JUVENTUS NEWS

Antonio Conte will target Juventus's Paul Pogba and Juan Cuadrado if he signs for Chelsea, say reports.
Inter President Erick Thohir he’s “not looking to sell more than five per cent of shares” and trusts they can beat Juventus.
Inter midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia’s ban has been reduced, and he’ll be available to face Juventus.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes warns other teams could challenge his side and Napoli for the Scudetto.
Stefano Sturaro reveals Juventus Coach Max Allegri planned his goal against Bayern Munich.
Torino defender Kamil Glik admits he “hopes” Bayern Munich knock Juventus out of the Champions League.
Juventus have handed defender Daniele Rugani a one-year contract extension, tying him down until 2020.
Gianluca Rocchi will referee Inter’s trip to face Juventus on Sunday, while Paolo Tagliavento is handed Fiorentina-Napoli.
Claudio Marchisio will miss the upcoming Inter clashes as Juventus announce he will be out for a week with a thigh injury.
Reports say Milan are ready to challenge some of Europe’s biggest clubs for the signing of highly-rated Ajax midfielder Riechedly Bazoer.
Juventus will reportedly offer a new contract to Andrea Barzagli and ward off Manchester City’s interest in Leonardo Bonucci.
Mauro Icardi insists Inter can still make the Coppa Italia final, despite trailing Juventus 3-0.
Simone Padoin and Roberto Pereyra have both signed one-year extensions to their Juventus contracts.
Striker Mauro Icardi declares club loyalty ahead of Juventus-Inter: 'I am the captain and I want to do great things'.
Paulo Dybala wants 'to win, not to draw' against Bayern Munich, while revealing why he chose Juventus over Inter.
Giorgio Chiellini and Alex Sandro returned from injuries and are both available for Juventus-Inter.
Juventus have climbed to ninth place in the updated UEFA rankings, with Roma and Napoli also in the top 20.
It’s reported not only did Chelsea talk to Antonio Conte during Juventus-Bayern Munich, but they also scouted Arturo Vidal.
Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal admits “it was hard to leave Juventus, but the time had come to change.”
Pep Guardiola praised Juventus, Leonardo Bonucci and claimed Bayern Munich playing so well “is one of the most special days of my career.”