Alvaro Morata has laughed off a suggestion that he could return to Juventus in January.
Juventus have joined Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich in tracking Benfica's Alex Grimaldo.
Inter outcast Marcelo Brozovic is on the radar of Juventus, Roma and even Milan, according to Mediaset Premium.
Paulo Dybala confirmed he is “close to a contract renewal with Juventus” and shrugged off “senseless” Barcelona speculation.
Gianluigi Donnarumma “wants to learn everything” from Italy teammate Gigi Buffon and promises you won’t see him with tattoos or diamond earrings.
Former Milan star Giovanni Galli believes Gianluigi Donnarumma “will be the best goalkeeper of the next 50 years.”
Marko Pjaca will be in Turin for tests tomorrow, as Juventus hope the cracked fibula will only rule him out for 15-20 days.
Juventus wing-back Stephan Lichtsteiner insists he has “no existential crisis, but evidently the current situation is not for me.”
Simone Zaza’s father and agent insists there are “no problems” with West Ham United, and reveals his loan becomes permanent after 10 games.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini calls for more equitable distribution of television money to curb Juventus’ dominance.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza believes Juventus forward Paulo Dybala “can play like Lionel Messi”.
Juventus winger Marko Pjaca has suffered a cracked fibula while on international duty with Croatia.
Leonardo Bonucci is confident Mario Balotelli “is starting to think like an adult” and hopes he can return to the Italy squad.
New Udinese Coach Luigi Del Neri promises “total commitment” from his side, after replacing Beppe Iachini.
Reports in Germany suggest Kingsley Coman could return to Juventus at the end of the season.
Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas describes the Champions League clash with Juventus as “a match we have to win”.
Beppe Bergomi urges Inter to “give Frank de Boer time”, despite a poor start to the season.
Reports in Italy warn West Ham United could send Simone Zaza back to Juventus, rather than buy him outright.
Juventus are reportedly willing to pay around €6m for Axel Witsel in January, otherwise they’ll sign him for free.
Claudio Marchisio says he is “hoping to be available” for Juventus after the international break following a “difficult” spell out.