JUVENTUS NEWS

David Trezeguet confirms “the Champions League is our obsession, the number one objective for Juventus”.
Week 36 was expected to be crucial in the relegation battle and the chase for the Europa League, but in truth there hasn’t been much change.
Claudio Ranieri warns Juventus “have to be focused” in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final with Monaco.
General manager Giuseppe Marotta says Juventus are now “among the best clubs in Europe”.
Marco Verratti’s agent insists the midfielder is “happy at Paris Saint-Germain” and there’s “no chance” he’ll join Juventus or Inter.
Edin Dzeko feels Roma can be “in general happy this evening” after a 4-1 victory away to Milan got them back into second place.
Juventus and Medhi Benatia hit back at Rai Sport’s “factually unbelievable and technically implausible” explanation for a racist insult.
Roma general manager Umberto Gandini insists they are still in the Scudetto race and Monchi’s arrival shows “we certainly don’t lack a vision for the future.”
Italian Coach Massimo Carrera has won the Russian title with Spartak Moscow, their first victory since 2001.
Rai Sport have officially denied one of their technicians made a racist insult towards Juventus defender Medhi Benatia, but the investigation continues.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, Lazio striker Keita Balde Diao is close to agreeing personal terms with Sevilla.
Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers will officiate the Champions League semi-final between Juventus and Monaco on Tuesday.
Regardless of the Milan-Roma result, Juventus will get the Scudetto next weekend if they avoid defeat with the Giallorossi.
Juventus defender Medhi Benatia stormed out of a Rai Sport interview when someone made a racist remark.
Who were the heroes and villains in a fiery Derby della Mole? Football Italia rates the Juventus and Torino stars.
Sinisa Mihajlovic got into a live television row with Sky Sport Italia pundit – and former Juventus player – Gianluca Vialli over the Torino red card.
Sinisa Mihajlovic insists the Afriyie Acquah red card was “an unjustifiable error,” but Torino’s draw with Juventus “feels like a win.”
Max Allegri felt Juventus were “too frenetic” and lacked patience against Torino, but was proud of Juventus fighting back for a 1-1 draw.
Adem Ljajic admits conceding a last-gasp equaliser to Juventus when down to 10 men amid controversy “hurt too much” for Torino.
A magnificent Adem Ljajic free kick was wiped out by Gonzalo Higuain in stoppages after a controversial red card, but Torino still ended the Juventus Serie A home win record.