JUVENTUS NEWS

Gary Medel insists Inter can conquer ”beatable“ Juventus in the Derby d’Italia this weekend and finish in Serie A’s top three.
Napoli’s match with Dynamo Kiev will be officiated by Scottish referee Willie Collum.
It is reported that Liverpool will rival Juventus for the signature of Belgium international Axel Witsel.
Gonzalo Higuain had every right to make his summer move from Napoli to Juventus, according to his brother.
Juventus’ Miralem Pjanic says it is a pleasure to be playing alongside the likes of Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala.
Ciro Immobile believes he is at the right club following the first three games of his Lazio career.
Joao Mario celebrated his Inter debut and “can’t wait to play against Juventus at San Siro, but Serie A is much more difficult than in Portugal.”
Mauro Icardi spread the credit for Inter’s 2-1 victory away to Pescara with a late brace. “Scoring goals is my job.”
Paulo Dybala is impressed by the new-look Juventus and believes “this team is on the same level as Europe’s top clubs.”
Gianluca Caprari explains why he signed for Inter rather than Juventus as he prepares to face them with Pescara tonight.
Former Juventus man Martin Caceres is a wanted man by a number of English Premier League teams, according to reports.
English media report that Milan and Juventus will look to sign Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas when the January transfer window opens.
Jose Callejon revealed a hand injury and insisted Napoli were not giving a response to Juventus.
Miralem Pjanic “can play anywhere the Coach wants” after scoring on his Juventus debut and looks ahead to Sevilla.
Eusebio Di Francesco admits his Sassuolo players came across a better team in Juventus.
Max Allegri tried to bring Juventus back down to earth after a 3-1 victory over Sassuolo, warning “all this praise is damaging.”
Gonzalo Higuain is “happy to be here” at Juventus and warns he’s just getting started with friend and teammate Paulo Dybala.
Gonzalo Higuain’s brace, including a stunning volley, and Miralem Pjanic saw Juventus sweep Sassuolo aside 3-1.
Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta describes himself as ‘pleased’ that Milan made an approach for sporting director Fabio Paratici.
Sassuolo midfielder Alfred Duncan assured they “fear nobody and will play our style of football” against Juventus.