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Evra wants to win Juventus a fourth title in a row

Patrice Evra hopes to help Juventus win a fourth consecutive league title - a feat Manchester United never quite achieved during his time at Old Trafford.

The 33-year-old left-back did lift the Barclays Premier League five times during his eight years in Manchester but the Red Devils' run towards claiming four in a row was interrupted by Chelsea in 2010.

It won't be easy to win four titles in a row. I managed to do it three times with Manchester United and know how difficult the challenge is.

We also hope to do well in the Champions League. It's a great competition and we'll look to go as far as we can.

– New Juventus defender Patrice Evra.

Evra also admitted he had been especially keen to reunite with his former United team-mate Carlos Tevez, who left his friend behind when crossing the Manchester divide to join City in 2009.

Carlos is a warrior. It was tough for me to see him leave United for another team. We're great friends on and off the pitch.

It wasn't easy to leave Manchester United, it was a decision I made for personal reasons.

I'm happy with the choice I've made in coming here. Juventus is a great club with a wonderful history.

– Evra, who will wear the number 33 shirt in Turin.



Quagliarella heads to Torino

Fabio Quagliarella has crosses the city. Credit: PA

Torino have signed veteran forward Fabio Quagliarella from Juventus in a 3.5million euros transfer fee.

Quagliarella, who had one year left in his previous deal with the Serie A champions, has signed a contract with the Granata outfit until June 2017.

Juve confirm Allegri as boss

Juventus have appointed Massimiliano Allegri as their new coach just 18 hours after Antonio Conte's decision to step down as manager.

Conte, who was under contract with Juve for a further season, surprisingly parted company with the Italian champions on Tuesday after three successful years in charge.

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