JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus certainly got back on track, and top of the table, thrashing Cagliari 4-0 with Daniele Rugani and Dani Alves unexpected scorers.
Juventus need to get back on track and make numerous changes, including the return of Gonzalo Higuain, against Cagliari.
Join us for all NINE of tonight’s Serie A games, including Juventus-Cagliari, Genoa-Napoli, Empoli-Inter, Udinese-Fiorentina and Roma-Crotone.
Liverpool generated the most income from selling players to the big five leagues since 2010, but Juventus are in third place.
Former Italy boss Cesare Prandelli believes Napoli are the biggest challengers to Juventus for the Serie A title this season.
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala admits he may be “lacking a little confidence” after failing to score in any of his five appearances this season.
Alvaro Morata confirms Antonio Conte wanted him a second time over the summer as Chelsea bid €70m, but his “dream” was always to stay at Real Madrid.
Juventus have announced record turnover figures for the 2015-16 financial year and an improvement in profits.
Juventus are reportedly preparing a €10m bid for Atalanta’s Franck Kessie, but face competition from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Cagliari’s Simone Padoin warns his former Juventus teammates “will be angry” after the Inter defeat.
Eder hopes the victory over Juventus can boost Inter confidence and prepares to face “my home” club of Empoli.
Juventus are without Sami Khedira, Patrice Evra and Medhi Benatia for tomorrow’s clash with Cagliari.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Inter “could be a surprise this season” and Milan will “open another cycle”.
Massimo Rastelli tells his Cagliari players they have “nothing to lose” when they visit Juventus tomorrow.
Frank de Boer wants Inter to show “the same intensity” with Empoli as they did against Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri insists he was right to rest Gonzalo Higuain for Inter-Juventus - “I’d do it again, without a doubt”.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri assures there’s “no problem” with Paulo Dybala, despite no goals in his first five games of the season.
Massimiliano Allegri believes Inter-Juventus was “one of the ugliest games on a technical level in the last 30 years”.
James Pallotta declares Roma “are not afraid” of Juventus, as well as discussing Francesco Totti and Luciano Spalletti.
Alex Sandro admits Juventus have “no excuses” for losing to Inter, and believes it’s “not only” Napoli who will fight for the Scudetto.