JUVENTUS NEWS

Marco Verratti’s agent admits “both Inter and Juventus” could be an option but “Paris Saint-Germain is an expensive boutique”.
Tomas Rincón describes signing for Juventus as “a dream”, and wants to win the treble this season.
Juventus target Luiz Gustavo says he’s had no offers, but would be willing to discuss a move away from Wolfsburg.
Reports suggest Juventus have revived their interest in Luiz Gustavo, but only on the basis of a loan with option to buy.
Juventus have officially confirmed the signing of Tomas Rincon from Genoa in an €8m deal.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio calls Roma “a great team”, and warns Porto won’t be easy in the Champions League.
Axel Witsel will earn €80m over four seasons with Tianjin Quanjian in the Chinese Superleague, reports suggest.
Simone Zaza's agent father has revealed that 'some Italian teams' have asked about the availability of the striker.
Juventus have reportedly turned down an offer from Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian for Mario Mandzukic.
Juventus will reportedly turn their attention to Luiz Gustavo of Wolfsburg, after previous target Axel Witsel opted to move to China.
Axel Witsel has decribed the decision to opt for a move to China over joining Juventus as a 'difficult choice'.
Inter and Juventus will reportedly face off in June over the signing of PSG midfielder Marco Verratti.
Axel Witsel has reportedly opted to join Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG, after he had previously seemed set to join Juventus.
Alexis Sanchez is the big Juventus target in the summer of 2017 if he doesn’t extend his Arsenal contract.
As Axel Witsel is heading to China, Juventus turn to Corentin Tolisso, Steven N’Zonzi, Luiz Gustavo and Roberto Gagliardini.
Inter are hoping to anticipate Juventus by making a €25m January swoop for Atalanta midfielder Roberto Gagliardini.
Cesare Prandelli explained he left Valencia because the club “promised four players and in the end it was just one, but Simone Zaza wasn’t there.”
Giovanni Trapattoni believes Carlo Ancelotti “has surpassed me,” is proud of Antonio Conte and Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League success and calls Roberto Mancini “world class.”
Giovanni Trapattoni believes Juventus boss Max Allegri “will be the next Italian Coach to go abroad” after Arsenal and Barcelona links.
According to multiple reports, Zenit midfielder Axel Witsel decided to snub Juventus for the €18m salary at Shanghai SIPG or Tianjin Quanjian.