JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus defender Claudio Marchisio has taken to Instagram to describe his bitter-sweet 2016.
Marco Storari could be heading to Milan as a backup goalkeeper for Gianluigi Donnarumma, according to reports.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella admits that winning the Supercoppa was his ‘best moment as a Coach.’
Juventus target Axel Witsel is reportedly considering a huge offer from Chinese side Shanghai SIPG.
Juventus will reportedly compete with Manchester City for the signature of Real Madrid attacking midfielder Isco.
Juventus are reportedly ready to offer Alex Sandro improved terms and a one-year extension on his current deal.
Juventus will discuss a potential transfer of midfielder Hernanes with Genoa in the coming days.
Contract talks between Fiorentina and Federico Bernardeschi have become complex, according to reports.
Valencia still don’t have a deal with Juventus for Simone Zaza, according to reports.
Roma full-back Bruno Peres offers a reminder that “Juventus are not already champions”.
Wojciech Szczesny confirms Luciano Spalletti is “harder with the players” than his Roma predecessor Rudi Garcia.
Torino winger Iago Falque believes Roma “have everything to win the Scudetto” but “it’s hard when Juventus never lose”.
Tomas Rincón has completed his Juventus medical, but his signing is not expected to be announced today.
Juventus full-back Patrice Evra “wants to play more”, his agent admits, but the Frenchman won’t leave in January.
Tomas Rincón has arrived for his medical, as he prepares to join Juventus from Genoa.
Paolo Rossi calls Inter’s Mauro Icardi “deadly”, Gonzalo Higuain of Juventus “perfect” and is surprised by Edin Dzeko and Andrea Belotti.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri reportedly wants to build a 10-year dynasty at Arsenal if he is chosen to succeed the long-serving Arsene Wenger.
Serie A clubs may be back in for Victor Lindelof as the defender’s proposed move to Manchester United is reportedly off.
Reported Inter target Federico Bernardeschi refused to rank the Nerazzurri among Italy’s top six teams but admitted Juventus “are in a different League”.
Marcello Lippi claims Roma and Napoli “are on the same level”, Inter “are on the right track” and Atalanta “attack like the best in Europe”.