JUVENTUS NEWS

Fiorentina have warned they “don’t want to become victims” of Juventus complaints against referees when they face off on Saturday.
Serie B outfit Pescara have denied reports that they have agreed to sell Marco Verratti to Italian giants Juventus.
Siena youngster Mattia Destro admits that he is proud with links to clubs such as Juventus and Roma.
Giorgio Chiellini and Martin Caceres should both be available for Juventus’ trip to Fiorentina on Saturday night.
Co-owned by Parma and Juventus, playmaker Sebastian Giovinco is ruling out nothing as far as his future from the end of the season is concerned.
Andrea Lazzari believes Fiorentina have been playing well despite recent results and sees next weekend’s clash with Juventus as an opportunity to prove so.
Andrea Agnelli has revealed why Juventus imposed a media blackout in the aftermath of their 0-0 draw at Genoa on Sunday.
Genoa are being linked with a move for Marco Borriello once the Roma player’s loan stint at Juventus ends.
Manchester United have cast doubts over reports that Paul Pogba will be heading to Juventus in the summer.
Stevan Jovetic has a 30 per cent chance of being fit for Fiorentina’s game against Juventus, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Pasquale Marino gladly clings to the point, but Juventus protest at the referee.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi concedes “Juventus deserved to win,” but feels both sides had reason to complain about the referee.
Juventus have called a media silence in protest at the refereeing decisions during today’s 0-0 draw with Genoa.
Juventus have Arturo Vidal playing centre-back as Genoa welcome Alberto Gilardino back from an injury lay-off.
Alessandro Matri insists the Scudetto race “is wide open” as Juventus go into the game with Genoa trailing Milan by two points.
Juraj Kucka is confident Genoa can take advantage of the Juventus frailties today. “It won’t be easy for Arturo Vidal to play as a defender.”
Pasquale Marino does not believe Juventus are struggling ahead of the Genoa clash. “If they are unbeaten, there is a reason...”
Antonio Conte is refusing to speak to the media after his “unjust” ban, so assistant manager Angelo Alessio insists Juventus “will double our efforts” against Genoa.
An investigation has been launched after an offensive banner towards Gianluca Pessotto was shown during Bologna-Juventus.
Martin Caceres believes Antonio Conte’s absence will be as significant this weekend against Genoa as the makeshift defence he may find himself a part of.