JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus and Barcelona are reportedly battling for Marco Verratti, though Paris Saint-Germain don’t want to sell.
Nevio Scala, who gave Gianluigi Buffon his debut, says Milan’s Gigio Donnarumma is the Juventus goalkeeper “20 years ago”.
Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann tips Juventus for the Champions League semi-finals - “they’re hard to play against, like us!”
Sporting director Fabio Paratici confirms Juventus “have every intention” of keeping Max Allegri, and confirms Corentin Tolisso interest.
Pepe Reina says Spain “aren’t thinking of Italy”, and believes “neither Juventus or Barcelona will be happy” with the Champions League draw.
Andrea Pirlo believes Juventus can beat Barcelona, as the sides are different to the Champions League final of 2015.
Gianluigi Buffon’s agent admits “there was an agreement between Parma and Barcelona but he chose Juventus”.
Sassuolo director general Giovanni Carnevali says €40m would be “an appropriate figure” for Domenico Berardi.
Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli has revealed that scoring against Juventus earlier in the season was “a dream” and “one of my biggest thrills”.
Roberto Mancini “threw away a year and a half of exhausting work” at Inter, dismissed links with Roma and admitted “I’m a fan” of Leicester City.
President of the Italian Association of Referees Marchello Nicchi admits: 'we all make mistakes'.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon insists that an influx of foreign investors is 'bad for Serie A'.
Gianluigi Buffon admits that a Champions League win is 'what motivates' him 'to keep playing.'
Lorenzo Insigne's agent reveals the player is 'tired of waiting' over contract talks with Napoli.
Marco Verratti’s agent has changed his tune, warning “he won’t leave Paris Saint-Germain unless they tell us to go.”
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, from Empoli-Napoli through Sampdoria-Juventus and Cagliari-Lazio to Roma-Sassuolo.
Gigi Buffon “hopes to wear the Juventus jersey for a good while yet” and trusts Italy “will soon have the strongest squad in 20 years.”
Marco Giampaolo felt Sampdoria had “a very European attitude” and caused serious problems for Juventus, despite the 1-0 defeat.
Max Allegri explained his absolutely furious touchline antics towards the end of the 1-0 Juventus victory away to Sampdoria.
Juan Cuadrado’s rare header proved enough for Juventus to grab all three points and end Sampdoria’s positive run, but Paulo Dybala went off injured.