JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms there’s “no negotiation” with Napoli for Gonzalo Higuain.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists Juventus “never had any intention” of activating Gonzalo Higuain’s release clause as “they’re a club with class”.
Real Madrid are reportedly still in for Juventus’ Paul Pogba, but need time to raise €120m to buy him.
Napoli’s official radio station reports that Juventus will not pay Gonzalo Higuain’s release clause.
Napoli have reportedly refused to negotiate with Juventus for Gonzalo Higuain, telling them to pay the €94m release clause.
Mauro Icardi’s agent says he “wants to stay” at Inter but Juventus and Napoli “would like” to sign him.
A decision over Juventus’ appeal for Calciopoli damages will not arrive for at least 45 days.
Gonzalo Higuain's agent reportedly has no deal with Juventus, but threatens to abandon Napoli if the project is not convincing.
Reports suggest that Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis will take a tough line with Juventus: 'Pay the clause now, or no Gonzalo Higuain'.
Juventus need one more midfielder and they are considering Chelsea's Nemanja Matic, Valencia's Andre Gomes and Lazio's Lucas Biglia.
Claudio Ranieri says Italy need to develop young players after an 'excellent' Euro 2016, whilst Napoli and Roma will have a hard time against Juventus.
It's a crucial day for Gonzalo Higuain as Juventus and Napoli meet to discuss his possible transfer.
The Manchester Evening News claims it was Juventus who offered Leonardo Bonucci to Manchester City.
Napoli’s chief medic trusts Gonzalo Higuain “is certainly eager to come back and resume fighting with us,” despite Juventus and Arsenal reports.
Marko Pjaca is expected to complete his Juventus move within 48 hours and said goodbye to Dinamo Zagreb fans.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti believes Gonzalo Higuain joining Juventus “would raise the overall quality level of Serie A.”
According to Tuttosport, Napoli are refusing to buy Roberto Pereyra because it might help Juventus fund the Gonzalo Higuain bid.
Juventus released a statement on the reports of a €2m damages payment to Nike over a third star on the jersey post-Calciopoli.
Juventus will have to pay Nike €2m over the decision to sell unauthorised jerseys with three Scudetto starts, it’s reported.
Real Betis are keeping a close eye on Serie A, targeting Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina and Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara.