JUVENTUS NEWS

Mario Lemina denies Juventus are different in Europe, and believes they will qualify for the Champions League Last 16 despite the draw with Lyon.
Gianluigi Buffon is Italy’s only representative in the list of candidates for The Best FIFA Men’s Player 2016 award.
Former Milan and Italy striker Filippo Inzaghi asks “if Gonzalo Higuain cost €90m then how much would Bobo Vieri and I have cost?”
Juventus have confirmed that Leonardo Bonucci will miss Sunday’s trip to Chievo in Serie A with a thigh strain.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani has revealed that Napoli were “very close” to signing Marco Verratti – until it emerged he was a Juventus fan.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini thinks that Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri 'needs time' in order to realise the club's Champions League success.
Juventus have issued an official statement, announcing that a story printed about Gianluigi Buffon in Gazzetta dello Sport ‘is false.’
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is said to be furious with injured Paulo Dybala after he played basketball instead of undertaking physiotherapy.
Patrice Evra is “not satisfied” with the season so far, but new buys must learn “it’s one thing to play for any team, quite another to play for Juventus.”
Simone Zaza’s father and agent “can’t guarantee” that the striker will stay at West Ham United.
Juventus have announced that Leonardo Bonucci has a thigh strain, and will be evaluated tomorrow.
Antonio Damato will be the referee as Napoli welcome Lazio as the Week 12 referees are announced.
Cagliari wing-back Mauricio Isla admits he may not have been “up to the level” of Juventus.
Napoli could reportedly offer Simone Zaza a West Ham United escape route in January, as they need a striker.
Incoming Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli was reportedly at Juventus Stadium last night to scout some of Lyon’s talent.
Bruno Genesio ended up with regrets in Turin, as Lyon “had the opportunity to get all three points” against Juventus.
Patrice Evra admits Juventus “lacked character” in a 1-1 Champions League draw with Lyon. “Fatigue and other issues are just excuses.”
Lyon goalscorer Corentino Tolisso felt they “played on a par with Juventus and qualification is still possible” for the Champions League knockouts.
Max Allegri tried to “see the positive side” of a 1-1 draw with Lyon and insisted Juventus “are not playing badly” in the Champions League.
Claudio Marchisio insists the 1-1 draw with Lyon was “a good result nonetheless,” but Juventus drop to second place in the Champions League group.