FIORENTINA NEWS

Juventus Coach Antonio Conte admits he will need to rotate his squad if they are to continue their challenge on two fronts this season.
Fiorentina have named their squad for the Europa League clash with Juventus on Thursday, and will be without Joaquin.
There are reports Carlos Tevez will not be fit to start Thursday’s Europa League Juventus-Fiorentina tie.
Dutchman Bjorn Kuipers will officiate the Europa League Juventus-Fiorentina clash, while Porto-Napoli goes to Pavel Kralovec.
Giovanni Trapattoni is struggling to pick a winner between Juventus and Fiorentina, and enthused at Vincenzo Montella’s work.
Massimo Moratti has listed Inter and Parma as in the fight for fourth spot alongside Fiorentina, after Week 27’s results.
Antonio Conte admits Juventus are “50 per cent Champions of Italy” after seeing off Fiorentina 1-0.
Vincenzo Montella concedes Fiorentina’s first half performance was “unusual” at the Juventus Stadium.
Kwadwo Asamoah’s fantastic individual goal proved enough for Juventus to beat Fiorentina, though Ryder Matos hit the bar.
Kwadwo Asamoah had an extra reason to celebrate his goal against Fiorentina. “It’s the first with my right foot!”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured Paul Pogba’s value “is immense and he’ll stay with us for many years.”
Arturo Vidal reveals what Antonio Conte said to Juventus ahead of today’s Fiorentina showdown.
Juventus launch Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Paul Pogba against Fiorentina’s Mario Gomez, Juan Cuadrado and Alberto Aquilani.
Antonio Conte believes Juventus “ought to thank” Fiorentina for beating them 4-2, as it was a wake-up call.
Roberto Baggio played for both Juventus and Fiorentina, but tips Carlos Tevez to make the difference tomorrow.
Borja Valero sits out a ban as Fiorentina visit Juventus in the first of three meetings over two weeks.
Andrea Pirlo is suspended, but Giorgio Chiellini returns for Juventus-Fiorentina on Sunday.
La Gazzetta dello Sport found only six Serie A clubs ran at a profit last year, while Inter lost €82.7m.
Vincenzo Montella says Fiorentina must “not be victims” when taking on Juventus for the first of three clashes.
Claudio Marchisio talked about his Juventus future, including the triple showdown with Fiorentina.