JUVENTUS NEWS

Carlos Tevez jokes Boca Juniors “should sell La Bombonera” to get former Juventus teammate Paul Pogba.
Federico Bernardeschi describes Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon as “a legend” but “I wouldn’t mind scoring past him…”
Midfielder Hernanes reminds Juventus “we haven’t won anything yet”.
Gonzalo Higuain’s father, Jorge, declares “Napoli are not a team who have had help like Juventus”.
Seydou Keita is “happy” for Francesco Totti but “he’s a player like any other in the dressing room”.
Stefano Sturaro will not travel to Florence with the Juventus squad, as he’s suffering from mumps, but he was suspended anyway.
Juventus and Paul Pogba have reportedly agreed that the midfielder will stay in Turin this summer.
With Roma making a superb late comeback and several cracking goals scored it’s been an exciting midweek as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 34.
Paolo Tagliavento will officiate Fiorentina-Juventus, while Daniele Orsato has to handle Roma-Napoli.
Andrea Barzagli says Juventus' defeats in the Champions League 'don't come down to bad luck'.
Andrea Barzagli wishes he were younger to have more years with Juventus, while revealing their strength lies in teamwork.
Fiorentina midfielder Matias Vecino won't be able to face Juventus after picking up an injury against Udinese.
As Juventus prepare to celebrate the Scudetto, Beppe Marotta plans the transfer strategy one department at a time.
Pescara confirm Juventus “are at a very advanced stage” for both Gianluca Caprari and Gianluca Lapadula.
Frosinone midfielder Raman Chibsah has been handed a three-match ban, joining another 11 suspended Serie A players.
Juventus are sending scouts to view Sao Paulo defender Rodrigo Caio in the Copa Libertadores.
Alex Sandro “believed right from the start” Juventus would be successful and revealed he’s learning more about Serie A every day.
Former Roma full-back Cafu says only Francesco Totti can say if he should hang up his boots.
Ivan Cordoba discusses Calciopoli - “Inter weren’t convicted because they were innocent!”
Dino Zoff praises Napoli but “for Juventus to succeed in a comeback like that means our League has some deficiencies”.