dinamo Zagreb
Marko Pjaca made six Champions League appearances last season.

Marko Pjaca has arrived in Turin for a medical ahead of his move from Dinamo Zagreb to Juventus.

Pjaca, 21, scored two goals for the Croatian champions in a 3-2 win over Vardar which booked their place in the third qualifying round on Wednesday evening, and on Thursday morning he was already disembarking a plane in Turin ahead of a new adventure with the Italian champions.

The ESPN FC crew discuss Juventus' current standing among the favourites in the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League.

A fee in the region of €25 million is reported to have been agreed between the two clubs with Pjaca set to become the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

UCL - Celtic rally after first-leg loss to see off Lincoln Red Imps

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hailed his team's performance in overturning a 1-0 deficit against the Lincoln Red Imps.

Celtic put part-time Lincoln Red Imps in their place with a 3-0 Parkhead win that set up a Champions League third-round qualifying meeting with Astana.

The Hoops had been embarrassed by a 1-0 defeat in last week's first leg in Gibraltar, in what was new boss Brendan Rodgers' first competitive game.

However, Celtic burst out of the traps eager to get revenge and three first-half goals from defender Mikael Lustig, striker Leigh Griffiths and winger Patrick Roberts had the tie finished before the...

 By Ben Gladwell

Marko Pjaca 'close' to joining Juventus from Dinamo Zagreb - agent

Marko Pjaca in action for Dinamo Zagreb
Marko Pjaca is closing in on a move to Serie A, according to his agent.

Marko Pjaca has bid farewell to Dinamo Zagreb ahead of a proposed move to Juventus, with his agent confirming he wants to join the Bianconeri.

Pjaca, 21, played little over an hour of Dinamo's opening Croatian league fixture against Lokomotiva Zagreb at the weekend before leaving the field to a standing ovation from the home fans.

"I'd like to say a big thank you to everyone who gave me a standing ovation when I was substituted," Pjaca wrote on his Facebook page. "I'm a Zagreb boy who loves Dinamo...

 By PA Sport

Gibraltar side stun Brendan Rodgers' Celtic in Champions League qualifier

The ESPN FC crew discuss Celtic's loss to Lincoln Red Imps in Champions League qualifying.
ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini says Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers' response to his side's loss to Lincoln was delusional.

Brendan Rodgers' first game as Celtic boss ended in a humiliating 1-0 defeat to Gibraltar's Lincoln Red Imps in the first leg of their second round Champions League qualifier on Tuesday.

Celtic laboured in the searing heat of the goalless first 45 minutes and were then stunned when Lee Casciaro, who had scored Gibraltar's first international goal against Scotland at Hampden in 2015, sensationally put the part-timers ahead in the 47th minute.

Hoops striker Leigh Griffiths hit the woodwork twice as...