JUVENTUS NEWS

Cesare Prandelli reveals he was asked to replace Claudio Ranieri at Leicester City, but “you can’t go there after seeing how they treated him.”
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli confirmed he and the club are deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for meeting ultras linked to the mafia, but “it’s unacceptable.”
According to Spanish newspaper As, Juventus already have an agreement with Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi.
Max Allegri warned Sampdoria are more difficult for Juventus than Barcelona and “our primary objective is to win the Serie A title.”
Dino Zoff assures Barcelona’s fightback against Paris Saint-Germain “could never happen with Juventus, who can defend against Leo Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez.”
Mauro Camoranesi reveals Juventus almost signed Barcelona legend Lionel Messi. “Fabio Capello had already seen his potential” in 2005.
Gianluca Zambrotta is confident Juventus can beat Barcelona in the Champions League. “Max Allegri’s side has never been closer to Barça.”
Andres Iniesta warns Juventus “have players capable of changing a game at any moment and it’ll be very difficult” for Barcelona.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave a long interview to Fabio Capello, covering Manchester United, Juventus, Inter, Milan, Pep Guardiola and Paris Saint-Germain.
Several Serie A-based players have been called up by Colombia for their World Cup qualifiers against Bolivia and Ecuador, including debutant Duvan Zapata.
Claudio Marchisio insists Juventus don’t see the Barcelona tie as a chance for revenge - “it will be totally different”.
Juventus have reportedly cooled their interest in Domenico Berardi, leaving the way clear for Inter.
The decision to penalise Mattia De Sciglio during Juventus-Milan has reportedly been deemed incorrect, with the officials involved being demoted this weekend.
Yaya Toure’s agent has revealed that “I have spoken with clubs in Italy” as the midfielder’s contract with Manchester City continues to run down.
Barcelona Vice-President Jordi Mestre claims his club are in “very high spirits” for their Champions League quarter-final against Juventus.
Pavel Nedved insists Juventus must respect Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals, “but without letting fear get in the way”.
Alessio Tacchinardi says that while Juventus “were unlucky” to draw Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals, “anything can happen”.
Vincenzo Montella insists his Milan side ‘must look ahead' after much talk of last Friday's game with Juventus.
Juventus will face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final, in a repeat of the 2015 final.
Juventus are still keen on Fiorentina winger Federico Bernardeschi, according to reports.