Capello: No exits from Juve
Fabio Capello insists no one will be leaving Juventus after Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the subject of a bid from Real Madrid.
The Spanish giants reportedly had a world record offer for the Sweden international turned down by Juve during the week.
Ibrahimovic has enjoyed a fine first season in Turin and has played a key role in helping Juventus win the Serie A title.
Juve coach Capello, speaking after Sunday's 2-2 draw at Livorno, affirmed his stance that no key players will be exiting Stadio Delle Alpi this summer.
"I can guarantee the most important players won't leave Juventus," stated Capello.
The Bianconeri boss also offered praise to his troops for prising the scudetto from the grasp of Milan.
He added: "I think that to win you need certain qualities. This side showed humility and determination but also the will to arrive at the finish. "I think the fundamental point of the season has been the win in Rome against Lazio when we were in a big emergency situation.
"Then, obviously, the win against Milan in San Siro. Milan never gave up. I want to give them my best wishes for their next match with Liverpool."
Juventus' general director Luciano Moggi also lent his backing to Milan's bid to win the UEFA Champions League in Istanbul on Wednesday.
Moggi commented: "We are happy to have won this really good league after a beautiful race with Milan.
"Now, we wish for the Rossoneri to win the Champions League for the prestige of Italian football."