Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta says a contract renewal for Patrice Evra ‘depends more on him than us.’
Juventus are still struggling to find consistency and this evening visit on-form Sassuolo, including Domenico Berardi.
Follow the action from all EIGHT Serie A games, including Roma-Udinese, Napoli-Palermo, Sassuolo-Juventus, Milan-Chievo and Verona-Fiorentina.
Juan Cuadrado looks set to return to the Juventus starting line-up, as Max Allegri reverts to a 3-5-2.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo says star midfielder Riccardo Saponara ‘needs no words’ ahead of their clash with Sampdoria.
Marco Verratti’s agent believes his client is worth €100m, like Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
France CT Didier Deschamps insists he has “no regrets” over his time at Juventus, but doesn’t rule out returning one day.
France CT Didier Deschamps defends Paul Pogba, but admits the Juventus man must offer more defensively.
It’s reported Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Barcelona could rival Juventus for Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi.
Stefano Colantuono said Udinese can get points off Roma the same way they beat Juventus this season.
Gianluigi Donnarumma had trials with Napoli, Juventus and Inter, but the 16-year-old goalkeeper “only wanted Milan.”
Sassuolo are without suspended goalkeeper Andrea Consigli and injured Luca Antei for tomorrow’s game with Juventus.
Juventus are without Roberto Pereyra, Kwadwo Asamoah, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Martin Caceres for the trip to Sassuolo.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco warns “we’ll face a different Juve compared to the beginning of the season.”
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini is sure Torino won’t be distracted by Saturday’s derby with Juventus.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri warns Palermo are “dangerous”, and plays down Scudetto talk.
Massimiliano Allegri won’t be pressured into picking Paulo Dybala for Juventus - “it’s not my problem if they paid €40m.”
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri insists he’s not looking at other teams - “we have to think about winning our games.”
Pavel Nedved says it was his ‘duty’ to follow Juventus into Serie B after the Calciopoli scandal and believes that decision led him to his current role as vice-President.
New Juventus vice-President Pavel Nedved says he’s ‘not rushing into coaching’ and that he feels more stress off the pitch.