JUVENTUS NEWS

Atalanta and Juventus have both been fined €50,000 for the crowd trouble that saw their game suspended for eight minutes.
Juventus-bound Fernando Llorente is convinced that he is joining one of Europe’s top clubs.
Juventus will reveal their new strips for the 2013-14 season on Friday, but there will be no stars or Scudetto motto.
Juventus have one more objective left this season – to beat the 91 points won by Fabio Capello’s Old Lady side.
Alessandro Matri is satisfied with the contribution he has made to Juventus’ Scudetto success this term.
Napoli conquered Bologna to secure second place, Fiorentina won the Tuscan Derby, Juve clinched victory in Bergamo and Udinese stunned Palermo in a 3-2 thriller.
Atalanta will be hoping Juventus have a Scudetto hangover when they meet in Bergamo this evening.
Marcello Lippi admits he “didn’t expect” Sir Alex Ferguson to announce his retirement as Manchester United manager, as they are good friends.
No action has been taken against Torino’s Riccardo Meggiorini after he was alleged to have racially abused Juventus’ Paul Pogba.
Bebeto has warned Juventus they are running the risk of losing his son Mattheus to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The agent of Atalanta’s Giacomo Bonaventura says his client has a reason to impress Juventus officials this evening.
Stefano Colantuono is content Atalanta had a little part to play in Juventus’ Scudetto success this season.
The Lega Serie A have announced several changes to the fixture list for the games on May 11 and 12.
Atalanta have dropped Marko Livaja for tomorrow’s game with Juventus due to ‘disciplinary reasons.’
Juventus are making the trip to Atalanta without Gigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli tomorrow evening.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte releases his autobiography tomorrow, including his rage at being dragged into the betting scandal by “lies.”
Juventus first team Coach Massimo Carrera has conceded that he doesn't know if Antonio Conte will stay on at the club.
Juventus assistant Angelo Alessio has praised Antonio Conte after their second successive Scudetto triumph.
Antonio Conte is already thinking about the Juventus of tomorrow, while he admits that he was contacted by the Old Lady in 2009.
Juventus are only at the start of their winning cycle, insists former player and current club director Pavel Nedved.