2011–12 Juventus F.C. season

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PresidentItaly Andrea Agnelli
CoachItaly Antonio Conte
StadiumJuventus Arena, Turin

The 2011–12 season is Juventus Football Club's 114th in Serie A. Juventus starts the season with a new Manager, Antonio Conte.[1]

On June 15, Former Juventus director manager Luciano Moggi has been banned for life from all Italian football.[2]

On July 8, Juventus start pre-season training in Turin.[3]

On October, President Andrea Agnelli said that Alessandro Del Piero will leave Juventus at the end of the season.

Transfers[change | change source]

In
P. Name from Fee
MF Italy Andrea Pirlo Italy Milan Free
DF Switzerland Reto Ziegler Italy Sampdoria Free
MF Italy Michele Pazienza Italy Napoli Free
FW Italy Alessandro Matri Italy Cagliari €15.5m
FW Italy Fabio Quagliarella Italy Napoli €10.5m
MF Italy Simone Pepe Italy Udinese €7.5m
DF Italy Marco Motta Italy Udinese €3.75m
DF Switzerland Stephan Lichtsteiner Italy Lazio €10m
MF Chile Arturo Vidal Germany Leverkusen €10.5m
FW Montenegro Mirko Vučinić Italy Roma €15m
MF Italy Emanuele Giaccherini Italy Cesena €6m
MF Paraguay Marcelo Estigarribia Paraguay Le Mans €5m
MF Netherlands Eljero Elia Germany Hamburger €9m
Out
P. Name to Fee
MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Hasan Salihamidzic Germany Wolfsburg Free
MF Brazil Felipe Melo Turkey Galatasaray €1.5m
MF Mali Mohamed Sissoko France PSG €8m
MF Portugal Tiago Mendes Spain Atlético Madrid Free
DF France Armand Traoré England Arsenal End of loan
MF Italy Alberto Aquilani England Liverpool End of loan
MF Uruguay Jorge Andrés Martínez Italy Cesena Loan
DF Czech Republic Zdeněk Grygera England Fulham €3M
DF Switzerland Reto Ziegler Turkey Fenerbahçe €600,000
MF Italy Cristian Pasquato Italy Lecce loan

Pre-season[change | change source]

Squad[change | change source]

Goalkeepers
1 Italy Gianluigi Buffon
12 Austria Alexander Manninger
30 Italy Marco Storari
Defenders
2 Italy Marco Motta
3 Italy Giorgio Chiellini
6 Italy Fabio Grosso
11 Italy Paolo De Ceglie
15 Italy Andrea Barzagli
19 Italy Leonardo Bonucci
26 Switzerland Stephan Lichtsteiner
33 Denmark Frederik Sørensen
Midfielders
5 Italy Michele Pazienza
7 Italy Simone Pepe
8 Italy Claudio Marchisio
17 Netherlands Eljero Elia
21 Italy Andrea Pirlo
22 Chile Arturo Vidal
24 Italy Emanuele Giaccherini
27 Serbia Miloš Krasić
28 Paraguay Marcelo Estigarribia
Forwards
9 Italy Vincenzo Iaquinta
10 Italy Alessandro Del Piero
14 Montenegro Mirko Vučinić
18 Italy Fabio Quagliarella
20 Italy Luca Toni
32 Italy Alessandro Matri
38 Italy Amauri

Serie A[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Juventus will appoint Antonio Conte as new coach". Welsfussball. 2011-05-30. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
  2. "Moggi banned for life by Italy FA". XINHUANEWS. 2011-05-16. Retrieved 2011-06-27.
  3. "Juventus arrive at Bardonecchia training camp". AGI. 2011-07-12. Retrieved 2011-07-08.
  4. "Italian players' strike delays start of Serie A season".