1 Juventus want to keep Chelsea target Andrea Pirlo in Turin but are resigned to losing Carlos Tevez.Italy international Pirlo, 36, has been linked with a move to the Premier League and MLS while talkSPORT told you this week former Manchester United and Manchester City striker Tevez is reportedly interesting Liverpool, as well as Atletico Madrid.Playmaker Pirlo, who is yet to ply his trade in England, has one year remaining on his existing contract with the Old Lady but boss Massimo Allegri is reportedly willing to sacrifice Tevez should he receive a concrete bid.The Argentine forward scored 29 goals in 48 outings for Juve last term but is out of contract at the end of next season.“Tevez? It’s his choice (over his future), and we’ll respect it. We can’t wait long, and the relationship (between us) is fantastic,” Juve’s director general Giuseppe Marotta told the media after unveiling the club’s double-winning trophies at the Juventus Stadium.He added: “As for Pirlo, he hasn’t expressed a desire to leave, that’s important. His contract runs until 2016, and we want him to stay. After he’s back from international duty he’ll let us know.“I repeat: he hasn’t said he wants to leave.” Carlos Tevez
Sarita shocked World Championships bronze medallist and favourite Pooja Dhanda in a close bout to keep UP Dangal alive for a place in the semi-finals of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) with convincing win over MP Yodha, in Greater Noida on Friday.It was Georgi Sakandelidze of Qatar who put the UP team 3-2 ahead in the tie with a dominating 16-1 win over the young Akash Antil in the 125kg super heavy weight category.After that Sarita, who has shown mark improvement with every bout in the league this season, did not let Pooja make another of her famous comebacks to win the women’s 57kg bout 6-5 and seal the tie.Jitender put the icing on the cake for UP Dangal by completely dominating Vasil Mikhailov in the inconsequential men’s 74kg bout 7-2.Earlier, European champion Haji Aliyev came back from a two-point deficit early in the first round to beat UP Dangal’s Pankaj Rana by a huge 18-2 margin to give the debutants a head start.In the next bout, UP Dangal’s Epp Mae of Estonia defeated Colombian Andrea Olaya by a pin fall.Sandeep Tomar made it 2-0 for MP Yodha winning the next bout with a takedown on the counter attack against Rahul 5-1 after an intense tussle in the men’s 57kg category.After encountering a reverse against Pinki in an earlier round, world and European champion Vanesa Kaladzinskaya of UP kept her guard intact in this one and defeated Ritu Phogat 8-3.