JUVENTUS NEWS

The trial into the betting scandal begins today with Antonio Conte preparing a plea bargain and Leonardo Bonucci eager to push for lesser charges.
Andrea Ranocchia has hit back at transfer speculation linking him with Juventus. “I have a contract with Inter until 2015 and I intend to respect it.”
“Many clubs are interested” in young Juventus talent Ouasim Buoy, said his agent, as the player considers a loan spell.
Udinese President Franco Soldati has opened the door for Juventus and Napoli target Pablo Armero. “He is the only player on the market.”
Juventus are reportedly ready to offer £20m to Arsenal for Robin Van Persie, plus a contract worth £190,000 per week.
Modibo Diakite’s agent denies reports of Juventus making a bid for the Lazio defender. “It could be true, seeing as his contract expires in 2013.”
There are two options for Michele Arcari this summer – to stay at Brescia or move to Italian champions Juventus.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will reportedly accept a three-month ban rather than try to prove his innocence as part of the match-fixing probe.
Rubin Kazan stopper Salvatore Bocchetti has admitted that he’s interested in a summer move to Juventus.
The agent of Pablo Armero has confirmed that Juventus are trying to do a deal with Udinese for his client.
Hertha Berlin are reportedly upset with Juventus for not playing a number of their star players in this weekend’s pre-season friendly.
Brescia have criticised Juventus for scuppering their attempts to sell Omar El Kaddouri to Parma.
Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio has admitted that he would have preferred to fight for the Super Cup on Italian soil.
Udinese have distanced themselves from reports that they could make a new bid for Juventus’ Michele Pazienza.
Napoli have officially confirmed the Italian Super Cup against Juventus will be held in Beijing on August 11.
Robert Lewandowski has been repeatedly linked with Juventus, but his agent insists “we never even spoke to them.”
Juventus could close the deal for Atalanta and Italy Under-21 international Manolo Gabbiadini on Monday, though he will then go to Bologna.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte insists he is “not worried” after being charged in the betting scandal. “When I get the chance, I too will speak out.”
It’s claimed that the Lega have told Napoli they cannot pull out of the Italian Super Cup or change the Beijing venue.
Alessandro Matri and outcast Milos Krasic were on target as Juventus confidently emerged 2-0 winners away to Hertha Berlin.