JUVENTUS NEWS

Max Allegri dismisses talk of a reaction against Milan - “Juventus can’t live by reactions”.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri admits “it’s difficult” for Marko Pjaca to start tomorrow, and Claudio Marchisio is out.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella insists “I hope Juventus are angry” as “when you’re angry you’re less lucid”.
Paulo Dybala’s Juventus extension will reportedly be announced this week, with no release clause.
Milan legend Ruud Gullit believes Juventus “can do it” in the Champions League this season.
Marco Tardelli warns Juventus’ new formation would leave them “unbalanced” in the Champions League.
Gerard Deulofeu calls Milan “the biggest team in Italy” and hopes to play against Juventus on Wednesday.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi confirms they hope to keep Gregoire Defrel “for the entire season”.
Claudio Ranieri confirms he’s backing Roma for the Scudetto, but “I hope everyone can reach the level of Juventus”.
Genoa are reportedly considering Atalanta’s Carlos Carmona and Juventus’ Hernanes for their midfield.
Reports in France claim Inter are challenging Juventus for Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso.
As the top three all won to put a bit of daylight between themselves and fourth place, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 21.
Massimiliano Irrati has been announced as the referee for the Coppa Italia Quarter Final between Juventus and Milan.
Dani Alves is the latest player to be linked with a move to China, and is said to be wanted by three separate clubs
Juve could reportedly battle with Inter over Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez.
Olympique Lyonnais Coach Bruno Genesio has admitted that his side ‘could be interested’ in Patrice Evra.
Stefano Pioli believes that his Inter side have 'absolute quality', but can't yet speak about Champions League qualification.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has thanked Lazio fans who dedicated a song to his son Matteo on Sunday.
Fiorentina are reportedly close to a deal for 19-year-old Bari midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni said they “want to become protagonists and challenging for silverware must become an obsession.”