JUVENTUS NEWS

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma calls for a 'united Milan to fight for every ball' against Juventus.
Juventus, Milan and Roma target Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to spend another year with PSG, then take a €50m offer from Qatar.
Milan's Keisuke Honda believes Italian football is 'too attached to the past', whilst looking ahead to the game against Juventus.
Milan's Keisuke Honda believes there are 'many ways to beat Juventus', though it will be 'very difficult'.
Adriano Galliani says Mario Balotelli has “a crazy desire” to stay at Milan.
Paulo Dybala trained separately again today, making him highly doubtful for Milan-Juventus.
Inter midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia isn’t giving up on the Champions League - “we have to take it game-by-game.”
Barcelona striker Neymar “would like to play with” Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli knows beating Milan would be “a major step toward the fifth Scudetto”.
Mino Raiola calls claims that Zlatan Ibrahimovic was doped at Juventus “ridiculous” and plans legal action.
Paulo Dybala will reportedly miss Juventus’ trip to face Milan on Saturday as he struggles with an injury.
Daniele Orsato will take charge of Milan-Juventus on Saturday as Week 32 referees are announced.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini met the representatives of Zenit’s Axel Witsel this morning, say reports.
Former Sweden team doctor Ulf Karlsson has accused Juventus of doping players in the early 2000s: “Zlatan Ibrahimovic put on 10kg in six months.”
Giovanni Trapattoni says Massimiliano Allegri ‘has handled everything brilliantly’ despite people being ‘ready to judge and criticise’ at Juventus.
Zenit’s Axel Witsel ‘hasn’t given anything away about Milan and Juventus interest’, says his teammate Domenico Criscito.
Reports say Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici was in Paris to discuss PSG’s Javier Pastore yesterday.
Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan players had “a long confrontation with raised voices” in their training retreat.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims Napoli benefited from refereeing decisions and media bias too.
Captain Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan’s recent form is “not acceptable”.