JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus vice-President Pavel Nedved says he’s ‘had better days’ after drawing Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16.
Juventus have been drawn with Bayern Munich and Roma face Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16.
Juan Cuadrado admits his Juventus goal against Fiorentina was unintentional. “Maybe the hair helped!”
Paulo Sousa is “proud and had fun watching Fiorentina play tonight” despite a 3-1 defeat to Juventus.
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè insists “we dominated the game against Juventus and are only disappointed with the result.”
Max Allegri revealed how Juventus neutralised Fiorentina, but will “take it one step at a time” for the Scudetto.
Paulo Dybala explained his splendid late goal to beat Fiorentina 3-1. “I saw the defender coming at me too quickly.”
Mario Mandzukic, Juan Cuadrado and Paulo Dybala completed the Juventus comeback from an early Fiorentina penalty to go fourth.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured they have no intention of selling Paulo Dybala or Alvaro Morata.
Fiorentina director Andrea Rogg confirmed Federico Bernardeschi extended his contract and “can’t wait” to face Juventus.
Giorgio Chiellini admits Juventus have a lot to lose and gain in tonight’s clash with Fiorentina.
Juventus and Fiorentina come face to face in a bitter rivalry that has Scudetto showdown written all over it too.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Milan-Verona, Napoli-Roma and Juventus-Fiorentina.
Tuttosport claims Barcelona met with Juventus to discuss a possible bid for Paulo Dybala.
Fiorentina President Mario Cognini insists “we are just as strong as Juventus” ahead of tonight’s clash in Turin.
Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira, Patrice Evra, Simone Zaza and Martin Caceres are back for Juventus against Fiorentina.
Nikola Kalinic assured Fiorentina “believe in the Scudetto” and can get past friend and rival Mario Mandzukic’s Juventus.
Paulo Sousa warns Fiorentina need “the mind and the heart” to push them to victory against arch rivals Juventus.
Max Allegri won’t call Juventus-Fiorentina a Scudetto showdown, but “it is an important crossroads for the campaign.”
Marcello Lippi is “ready to get back to work” and looks back on his time at Juventus, Inter and why Calciopoli helped win the World Cup.