JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus rotate the squad and face a difficult trip to Gian Piero Gasperini’s Genoa, losing two players at the last minute.
Roberto Mancini praised Antonio Conte’s Juventus, but feels Jose Mourinho doesn’t “want to have friends.”
Juventus are without Carlos Tevez, Sebastian Giovinco and Claudio Marchisio against Genoa on Sunday.
Vincenzo Montella is keeping Fiorentina focused on Chievo between Euro derbies with Juventus. “Mario Gomez is improving.”
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini said Juventus are “the Bayern Munich of Italy,” so his team must give 110 per cent.
Eric Cantona said Mario Balotelli and Zlatan Ibrahimovic can’t be considered “football rebels,” but Paul Pogba was right to quit Manchester United.
Giovanni Trapattoni defended Antonio Conte’s use of squad rotation. “Juventus cannot snub any competition.”
Mattia Perin comes face to face with his “idol” Gigi Buffon on Sunday as Juventus visit Genoa.
Calciomercato.com are reporting that Milan are eyeing up a potential summer transfer swoop for Alessio Cerci.
Mario Gomez says Fiorentina must play even better in next week’s Europa League second leg if they want to progress against Juventus.
Giorgio Chiellini says that Juventus are fully focused on their match against Genoa in Serie A despite Europa League progress now being in the balance.
Juventus’ midfielder Paul Pogba says he really wants to win the Balon d’Or one day but admits it will be a difficult task.
Arsene Wenger has intimated that Nicklas Bendtner’s Arsenal career could be coming to an end after an alleged incident in Copenhagen.
Alessandro Diamanti has revealed that he turned down a move to Juventus in order to stay at Bologna.
Mattia Perin’s agent has insisted that there has been no contact from any other team for his client.
Emanuele Giaccherini has outlined his hope at making Italy’s World Cup squad, and his gratitude to Antonio Conte.
Lazio are reported as ready to negotiate a deal with Udinese to try to take full ownership of Antonio Candreva.
Mario Gomez recognised the importance of his goal for Fiorentina, not only for their tie with Juventus, but also for his own progression.
Norberto Neto hailed Fiorentina’s attitude after they fought back for a Europa League draw away to Juventus.
Vincenzo Montella said Mario Gomez “couldn’t have picked a better moment” to score in Fiorentina’s draw at Juventus.