JUVENTUS NEWS

Paulo Dybala is reportedly set to extend his Juventus contract until 2021, and could return to the squad on Saturday.
Atalanta’s Jasmin Kurtic warns anyone who thinks Juventus are in crisis is “very much mistaken”.
Gian Piero Gasperini assures Atalanta won’t fear this weekend’s trip to Juventus Stadium - “we’ll go there to play”.
Diego says he has “no regrets” about joining Juventus, but should have stayed “at least another year”.
Juventus are reportedly looking for a defender in January, with Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic among the targets.
Christian Maggio urged Napoli to focus on beating Sassuolo today and not how it will affect the Scudetto race.
Massimo Moratti “regrets” sacking Gigi Simoni and claims Inter “had won the 1998 Scudetto, but it was taken away for other reasons.”
Leonardo Bonucci is out of action for 45-60 days after a serious thigh strain, while Juventus are less prepared to confirm the Dani Alves recovery time.
Marcello Lippi believes Juventus’ “struggles” are due to not replacing their former holy trinity of midfielders Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba.
Paulo Dybala will reportedly be available for Juventus’ next match on Saturday against Atalanta.
Torino winger Iago Falque assures that there will be 'no revenge used' in the Turin derby against Juventus.
Ex-Juventus Coach Marcello Lippi, has attributed their current struggles to 'changes in direction' by current boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Former Torino Captain Kamil Glik is still a fan of the club since his move to Monaco, and states that he will 'never move to rivals Juventus'.
Juventus confirmed Dani Alves has sustained a fracture during today’s 3-1 defeat to Genoa, while Leonardo Bonucci needs more tests.
Giovanni Simeone’s father Diego “told me scoring against Juventus was in our blood” and Genoa’s victory is “the best day of my career so far.”
Max Allegri admits Juventus were “lightweight and had no excuses” for a 3-1 defeat to Genoa, but “we can learn valuable lessons.”
Ivan Juric explained the aggressive Genoa approach to sweep Juventus aside. “It’s all about deciding how you want to die…”
Gian Piero Gasperini admits he “didn’t expect to be here right now,” as Atalanta are within five points of leaders Juventus and they meet next week.
Genoa utterly annihilated Juventus in the first half and sent the leaders crashing to a 3-1 defeat, with two added injury woes.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta admits Miralem Pjanic “hasn’t been performing quite up to expectations.”