JUVENTUS NEWS

Andrea Pirlo believes Juventus can win the Champions League this season, but admits he still feels the “painful” loss against Barcelona.
The Serie A Coach of the Year award is “between Maurizio Sarri and Max Allegri,” confirmed Renzo Ulivieri.
Sao Paulo defender Lyanco confirms “Juventus wanted me, but then Torino came in and I can’t wait to start this new adventure.”
Corentin Tolisso admits interest from “a prestigious club like Juventus gives me even more motivation to end this season well” at Lyon.
Juventus are sending scouts to view Spain Under-21 internationals Hector Bellerin (Arsenal) and Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao).
Edin Dzeko said Roma are targeting the Champions League, but “it’s difficult to compete with Juventus when they invest over €150m in new players.”
According to the latest reports, Federico Bernardeschi and his agent have decided to reject a new Fiorentina contract.
Juventus and Napoli reportedly sent scouts to view Southampton and Serbia winger Dusan Tadic.
Alessandro Costacurta believes the time has come for Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan, but “Inter are the best team after Juventus right now.”
Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected to start in goal for Italy in Tuesday’s friendly against the Netherlands.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli has left the Italy camp ahead of Tuesday’s friendly with the Netherlands.
Tomas Rincon has no regrets about joining Juventus despite a lack of game-time, according to his agent.
Reports in Spain claim Barcelona will attempt to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus if Neymar leaves.
It is reported that Juventus, Inter, Manchester United and Arsenal are all interested in signing Kostas Manolas.
Jose Callejon has not given up hope of a future Scudetto but admits winning is hard at Napoli.
Marco Verratti has faith Juventus can knock Barcelona out of the Champions League after his Paris Saint-Germain came so close.
Gigi Buffon celebrated his 1,000th match with a 2-0 victory over Albania and assured Italy that Spain “are not unbeatable. We have to believe.”
Daniele De Rossi’s penalty and a Ciro Immobile header gave Italy the 2-0 victory over Albania, but play was suspended due to visiting fans throwing fireworks.
Italy go 4-2-4 against Gianni De Biasi’s Albania in tonight’s World Cup qualifier, starting Marco Verratti, Lorenzo Insigne, Andrea Belotti, Ciro Immobile and Antonio Candreva.
Former Roma and Poland attacker Zbigniew Boniek claims Wojciech Szczesny has told him that “he’d like to remain Giallorosso”.