JUVENTUS NEWS

Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza explains “our starting striker is Gonzalo Higuain” with Mauro Icardi third-choice.
Massimiliano Allegri warns his Juventus players not to be complacent against Milan in the Supercoppa.
Gianluigi Buffon discusses his upcoming 600th appearance for Juventus - “I’m glad someone is counting…”
Sandro Mazzola believes Inter can still qualify for the Champions League, and sees Mauro Icardi as better than Gonzalo Higuain.
Roma midfielder Gerson is confident that “we’re not that far away” from Juventus.
CEO Adriano Galliani warns Milan are out for revenge against Juventus after “undeservedly” losing the Coppa Italia final.
Giuseppe Marotta believes Juventus and Milan are “the two teams which can best portray the image of Italian football”.
Marco Verratti assures “I see no reason to leave” Paris Saint-Germain, despite the comments from his agent.
Giacomo Bonaventura shrugs off Milan’s travel problems - “we have to think about playing and not let it become an excuse”.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms Mattia Caldara will sign from Atalanta, but not until 2018.
Giorgio Chiellini backs his Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala to be decisive in tomorrow’s Supercoppa.
Paulo Dybala believes Juventus will prove their defeat to Milan was a fluke as they meet again in the Italian Super Cup.
Suso feels Milan “have a great opportunity to change things” in the Italian Super Cup against Juventus after finally landing in Doha.
Miralem Pjanic assures he is fully fit and ready to start for Juventus against Milan in Friday’s Italian Super Cup clash.
Beppe Marotta confirmed Juventus “will sign someone from Atalanta” in January, most likely Mattia Caldara or Roberto Gagliardini.
Juventus are aiming to tie up a deal with Axel Witsel in the next 10 days, reports suggest.
Alberto Aquilani has not been called-up for Pescara’s match with Palermo, and he’s set to be released by mutual consent.
Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan are prepared to offer €35m for Juventus’ Mario Mandzukic, according to reports.
Paulo Sousa believes his Fiorentina can beat Napoli tomorrow as “we have good quality”.
Adriano Galliani assures Milan are “happy to go to Doha” for a “very important final” against Juventus.