JUVENTUS NEWS

Giampiero Ventura is confident Torino can beat Juventus in the Derby, ending an 18-year drought. “We know we can do it.”
Antonio Conte has “great respect” for Torino and warns in the Derby della Mole “hunger” counts for more than quality.
Kamil Glik hopes his Torino side ‘believe’ that they can beat Juventus in the Turin derby on Sunday.
Fabio Quagliarella has admitted that everyone in the Juventus squad has to send a signal to the Coach that they are good enough to start.
Chievo boss Giuseppe Sannino wants his side to use their defeat to Juventus as a spring-board for the game against Catania this weekend.
Juventus’ Andrea Barzagli has singled out Alessio Cerci as Torino’s biggest danger ahead of the derby this weekend.
Mario Balotelli has revealed he was hoping former Manchester City teammate Carlos Tevez would join him at Milan.
Kevin Strootman ignores superstition and declares “Juventus are the Scudetto favourites, but Roma are there too.”
Gigi Buffon admits Juventus aren’t up to their usual standards in defence. “All of us could’ve done better, including me.”
Juventus’ Federico Peluso insists there’s no point in looking at the League table so soon into the new season.
Six Serie A based players have been placed on stand-by for Chile’s World Cup qualifying matches in October.
Juventus’ Andrea Barzagli expects rivals Torino to give his side some space in the derby this weekend.
Fabio Quagliarella is concerned by Juventus’ recent habit of allowing their opponents to take a 1-0 lead.
Chievo Verona have refused to criticise match officials for ruling out a perfectly good goal in their 2-1 loss to Juventus.
Antonio Conte conceded Juventus were “lucky” to win 2-1 at Chievo with a goal incorrectly disallowed.
Juventus rotate the squad again for their visit to Chievo, as Fabio Quagliarella and Fernando Llorente start.
Juan Zuniga is set to sign a contract extension at Napoli, but could have a clause inserted which would allow him to move to Barcelona.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte says Andrea Pirlo works harder on the field of play than people realise.
Subbed Juventus players have been told they must take a seat on the bench once they are replaced during games – or face a month on the sidelines.
Juventus increased revenue by 32.8 per cent in the last financial year, but still recorded a loss of €15.9m.