JUVENTUS NEWS

Sampdoria are attempting steal soon-to-be free agent Neto from under the noses of Juventus, say reports.
Atalanta striker Mauricio Pinilla says his team can beat Inter and Juventus, and backs himself to score two goals.
Fiorentina striker Giuseppe Rossi sets his eyes on the end-of-April match against Juventus, but does not ‘set a date’.
Juventus, Roma and Manchester United all show interest in Palermo's Paulo Dybala, but President Maurizio Zamparini favours the Bianconeri.
Gigi Buffon discussed his career, becoming a Juventus symbol and getting past the “black hole” of depression.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says President Silvio Berlusconi is ‘satisfied’ despite defeat to Juventus at the weekend.
Lille defender Simon Kjaer is a target for Juventus, but may prove too expensive, according to reports.
Giovanni Malago, President of the Italian National Olympic Committee, says Juventus and Milan must preserve their 'style' in spite of their diatribe.
Andrea Barzagli could be set for his first Juventus appearance of the season at Cesena on Sunday, according to reports.
Juventus target Jackson Martinez has revealed that he’ll leave Porto in the summer, and doesn’t rule out a move to Italy.
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi says Roma lack organisation, but praises Max Allegri’s Juventus.
Milan continued the war of words with “arrogant” Juventus over the “farcical” Carlos Tevez replay controversy.
Juventus slammed Milan over the “farcical” Carlos Tevez replay controversy, suggesting they are “trying to mask the result.”
Milan have doubled down on their protest that Juventus ‘manipulated’ video footage to make Carlos Tevez seem onside.
It’s reported Antonio Conte will meet FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio tomorrow to discuss a possible resignation.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani accused Juventus of controlling the replays of Carlos Tevez’s goal.
Paul Pogba’s agent said he will leave Juventus “if the right moment arrives,” but it’ll cost more than €94m.
Luca Antonelli scored on his Milan debut against Juventus, but “we’ve got no points and our table is looking ugly.”
Pippo Inzaghi said Milan should gain “a lot of self-belief” from the performance, even if they lost 3-1 at Juventus.
Max Allegri complained Juventus “weren’t concentrated enough” against Milan, but reassured his former club.