JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have announced that Paulo Dybala and Claudio Marchisio won’t be available against Bayern Munich on Wednesday due to injury.
Juventus’ injury problems continue to mount up as Claudio Marchisio is reportedly ruled out of the trip to face Bayern Munich.
Mario Mandzukic is a doubt for Juventus’ trip to Bayern Munich, according to reports.
Former Juventus Coach Fabio Capello believes his old side have only a 40 per cent chance against “superior” Bayern Munich.
Lothar Matthäus warns “Juventus are a strong team” but still expects Bayern Munich to progress.
Juventus are likely to go with a back-four against Bayern Munich, as Giorgio Chiellini will almost certainly not be fit.
Paulo Dybala predicts Bayern Munich will “concede a bit of space” against Juventus in the Champions League.
It’s reported that Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri has agreed in principle to a contract extension, locking him down until 2019.
Paulo Dybala predicts a difficult game at Bayern Munich but Juventus “can go through if we play as we know we can”.
Bayern Munich captain Phillip Lahm warns Juventus “are a dangerous team” ahead of the Champions League second leg.
Juventus full-back Alex Sandro looks ahead to Bayern Munich - “we’ll go there to win”.
With the top three stretching away from the pack, Dave Taylor selects his best Serie A XI from Week 29.
Bayern Munich forward Thomas Müller expects Juventus to “play defensively” on Wednesday night.
Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson will be in charge of Juventus’ trip to Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Sassuolo owner Giorgio Squinzi denies any intention to let Coach Eusebio Di Francesco go to Milan or Domenico Berardi to Juventus.
Giorgio Chiellini looks unlikely to recover in time for Bayern Munich, forcing Juventus to set up a new defence.
Patrice Evra says Paul Pogba has 'too much quality' for his own good and explains Juventus' strategy against Bayern Munich.
Patrice Evra says Juventus were at fault for conceding two goals against Bayern Munich, but expects a different game on Wednesday.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he won't be at Paris Saint-Germain next season, opening the doors for a Milan swoop.
Juventus' Leonardo Bonucci discusses their upcoming rivals Bayern Munich: 'We'll hit them in their weak spots'.