JUVENTUS NEWS

Edinson Cavani’s father “would like to see him play for Real Madrid, Manchester United or Juventus.”
Claudio Marchisio calls Bayern Munich “one of the top three teams in the world” but Juventus “have grown a lot in Europe”.
Claudio Marchisio hails Juventus' “important win” over Napoli, but warns “there’s still only a point between us”.
Alvaro Morata says it’s “an honour” to play with Gigi Buffon, and urges Paul Pogba to stay at Juventus.
Alvaro Morata says Bayern Munich will face “an inferno” at Juventus Stadium and is “motivated” to stay at Juventus.
It’s reported Juventus will be without Alex Sandro for up to six weeks with a muscular injury.
Italian FA President Carlo Tavecchio hopes for Italian success in Europe as ‘we need to improve our ranking.’
Juventus will reportedly offer Massimiliano Allegri a contract renewal until 2018 amid Chelsea rumours.
Hebei China Fortune have officially completed the signing of former Inter target Ezequiel Lavezzi from Paris Saint-Germain.
German reports say Juventus target Ilkay Gundogan won’t renew his Borussia Dortmund contract and could leave in the summer.
Simone Zaza confirms “I’m very proud to be at Juventus, I hope to stay for a long time”.
Juventus have confirmed Alex Sandro pulled out of today’s training session with a muscular injury.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Juventus-Bayern Munich will be a 'balanced' game, while Roma 'improved their odds' against Real Madrid.
Gonzalo Higuain's agent says the player wants to play 'to work out his anger and fix things for Napoli by scoring'.
Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani is increasingly being linked to Juventus as Alvaro Morata is expected to head out.
Coach Roberto Donadoni claims 'revenue won't be playing' on the pitch when Bologna face Juventus.
Napoli will bench Gonzalo Higuain against Villareal and look for tactical alternatives to the Argentinian.
Leonardo Bonucci’s injury is reportedly nothing serious, but he’s still likely to be rested for Bologna.
Dino Zoff says “Napoli didn’t play with their usual ruthlessness” against Juventus on Saturday.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent felt Napoli “held their own” against Juventus, and highlights his client’s “sacrifice”.