JUVENTUS NEWS

Leonardo Bonucci insists Juventus “didn’t win the Scudetto last week and haven’t lost it now” after a draw at Bologna.
Bologna brought an end to the 15-round winning streak, as Juventus were held to a goalless draw at the Dall’Ara.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta prepares for Bologna and shrugs off Paul Pogba’s comments on Pep Guardiola.
Juventus rotate the squad with Simone Zaza and Alvaro Morata, but won’t let Leo Bonucci rest against on-form Bologna.
Join us for all the build-up and action as new Serie A leaders Juventus face a difficult trip to on-form Bologna.
Roma are ready to fight Juventus in the summer for Monaco playmaker Joao Moutinho.
Giovanni Trapattoni “admires” Napoli and their Coach Maurizio Sarri - “they have a very nice style”.
Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal admits “I miss Juventus”, but will still “give everything” to eliminate them from the Champions League.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is “in love with football” and is using his profile to support landmine victims in Afghanistan.
Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan will reportedly move to Manchester City, leaving Juventus with empty hands.
Sampdoria are reportedly thinking of signing former Juventus and Inter director general Marco Fassone.
Juventus put their hopes in Simone Zaza against Bologna's tried-and-tested midfield.
Juventus have their eyes on Bologna's Amadou Diawara, Adam Masina and Godfred Donsah as they face them tonight.
Paul Pogba hailed “icon” Pep Guardiola and “the possibility of working with him in future could develop.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Italy boss Antonio Conte is in negotiations to take over at Chelsea, becoming favourite ahead of Max Allegri.
Leonardo Bonucci has been named in the Juventus squad for Bologna, and Mario Lemina returns.
Ronaldo says Inter “will recover” and “fight to the end with Juve”.
Former Napoli striker Careca insists the Partenopei were “far superior” despite their defeat to Juventus.
Inter defender Jeison Murillo admits “I haven’t played at my best” in recent weeks.
Bologna sporting director Pantaleo Corvino says “there’s never a good time to play Juventus” but “it’s always exciting.”