JUVENTUS NEWS

Gianluigi Buffon has offered his opinion on the recent spate of ‘territorial discriminatory’ chants that have blighted Serie A.
Fabio Capello has admitted that Antonio Conte’s Juventus team is better than his own vintage.
Newspapers in Britain suggest that Juventus will have to pay €22m if they want to sign Nani from Manchester United.
Despite consistent reports that Marc-Andre ter Stegen will move to Barcelona, German media outlets insist that Juventus could sign the goalkeeper.
Monaco are keeping tabs on Antonio Conte, with the Juventus man potentially leaving Turin in the summer.
Antonio Conte has admitted that he is still reeling from Juventus’ Champions League exit earlier this month.
Gigi Buffon praised the team spirit at Juventus, Antonio Conte’s leadership and believes in Italy’s World Cup chances.
Juventus defender Angelo Ogbonna reveals he was “very close to joining Roma” twice in his career.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has been named Coach of the Year at the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards.
Newspaper Il Tempo is calling for English referee Howard Webb to officiate the Juventus-Roma Scudetto showdown.
Genoa will ponder making a January move for Juventus left-back Paolo De Ceglie, reports Il Secolo XIX.
Giorgio Chiellini will make his 300th appearance for Juventus should he feature in the game against Roma at the start of the New Year.
Carlos Tevez says his Juventus side won’t underestimate the Europa League after their Champions League disaster.
Andrea Pirlo has cut short his Christmas holidays in order to prove his fitness for the Juventus-Roma showdown.
Torino have reportedly made contact with Juventus regarding the possible swoop of Sebastian Giovinco.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has admitted that winning the Europa League is now an objective.
Arturo Vidal is hungry to win honours for Juventus and himself after putting pen to paper on a new contract at the start of this month.
Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino says he will sell Radja Nainggolan to either Milan or Juventus.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli doesn’t expect to lose Antonio Conte, Andrea Pirlo or Paul Pogba in the immediate future.
Former Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli believes that the Bianconeri have to sign ‘two or three players’ in order to compete in Europe.