JUVENTUS NEWS

Rubin Kazan stopper Salvatore Bocchetti is once again being linked with a possible move to Italian champions Juventus.
Luiz Adriano is suspended for the Shakhtar Donetsk Champions League game with Juventus after he “violated the principles of conduct.”
Ciro Ferrara admits he is torn between his former clubs, so hopes “Napoli win the Scudetto and Juventus get the Champions League.”
There are seven Italians in the list of the 30 top paid Coaches in the world, including Carlo Ancelotti, Fabio Capello and Antonio Conte.
Martin Caceres has been diagnosed with a sprained ankle, including slight ligament damage, while Arturo Vidal has muscular problems.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte could decide to field Paul Pogba in the derby against Torino in order to rest Arturo Vidal.
Milan legend Clarence Seedorf thinks Juventus could dominate Italian football for at least the next five years.
Fabio Quagliarella’s outburst after his substitution against Milan will cost him a fine and possibly his place in the Juventus first team.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella believes his side are still in the title race despite dropping points away to Torino on Sunday.
Juventus shouldn’t be overly concerned with the 1-0 defeat at Milan on Sunday, says former player and Coach Dino Zoff.
Juventus teammates Claudio Marchisio and Leonardo Bonucci have taken to Twitter to deny claims of a bust-up.
Leonardo Bonucci has looked to explain the reasons for Juventus’ anonymous performance in the 1-0 loss at Milan.
Gigi Buffon looked at the overall performance and felt Juventus “deserved to lose this time” at San Siro.
Director general Beppe Marotta concedes “Juventus played one of their worst games of the season and the penalty cannot be an alibi.”
Assistant Coach Angelo Alessio felt Juventus lost to Milan because “we did not play as a team unit,” but wondered what would’ve happened if they had received that penalty instead.
Massimiliano Allegri praised Milan’s defensive performance against Juventus, admitted the penalty “should not have been given” and commented on Pep Guardiola.
Mattia De Sciglio warned Milan to “keep our feet on the ground” after beating Serie A leaders Juventus.
Milan doomed Juventus to their second defeat of the season, but earned it with an extremely controversial Robinho penalty.
Robinho returns to Milan’s trident attack, while Martin Caceres steps in for Giorgio Chiellini as Juventus visit San Siro this evening. Christian Abbiati pulls out in the warm-up.
Assistant manager Mauro Tassotti warns Milan “need a perfect performance” to get the better of Juventus tonight.