JUVENTUS NEWS

Sebastian Giovinco’s agent said “it’s not surprising” Arsenal and Tottenham are tracking the Juventus talent.
Didier Drogba to Juventus reports gain momentum and patron John Elkann won’t close the door. “Roger Milla was no spring chicken...”
Giorgio Chiellini has commented on tackling racism in the game and why footballers may say they don’t know any homosexual colleagues.
Football Italia’s review of the 2013-14 season continues, with a look at our Young Player of the Season and a Quotes of the Season special.
Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo confirmed they are “in talks” with Juventus over Roberto Pereyra.
French newspapers claim Juventus are on the verge of signing Didier Drogba from Galatasaray.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia says he believes in the project going on at the club and wants to stay at Stadio Olimpico.
Lazio are reportedly weighing up a move for Manolo Gabbiadini and could involve him in talks with Juventus for Senad Lulic.
Sebastian Giovinco is expected to meet with Juventus soon to discuss his future, which will be either a new contract or a sale.
Football Italia’s season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.
Antonio Conte told fans how he “lit the flame” at Juventus again and he experiences “defeat like a sudden death.”
Andrea Pirlo, the Juventus and Italy man who never loses his cool, calm, collected demeanour. Unless he’s partying on an open-top bus!
Cesare Prandelli defended the Code of Ethics, sees a new Antonio Cassano and warns Italy is a country “divided on everything.”
Paul Pogba has explained the ‘sacrifices’ and difficult moments he has faced this season in adapting to increased playing time for Juventus.
Football Italia have put together an extensive review of the 2013-14 Serie A season, running through every club’s individual campaigns.
Marco Verratti says he can play any midfield role for Italy, as he hopes former Pescara teammates Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne join him in Brazil.
Gianluigi Buffon admits that Italy may not be outright favourites to win the World Cup, but sees them capable of causing a few headaches.
Antonio Conte’s decision to commit to Juventus for next season is seen as a compromise, with contract renewal talks to be revisited later.
Gianluigi Buffon has offered insight into Antonio Conte’s management style and described a Juventus without him as ‘unthinkable’.
It has been confirmed that Juventus Coach Antonio Conte is staying with the Old Lady next season.