JUVENTUS NEWS

Luis Suarez admits Juventus made Barcelona “suffer” in the Champions League Final on their way to a Treble.
Max Allegri felt Juventus had “an extraordinary season,” but the second Barcelona goal was due to inexperience.
Leonardo Bonucci is “proud to be part of this team and Juventus will be respected in Europe from now on.”
Andrea Barzagli felt Juventus “really scared Barcelona, but ultimately their quality made the difference.”
Barcelona Coach Luis Enrique “expected” Juventus to trouble them, but gave a shout-out to Roma fans.
Claudio Marchisio felt Juventus “have our heads held high” after a 3-1 Champions League Final defeat to Barcelona.
Alvaro Morata scored in the Final against Barcelona and remains confident Juventus “can win the Champions League.”
Gigi Buffon admits he “really did believe” in Juventus victory in the Champions League Final with Barcelona.
Alvaro Morata and Gigi Buffon were not enough, as Juventus lost the Champions League Final 3-1 to Barcelona.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta warned they are “not here for a cameo, but to win” against Barcelona.
Juventus patron Lapo Elkann hopes Barcelona’s superstars can “have an off day” and revenge on Luis Suarez.
Alessandro Del Piero said Berlin’s Olympiastadion “will always be magical and hopefully even more special after tonight.”
Juventus start Andrea Barzagli, Carlos Tevez and Alvaro Morata against Leo Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez in the Champions League Final.
Carlos Tevez’s agent said he will talk about the Juventus striker’s future “after the Final” with Barcelona.
Join us for the build-up and action from the Champions League Final, as Juventus are underdogs against Barcelona in Berlin.
Romulo insists Juventus are “sure everything will go well” in the Champions League Final with Barcelona.
Pavel Nedved hopes Juventus can tonight make up for his 2003 Champions League Final disappointment. “We can win this.”
Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu admits “we want to make history, but Juventus can hurt us.”
Michel Platini scoffed at the €100m price-tag for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba. “Nobody is worth that much.”
Ciro Ferrara said Juventus should “play with an Italian mentality” against Barcelona in the Champions League Final.