JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus' Carlos Tevez is looking to end his Champions League goal drought in the first of ‘three Finals’ against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Antonio Conte has played down the importance of the system Juventus will use against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Real Madrid’s Luka Modric is looking forward to the prospect of playing Juventus in the Champions League this week.
Tuttosport are claiming Juventus will line up with a 4-3-3 in Tuesday’s Champions League game against Real Madrid.
Claudio Marchisio believes Juventus have rediscovered their solidity just in time to face Real Madrid in a “red-hot atmosphere.”
Howard Webb has been appointed as the referee for Juventus-Real Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Parma have released a statement condemning their own supporters for an insulting banner against Juventus.
Paul Pogba scored the Juventus winner against Parma and now targets Real Madrid. “We need to win this time.”
Antonio Conte called for the Juventus Stadium to make its mark against Real Madrid. “The fans can push us to victory.”
Roberto Donadoni has regrets over Parma’s defeat to Juventus. “We put in the performance and ran few risks.”
Antonio Conte said Juventus “played the long game” for their 1-0 win over Parma and revealed his clumsy celebration.
Paul Pogba got the goal for a 1-0 Juventus victory away to Parma, but Fabio Quagliarella deserves much of the credit.
Sebastian Giovinco faces his former teammates, as Juventus visit Antonio Cassano’s Parma in the early kick-off.
Fabio Cannavaro has joined the debate over Giorgio Chiellini and defended the Juventus man. “He’s not nasty.”
David Trezeguet is “very proud of what I did at Juventus and the rapport with the fans. Carlos Tevez is perfect for their mentality.”
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti blasted Juventus Coach Antonio Conte as “banal and arrogant” in defending Giorgio Chiellini.
Giuseppe Rossi has revealed that his Fiorentina teammates ‘cried like we’d won the Champions League’ after their win over Juventus.
Roberto Donadoni has named his 23-man Parma squad for the match against Juventus on Saturday.
Claudio Ranieri has admitted that ‘if you can coach in Italy, you can coach anywhere’.
Reports in the British Press this evening suggest that Arsenal and Chelsea could test Juventus’ mettle over Paul Pogba.