JUVENTUS NEWS

Norberto Neto is reportedly set to leave Juventus before June, with Lazio’s Federico Marchetti a possible replacement.
Gigi Buffon “turned down the chance to triple his Juventus wages” so he could stay in Turin, said his agent.
Cesena confirm “with a genuine offer, we could sell Stefano Sensi tomorrow morning” amid Palermo and Juventus links.
Ezequiel Lavezzi’s agent confirmed “Italy is his preferred destination” with Inter and Juventus eager.
Sami Khedira claims that Juventus 'trained very hard' after the holidays, and will reap the results in Serie A and against Bayern Munich.
Paolo Valeri gets the Genoa-Sampdoria derby as the other Serie A referees enjoy an unusual lull.
Gianfranco Zola was “hurt” by the Cagliari sack, sees Lorenzo Insigne as his Napoli heir and tips Inter for the Scudetto.
Current Verona boss Gigi Del Neri faces Juventus for the first time since he was sacked, but insists “I didn’t fail.”
Ex-Roma star Vincent Candela believes they should stick with Rudi Garcia or Luciano Spalletti. “I don’t like Antonio Conte.”
Mario Mandzukic reveals he almost joined Juventus in 2012 and the secret infection that caused his early season problems.
Inter and Milan want Martin Caceres, but Juventus prefer a sale abroad to Liverpool, Besiktas, Monaco or Fenerbahce.
Sami Khedira believes Juventus can upset Bayern Munich in the Champions League. “I’m widening my horizons.”
Juventus have reportedly rejected West Ham United and Crystal Palace offers for Stefano Sturaro.
Ezequiel Lavezzi’s agent warns Inter and Juventus negotiations “could happen very quickly” with Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus are reportedly close to signing 17-year-old Pedro Pereira from Sampdoria, beating Leicester City.
Juventus are only prepared to let Simone Zaza go to West Ham or Crystal Palace for €30m (£22m).
Inter asked Paris Saint-Germain about Ezequiel Lavezzi, Adrien Rabiot and Gregory van der Wiel.
Paul Pogba reveals the work ethic at Juventus “made me feel like Manchester United was a vacation.”
Juventus have set their eyes on midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, but Borussia Dortmund are shutting up shop.
Marco Sturaro says Juventus found new strength in 'versatility' and looks ahead to Bayern Munich: 'Yes, we can win'.