JUVENTUS NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri believes criticism of both Milan and Juventus has been “unfair” ahead of tomorrow’s clash.
Alessandro Matri faces his old Juventus teammates tomorrow and would gladly “bring Andrea Pirlo back to Milan.”
Marco Storari believes that Roma, Inter and Napoli are Juventus’ nearest challengers for the Scudetto this season.
Juventus attacker Fabio Quagliarella has commented on the club’s next Champions League game against Real Madrid.
Giorgio Chiellini has claimed that it would be an ‘honour’ to end his career at Juventus.
Inter’s Diego Milito has named his three favourites for the Scudetto – and he’s not included his own Beneamata.
Alessandro Matri will celebrate against former club Juventus if he does finally ripple the net for Milan on Sunday.
Milan’s Riccardo Montolivo doesn’t believe Juventus – who they will face on Sunday – are lacking hunger after recent success.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is reportedly considering the use of Fernando Llorente from the start in the match against Milan on Sunday.
Juventus will reportedly meet with the agent of Arturo Vidal on Friday to wrap up talks regarding a contract extension.
Robinho is happy he stayed at Milan, but reveals they are viewing the clash with Juventus as “a decisive match.”
Juventus have confirmed a thigh muscle injury for Mirko Vucinic, while Stephan Lichtsteiner will need more tests.
Carlos Tevez has admitted he’s been surprised by how difficult Italian football is following his move to Juventus.
Juventus will take on Milan at the weekend without the injured Mirko Vucinic, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Mauricio Isla was to blame for the late equaliser Juventus conceded against Galatasaray on Wednesday, argues Giancarlo Marocchi.
Gianluca Vialli has praised Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella after another Champions League goal.
Andrea Barzagli says he was partly to blame for the late equaliser Juventus conceded in the 2-2 draw with Galatasaray.
The Juventus duo of Stephan Lichtsteiner and Mirko Vucinic are doubts for the game against Milan on Sunday.
Antonio Conte realises Juventus face “an uphill struggle” in the Champions League after a 2-2 draw with Galatasaray.
Leonardo Bonucci took the blame for Galatasaray’s opening goal, but insisted Juventus “ran very few risks.”