JUVENTUS NEWS

Giorgio Chiellini admits “it’s Juventus against the rest of Italy,” but he is happy to be successful and disliked.
Domenico Di Carlo said Livorno have no fear of Serie A leaders Juventus. “We hope to pull a surprise.”
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta maintains Serie A should return to 18 teams and is “strongly against” technology in football.
Andrea Pirlo assures he is “compatible with Marco Verratti” for Italy, will renew his Juventus contract and left Milan on good terms.
Rudi Garcia expects Roma to end their Cagliari taboo “to extend the lead over Napoli and close the gap on Juventus.”
Rafa Benitez is impressed by Parma, building for Napoli’s future and insists they can catch Roma in second place.
Arsenal are reportedly prepared to offer €12m for Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic.
Marco Verratti is learning from Andrea Pirlo, mustn’t get Zlatan Ibrahimovic angry, won’t close the door to Juventus, but is “happy at PSG.”
Torino have categorically denied comments by agent Gianfranco Cicchetti this week that Alessio Cerci is set to join Juventus.
Livorno’s Leandro Greco believes his side can take advantage of a ‘tired’ Juventus team when the sides meet on Monday.
Fabio Quagliarella has revealed that there is ‘great enthusiasm’ in the Juventus camp that they can win two trophies this season.
Marco Verratti has admitted that he is uncertain about whether or not he will be called up by Cesare Prandelli for the World Cup.
Maxime Gonalons and Corentin Tolisso had regrets, but Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes said there’s “no shame” in losing to Juventus.
Samuel Umtiti insisted Lyon “still believe” despite a home defeat to Juventus in the Europa League.
Antonio Conte said Lyon “tried to stop Juventus playing” and reassured fans on the Carlos Tevez injury.
Lyon Coach Remi Garde had his birthday ruined by Juventus and admitted they “need a miracle” to go through.
Kwadwo Asamoah said the key was Juventus’ movement off the ball in the second half against Lyon.
Leonardo Bonucci admits his goal gave Juventus “a very important victory” in the Europa League at Lyon.
Leonardo Bonucci scored a late goal as Juventus won 1-0 away to Lyon in the Europa League quarter-final first leg.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta blasted Napoli’s “excessive euphoria” and said they “acted like provincial little clubs.”