JUVENTUS NEWS

Cesare Prandelli defended the Code of Ethics, sees a new Antonio Cassano and warns Italy is a country “divided on everything.”
Paul Pogba has explained the ‘sacrifices’ and difficult moments he has faced this season in adapting to increased playing time for Juventus.
Football Italia have put together an extensive review of the 2013-14 Serie A season, running through every club’s individual campaigns.
Marco Verratti says he can play any midfield role for Italy, as he hopes former Pescara teammates Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne join him in Brazil.
Gianluigi Buffon admits that Italy may not be outright favourites to win the World Cup, but sees them capable of causing a few headaches.
Antonio Conte’s decision to commit to Juventus for next season is seen as a compromise, with contract renewal talks to be revisited later.
Gianluigi Buffon has offered insight into Antonio Conte’s management style and described a Juventus without him as ‘unthinkable’.
It has been confirmed that Juventus Coach Antonio Conte is staying with the Old Lady next season.
Max Allegri has dismissed questions by reporters asking whether he would be interested in coaching Juventus.
Should Antonio Conte decide to leave Juventus, the club’s hierarchy are leaning towards Sinisa Mihajlovic as his replacement.
At the end of a fabulous season, with records broken by the great and the good, Dave Taylor picks his final best XI from round 38.
Reports in Spain this afternoon claim that Barcelona will make a move for Paul Pogba, but only if Cesc Fabregas leaves.
Maurizio Beretta has discussed Italy’s World Cup hopes, the possibility of downsizing Serie A and the new financial front clubs face.
Juventus have revealed that their preseason plans will include a stop in Singapore to play Malaysia Super League outfit The Lions.
Antonio Conte refused to discuss his future, instead noting “people will talk about this Juventus side for a long time to come.”
Gigi Buffon lifted the Serie A trophy, but Juventus celebrations were cut short by a pitch invasion.
Andrea Pirlo said “much of the credit” goes to Antonio Conte for a record-breaking 102-point Juventus run.
Rudi Garcia was still content with Roma’s season, despite a third consecutive defeat, and hailed “unique” Juventus.
Juventus set a new European record of 102 points, but Roma collapsed at Genoa and relegated Catania beat Atalanta.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta is “optimistic” on Antonio Conte’s future, but warned not to expect news today.