JUVENTUS NEWS

Marcello Lippi sees five sides fighting for the Scudetto - Juventus, Inter, Milan, Roma and Napoli.
Juventus have numerous absentees for Wednesday night’s Serie A encounter with Frosinone.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone told his side it’s “time to win ugly” and nothing is impossible against Juventus.
Juventus could revert to a 4-3-1-2 for the visit of Frosinone, with Simone Zaza starting in attack.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri warns against complacency when facing Carpi - “this is not an easy match”.
Massimiliano Allegri says Juventus’ ‘first aim of the season is reaching the Champions League knockout stages’ and discusses injuries.
Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
Giovanni Trapattoni ‘hasn’t been surprised by Inter’ and thinks they will challenge Roma and Juventus for the title.
Alessandro Del Piero has spoken of his “respect” for Roma captain Francesco Totti.
Leonardo sees Roma as Scudetto favourites, but Inter and Milan have given ‘important signals’.
Juventus will be without Mario Mandzukic for three weeks, after the striker picked up a thigh injury.
Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra admits Inter and Roma are strong but “it’s just the beginning”.
Referees have been designated for Serie A’s Week 5 fixtures, with the experienced Carmine Russo overseeing Inter’s meeting with Verona.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali has ruled out the January return of Simone Zaza or Domenico Berardi leaving.
Paul Pogba says the departures of Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal have made Juventus ‘play as a team.’
Juventus could reportedly be without Alvaro Morata and Mario Mandzukic for Wednesday’s clash with Frosinone, but Mario Lemina should recover.
Gian Piero Gasperini slammed the referee after 10-man Genoa lost to Juventus. “It was a non-existent penalty.”
Max Allegri calls Inter the ‘first candidate alongside Roma and Juventus’ to win the Scudetto, but he won't 'step aside'.
Max Allegri is pleased about Juventus’ 2-0 win over Genoa, but warns: ‘Our game has to improve’.
Juventus got their first win of the campaign at 10-man Genoa, but Sassuolo pegged Roma back and Torino took second place while Bologna sank Frosinone.