JUVENTUS NEWS

Inter President Erick Thohir has reportedly said the team will go 'in ritiro' if he doesn’t see a reaction against Juventus tomorrow.
Reports in Spain say that Juventus target Isco is on the market after failing to impress Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid.
Juventus starlet Moise Kean will reportedly sign a three-year deal with the club and reject interest from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool.
Juventus’ Giorgio Chellini is likely to miss the Champions League second leg against Bayern Munich with injury, say reports.
Maurizio Sarri praised “an advert for Italian football,” Fiorentina quality and Gonzalo Higuain’s goal statistics for Napoli.
Pepe Reina called the 1-1 draw away to Fiorentina “a point earned” for Napoli and they’ll “stay in the Scudetto race.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims Gianni Infantino “won the FIFA election because he bought more votes than the Sheikh.”
Alex Sandro says Juventus are “a great team” and must treat Bayern Munich “like a final”.
Giorgio Chiellini missed Juventus training today, and will undergo a scan tomorrow after aggravating an injury.
Goalkeeper Christian Abbiati warns Milan “will have to earn a spot in the final” of the Coppa Italia.
If Juventus sell Alvaro Morata before July 16, they will have to pay Real Madrid an €80m clause.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon sets a new personal record for clean sheets and aims for the all-timers.
Giorgio Chiellini is injured again and may have to skip Juventus' Champions League return leg against Bayern Munich.
Hernanes was “already running to celebrate” when Samir Handanovic fingertipped his shot on to the bar.
Piero Ausilio was “absolutely furious” with Inter players after defeat to Juventus. “The second half was inadmissible.”
Javier Zanetti said “the time has come for Inter to take responsibility and give something more” after defeat to Juventus.
Max Allegri thanked Juventus for an “admirable performance” to beat Inter 2-0 and tried to reassure the Nerazzurri.
Leonardo Bonucci describes his stunning volley against Inter and warned Juventus want to win again on Wednesday.
Juventus sent Inter spiralling with a 2-0 Derby d’Italia victory decided by Leonardo Bonucci and Alvaro Morata.
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta was “proud” to hear Pep Guardiola’s praise for Leonardo Bonucci and is ready for Inter.