JUVENTUS NEWS

Martin Caceres could be out of action for up to 45 days after Juventus confirmed that the defender has damaged knee ligaments.
Reports from Turkey are suggesting that Fenerbahce are preparing an offer for available Juventus winger Milos Krasic.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli will reportedly be keeping a close eye on Juventus’ Paolo De Ceglie this season.
Juventus have manoeuvred themselves into a position to sign Andrea Poli from Sampdoria, Sky Sport Italia are reporting.
Luca Marrone says he’s ready to stay at Juventus to act as cover for Andrea Pirlo during the 2012-13 campaign.
The future of Fabio Quagliarella at Juventus is again in doubt after fresh links with Zenit St Petersburg.
Antonio Conte has pledged Juventus “want to return to the top of Europe and even the world” after their Scudetto success.
Siena have stated “tomorrow will be the decisive day for Mattia Destro’s move to Roma,” although “Juventus won’t give up.”
Juventus could keep hold of youngster Alberto Masi after Martin Caceres’ injury. “I am inspired by Thiago Silva and Gerard Pique.”
Paolo Cannavaro can’t wait for Napoli’s campaign to get started in Beijing against Juventus. “We want the Italian Super Cup.”
Alessandro Matri is increasingly likely to make his way back to Milan, though they’d prefer a loan rather than the €12m Juventus price-tag.
It is feared Juventus could lose Martin Caceres for anything from two to six months after his knee injury in the Trofeo TIM.
There are reports Arsenal want at least £20m for Robin Van Persie after turning down bids from Juventus, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Marco Motta believes “Bologna are the ideal club for me” after making the loan switch from Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri insists he’s not concerned after a ‘provisional’ Milan lost to Inter and Juventus in the Trofeo TIM, but is looking forward to reinforcements.
Andrea Stramaccioni was pleased with Inter’s Trofeo TIM victories over Juventus and Milan. “It’s a good test for the Europa League.”
Inter pushed past both Milan and Juventus, winning the Trofeo TIM mini-tournament with Philippe Coutinho, Rodrigo Palacio and Fredy Guarin on target.
Juventus blasted the pitch after Martin Caceres suffered potential ligament damage and Simone Pepe a thigh strain during the Trofeo TIM.
A soft penalty from Mirko Vucinic saw Juventus squeeze past Milan 1-0 in the Trofeo TIM mini-tournament, but there were three big injury problems.
A Lucio howler against his former teammates allowed Inter to beat Juventus 1-0 in the opening Trofeo TIM encounter with Philippe Coutinho on target.