JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have confirmed that Stefano Sturaro is out of action with an abdominal injury, so he’ll miss Udinese.
Fabio Quagliarella has been inundated with messages of support from Napoli fans, after revealing his torment with a stalker.
Reports in Spain suggest Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is being considered for the Barcelona job.
Rai Sport director Gabriele Romagnoli calls Napoli’s criticism of the network “absolutely exaggerated”.
Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman insists Juventus “haven’t had more favourable refereeing” but says they shouldn’t have had their second penalty against Napoli.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero calls for Serie A referees to be left alone - “Juventus win because they’re well-run”.
Luca Banti has been announced as the referee for this weekend’s showdown between Roma and Napoli.
Sandro Mazzola doesn’t believe Napoli will play their Primavera team against Juventus - “you say these things when you’re angry”.
Paulo Dybala assures talks are “very advanced” for his Juventus renewal.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli should be focusing on their “defensive errors” against Juventus.
Paolo Valeri has reportedly declared he has “nothing to apologise for” after the controversial Juventus-Napoli game.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi insists “I believe strongly in third place” and is “very confident” they can get there.
Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella revealed his five-year police stalker nightmare and why he “left unfinished business at Napoli.”
Luciano Moggi claims Napoli “use Juventus as the alibis of losers, just as they were in 2006” with Calciopoli.
Paolo Liguori, the director of TGCom24, claims Juventus “have a consolidated system of satellite clubs like Atalanta and absolute power, just as much influence as during Calciopoli.”
Napoli doubled down on their criticism of public broadcaster Rai after the Coppa Italia defeat to Juventus and insist “the decisions were shameful, not the referee.”
Gianluigi Buffon warns Juventus need “competitive fury” to reach their objectives this season.
Valencia’s new sporting director, José Ramón Alesanco, confirms Simone Zaza will be signed permanently from Juventus.
Wojciech Szczesny can’t confirm he’ll stay at Roma for next season, and notes “I’m an Arsenal fan”.
The mayor of Naples weighs in on the Juventus-Napoli controversy - “we suffered continuous wrongs”.