JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus are reportedly planning for Alvaro Morata’s departure with moves for PSG’s Edinson Cavani and Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi.
Reports say Milan will again try to sign Zenit’s Axel Witsel this summer, but face competition from Juventus this time.
Juventus defender Martin Caceres’ agent reportedly offered him to Napoli, but his wage demands are high.
Mario Lemina tells Juventus that ‘I want to stay for a long time and win many titles’.
Vicente Del Bosque is looking forward to a “top level” friendly with Italy before Euro 2016 and could start Alvaro Morata and Aritz Aduriz.
As had already been reported, Paulo Dybala will return to Juventus camp tomorrow after sustaining an injury with Argentina.
Gigi Buffon hailed Iker Casillas and said criticism “is motivation that keeps us alive at our age.”
Antonio Conte and Gigi Buffon said Euro 2016 must go ahead and “we can’t let this horror become normal.”
Inter teammates Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic both scored in Croatia’s 2-0 friendly win over Israel.
Alvaro Morata called his Juventus teammate and Italy opponent Gigi Buffon “the greatest goalkeeper in the history of football.”
Alvaro Morata admits he’d “like to stay at Juventus for many more years, it feels like home, but it’s not only my decision.”
Juventus are reportedly closing on a deal for Corinthians creative midfielder Matheus Pereira.
Vicente Del Bosque feels this Italy side “reminds me of Antonio Conte’s Juventus in its ability to adapt and mutate.”
Italy continued testing a 3-4-3 formation ahead of tomorrow night’s prestigious friendly against Spain.
Chelsea are reportedly interested in Roma's Radja Nainggolan, but could face competition from Juventus.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has pulled-out of the Argentina squad with an injury.
Juventus will reportedly target Lazio’s Antonio Candreva this summer, to replace Juan Cuadrado.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms Paul Pogba “could stay with us next year too”.
General manager Giuseppe Marotta admits Alvaro Morata’s clause is like “the sword of Damocles” hanging over Juventus.
Juventus’ injury problems continue to mount, as Stephan Lichtsteiner missed Switzerland training.