JUVENTUS NEWS

Alessandro Florenzi, Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Daniele De Rossi have been included in the Roma squad for Saturday’s game against Juventus.
Leandro Damiao is wanted by clubs all over the world, but the Brazilian’s agent confirms “the Italian championship is a goal for Damiao.”
Roma have injury concerns for Alessandro Florenzi, Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Daniele De Rossi ahead of Saturday’s match with Juventus.
Martin Caceres has brushed off transfer speculation by assuring he “never thought about leaving. I only want Juventus.”
Fabio Quagliarella rejected the opportunity to leave Juventus during the January transfer window, his agent has confirmed.
Andrea Pirlo knows that Juventus’ Champions League tie against Celtic is still not over after his Istanbul nightmare.
Juventus have what is needed to win the Champions League this season, says former striker Gianluca Vialli.
UEFA’s chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina confirms Andreas Granqvist’s handling offence in Juventus-Genoa “cannot be considered” a penalty.
The day after their 3-0 home defeat to Juventus, Kris Commons has publicly blamed Celtic teammate Efe Ambrose. “Certain individuals let the team down.”
Juventus’ Nicolas Anelka has now played for six different sides in the Champions League – equalling the record of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has insisted that his side should have been awarded at least one penalty in the 3-0 loss to Juventus.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon has admitted that the 3-0 scoreline doesn’t really reflect how tough Celtic made it for them in Glasgow.
Barcelona are the only side better than Juventus in the Champions League this season, says Alessio Tacchinardi.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon was left frustrated by the way Juventus marked his players in the Champions League.
Arturo Vidal warns Juventus aren’t qualified yet and explains how they approached Celtic expecting a “very physical” battle.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon concedes his men “need a miracle” to reach the Champions League Quarter-Finals after a 3-0 home defeat to Juventus.
Coach Antonio Conte was overjoyed with the Juventus performance to beat Celtic 3-0 in Glasgow. “I’ve rarely seen a passionate atmosphere like this.”
Claudio Marchisio praised Juventus for “a great Champions League” and reveals how they studied Celtic.
Juventus were absolutely clinical when taking their chances, as Alessandro Matri, Claudio Marchisio and Mirko Vucinic secured a huge 3-0 first leg win at Celtic Park.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta admits tonight’s trip to Celtic Park is “an important appointment for us.”