JUVENTUS NEWS

Reports suggest Juventus have accepted an offer from Valencia for West Ham outcast Simone Zaza.
Andrea Barzagli says Patrice Evra “is like he’s always been” and that the left-back is “one of the men” in Juventus’ dressing room.
Juventus are reportedly planning to activate the €30m release clause of Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli says “I’m fine now and at the Coach’s disposal” after two months out with a shoulder injury.
Dries Mertens reveals that Ronaldo 'doesn't scare' his side before they take on Real Madrid in the Champions League.
On-form Napoli striker Dries Mertens refused to give anything away about a potential contract renewal with the club, telling the Press 'we'll see'.
Bologna left-back Adam Masina is reportedly one of the options to replace Patrice Evra, should he leave Juventus.
Juventus are looking to next season for their left-backs, targeting Schalke 04 free agent Sead Kolasinac and Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio.
Valencia asked Juventus for both Simone Zaza and Patrice Evra, but they have taken a few days to decide, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Patrice Evra might be leaving Juventus in the January transfer window, but Valencia have joined Manchester United in making an approach.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes has reportedly turned down both Genoa and Hebei China Fortune.
Ascoli confirmed an “exploratory meeting” with Juventus for Riccardo Orsolini, the winger who is also wanted by Milan, Atalanta and Napoli.
Gigi Buffon and Leonardo Bonucci of Juventus have made it into UEFA’s Team of the Year for 2016.
Rumours are growing that Patrice Evra could leave Juventus, but he won’t be forced out.
Valencia sporting director Jesús García Pitarch is reportedly in Milan to negotiate for Juventus striker Simone Zaza.
Valencia have revived their interest in Juventus striker Simone Zaza, according to reports.
Federico Fazio confirms Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti “wants to win the Scudetto” as well as the Europa League.
Juventus have enquired about Lyon’s Corentin Tolisso, but reports suggest the French club would demand €40m.
Paulo Dybala’s agent assures “there’s no doubt” the forward will sign a new contract with Juventus.
Mauro Icardi insists he has no regrets about rejecting Italy, despite just one Argentina cap.