JUVENTUS NEWS

Mario Lemina says he always liked the 'playing style' of his new team Juventus and hopes the team can do 'even better'.
President James Pallotta says Juventus fear Roma as 'a very serious competitor', and blames some 'bad apples' among the supporters.
The kick-off times for Serie A fixtures from Week 3 to 17 are confirmed, going all the way up to December.
Juventus have signed Hernanes from Inter for €11m and Mario Lemina from Olympique Marseille.
Paolo De Ceglie and Mauricio Isla have both joined Olympique Marseille from Juventus.
Beppe Marotta confirmed “Hernanes is a Juventus player” in a deal worth €11m with Inter.
Hernanes to Juventus is believed to be a done deal with Inter pocketing €11m.
Done deals to be announced soon include Roberto Soriano to Napoli, Alessandro Matri to Lazio, Felipe Melo, Adem Ljajic and Alex Telles to Inter.
Several sources are reporting Milan will abandon their bid to sign Axel Witsel from Zenit.
Reports suggest Juventus and Inter have agreed an €11m deal for midfielder Hernanes.
Roma President James Pallotta admits he was ‘frustrated’ by the Curva Sud’s silent protest.
Massimo Ferrero admits Roberto Soriano could leave Sampdoria - ‘if your wife wants to leave you, you can’t stop her’.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero refuses to sell Eder to Inter - ‘if I sold him on the last day you’d have to take me to the mental hospital’.
Juventus could be planning a big operation to close their mercato campaign as they target Manchester City's Samir Nasri.
Follow all the breaking news as it happens on transfer deadline day in Serie A.
Juventus are juggling Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel and Inter's Hernanes for a last-minute ditch to sign a midfielder.
Gigi Buffon compliments Roma on their 'great maturity' and admits 'Juventus would not have deserved the draw'.
Marseille midfielder Mario Lemina has arrived in Turin for his Juventus medical ahead of a loan move.
Juventus target Erik Lamela will move to French side Marseille instead, according to reports this morning.
Roberto Mancini said Inter “can improve a great deal” and warned they need more new buys after beating Carpi 2-1.