JUVENTUS NEWS

Fiorentina President Andrea Della Valle joked that Juventus players doing the ‘machine gun’ celebration backfired.
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina-Juventus was a special victory and he “considered replacing” hat-trick hero Giuseppe Rossi.
Antonio Conte felt Juventus had “dominated” the game with Fiorentina apart from “10 nightmare minutes.”
Giuseppe Rossi praised his Fiorentina teammates for an “incredible performance” to beat Juventus 4-2.
Fiorentina completed an incredible comeback from 2-0 down to win 4-2 in 15 minutes with Giuseppe Rossi’s hat-trick.
The enticing grudge match Fiorentina-Juventus has Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente taking on Giuseppe Rossi and Juan Cuadrado.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti hinted Gareth Bale could “start against Juventus” in the Champions League.
Josip Ilicic and Ante Rebic will not take part in Fiorentina’s grudge match with Juventus tomorrow.
Arturo Vidal is in the Juventus squad against Fiorentina, but Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella miss out.
Vincenzo Montella knows the rivalry between Fiorentina and Juventus, so tomorrow’s game is “about mental strength.”
Antonio Conte will “punish” Arturo Vidal, is pleased Roma are so competitive and has Juventus focused only on Fiorentina.
Fiorentina’s Alberto Aquilani faces his former Juventus teammates on Sunday. “I have no regrets and will celebrate if I score.”
Juventus man Claudio Marchisio praised Fiorentina’s David Pizarro as “the best after Andrea Pirlo” in midfield.
Adrian Mutu’s agent claims “Juventus are to blame” after FIFA ordered them to pay €21m damages to Chelsea.
Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque is concerned about Fernando Llorente’s situation with Italian giants Juventus.
Juventus and Livorno will reportedly have to pay Chelsea €21m as a result of his move to Italy in January 2005.
Arturo Vidal arrived late back from international duty this week, and could miss Juventus’ game against Fiorentina as a result.
Thomas Vermaelen’s agent has rubbished reports that the Arsenal defender could move to Italy in January.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will have to decide whether to start with Sebastian Giovinco or Fernando Llorente against Fiorentina on Sunday.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has looked to cool the furore caused by a Facebook post from Juventus President Andrea Agnelli.