JUVENTUS NEWS

Brazil and Botafogo goalkeeper Jefferson’s agent said he’d be “perfect at Juventus, Sassuolo or Palermo.”
Juventus are reported to be targeting Manchester City’s Matejia Nastasic as they look to bolster their defence.
Antonio Conte has confirmed he will first meet with Andrea Pirlo before determining the midfielder’s future with his Italy.
Antonio Conte says that he will look to instil a togetherness between Serie A’s Coaches, and a club spirit with Italy.
Antonio Conte has explained that his exit from Juventus earlier this summer was the natural conclusion on their three-year relationship together.
Antonio Conte admits he didn’t expect to be back in management so soon after Juventus, but says Italy couldn’t be turned down: “I like challenges.”
Atalanta are considering offering Michael Agazzi an out at Milan, reportedly meeting with his agent, but the player may be thinking otherwise.
Juventus look set to miss out on Kostas Manolas this summer, with Arsenal reportedly agreeing a fee with Olympiacos.
Antonio Conte is putting pen to paper on his two-year contract to become Italy CT, before being presented to media today.
Former Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli has wished successor Antonio Conte the best of luck as Azzurri boss.
Former Italy international Damiano Tommasi believes Antonio Conte’s appointment as Azzurri Coach could prove very rewarding.
Roma forward Juan Iturbe believes his side have what it takes to win the Scudetto this season.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has conceded that Matija Nastasic will leave the club, and could return to Serie A.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon suggest that Inter will lower their asking price for Fredy Guarin.
Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Christoph Kramer has revealed that he would prefer a move to England or Spain, should he leave the Bundesliga.
Christian Abbiati is reportedly interested in a return to Juventus, but the Bianconeri have specific terms and Milan are saying no.
Juventus have been paired with interest in Radamel Falcao, with any move seen as hinging on Fernando Llorente first leaving.
Max Allegri reflects that a successful Coach needs his club and his players behind him, and says he has found this at Juventus.
Juventus cannot afford to make mistakes in the transfer window, warns Max Allegri, as he describes Arturo Vidal as ‘a lion in a cage’.
Massimiliano Allegri sees value in Juventus’ tour of Asia and tactical flexibility and comments once more on working again with Andrea Pirlo.