JUVENTUS NEWS

Medhi Benatia promised Juventus fans “the utmost effort and a lot of success” after his move from Bayern Munich.
If Milan fail to sign Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal, they could ask Juventus for Daniele Rugani on loan with option to buy.
Juventus have officially confirmed the signing of Medhi Benatia, on loan with option to buy for a total €20m.
Carlos Tevez will sign for Corinthians, but his agent reveals Juventus wanted the striker back.
Kevin Strootman insists “Roma must always fight for the Scudetto” but admits Juventus have “a great squad”.
It’s reported that Juventus could pay Gonzalo Higuain’s release clause without sacrificing Paul Pogba or Leonardo Bonucci.
Miralem Pjanic says his objectives this season at Juventus are simple - “trophies”.
Napoli’s official radio station believes that Gonzalo Higuain’s release clause is still valid, meaning Juventus could theoretically trigger it.
Napoli and Juventus will meet on Monday about Gonzalo Higuain as Edo De Laurentiis is vague on the subject.
Milan's Carlos Bacca and Inter's Mauro Icardi are among Napoli's possible targets if Juventus buy Gonzalo Higuain.
Sources disagree on whether Gonzalo Higuain's buy-out clause, which would allow Juventus to force Napoli into a sale, is still valid.
Multiple reports say Juventus have a deal with Gonzalo Higuain, and could even pay the €94m release clause to Napoli.
Reports are growing that Juventus want Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain, but Aurelio De Laurentiis could block the move.
It’s claimed Juventus have made a bid worth €75m for Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain.
Medhi Benatia may not officially join Juventus until tomorrow, due to passport problems and an extended medical.
Diego Perotti expects Roma to make “a serious challenge for the Scudetto” in the coming season.
Antonio Conte says Chelsea “must fight to the end” to win the Premier League this season.
Paul Pogba describes Juventus as “my family” but stops short of committing his future to the club.
Brazilian full-back Rogerio surprisingly showed up at the appointment for Medhi Benatia's medicals, which both of them will sustain.
Former president Massimo Moratti is joining the fray to keep Mauro Icardi at Inter, though there are differing reports on his involvement.