JUVENTUS NEWS

Roberto Donadoni was “proud” of Parma for pushing Juventus right to the end even after Amauri’s red card.
A Carlos Tevez brace gave Juventus a record-breaking 2-1 home victory, ending 10-man Parma’s unbeaten record.
Something’s got to give, as Serie A form teams Juventus and Parma clash in Turin with Antonio Cassano against Carlos Tevez.
The Lega Serie A announced more changes to the fixture list, including Roma-Milan, Inter-Napoli, the Milan Derby and Roma-Juventus on a Friday.
Milan have taken in more from transfers to the big five League clubs in the last five years than any other Italian side.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal has again reiterated that he is happy at the club amid rumours linking him with a move elsewhere.
Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante has urged his teammates not to be overawed by Juventus when they face each other this evening.
Reports in the French Press this morning insist that a trio of clubs will fight for Patrice Evra’s signature this summer.
Former Parma striker Hernan Crespo has conceded that his ex-team face a struggle when they play Juventus this evening.
Jeremy Menez has admitted that he is open to a return to Serie A, claiming that he ‘really admires’ Juventus.
Reports in the Italian Press this morning suggest that Gonzalo Higuain will be rested for this evening’s game against Catania.
Juventus are still without Andrea Barzagli and Angelo Ogbonna for tomorrow’s game with Parma.
Martin Caceres assures Juventus will overcome fatigue with “hunger” when hosting on form Parma tomorrow.
Fausto Rossi is impressing on loan at Real Valladolid, but admits he’d love to “make life difficult” for Juventus.
Fredy Guarin extended his Inter contract to 2017 and “it’s a dream come true to know I can wear this shirt even longer.”
Parma are without Walter Gargano and Gianni Munari against Juventus, while Jonathan Biabiany is at risk.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella believes his team has what it takes to catch Napoli in the race for Champions League qualification.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci says the race for the Scudetto is still not over as his side prepare to face Parma.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni believes nothing less than 110 per cent will be enough for his team to get a result against Juventus.
Roberto Donadoni has reflected on his objectives, his respect for Juventus and his regret at how chances with Italy and Napoli ended too soon.