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Italian clubs headed to North America
April 20th, 2010 1:09AM
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[DATEBOOK] Juventus will play a postseason exhibition against the New York Red Bulls at their new Red Bull Arena on May 23, making it the third Serie A powerhouse to announce plans to head to North America.

AC Milan will face D.C. United on May 26 at RFK Stadium and the Montreal Impact on June 2 at Olympic Stadium.

Fiorentina will play the Impact on May 23 at Saputo Stadium.

The teams will be missing players who will be with their national teams preparing for the World Cup, but they should feature major stars.

AC Milan's Ronaldinho is not expected to be called up for the World Cup.

Juventus veterans Alessandro Del Piero (Italy) and David Trezeguet (France) are no longer part of their national team programs.

Fiorentina's Montenegrin, Stevan Jovetic, is one of the most exciting young players in Serie A.



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