JUVENTUS NEWS

Paul Pogba has given his first interview as a Juventus player, noting he wants to “make history and maybe become stronger than Patrick Vieira.”
As Leonardo Bonucci faces a potential three years and six months on the sidelines in the betting trial, Juventus step up their bid to sign Salvatore Bocchetti.
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has spoken ahead of the Italian Super Cup clash against Juventus, claiming that his side are more motivated for the trophy.
Juventus have officially sold Milos Krasic to Fenerbahce for €7m and signed Paul Pogba on a free transfer from Manchester United.
FIGC prosecutor Stefano Palazzi outlined his case in the betting trial against Leonardo Bonucci, Simone Pepe and others over Udinese-Bari, Bologna-Bari, Bari-Lecce and Bari-Sampdoria.
Felipe Melo has announced that he is returning to Galatasaray this summer, claiming that the club have reached an agreement with Juventus for his transfer.
Leonardo Bonucci could face a ban of three years and six months, Simone Pepe a year, Bologna -2 points and Lecce demoted to Lega Pro as the betting trial continues.
Fabio Cannavaro, Marco Materazzi and Filippo Inzaghi all moved one step closer to becoming UEFA Pro Licence-qualified Coaches this week.
Comments emanating from Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko that he is unhappy in England have put Milan and Juventus on alert.
Filippo Carobbio’s lawyers have hit back at Antonio Conte’s for their attack on the footballer for his role in Conte’s current situation.
Salvatore Bocchetti is interested by Juventus’ tentative negotiations to bring him back to Italy, according to reports.
Milos Krasic’s Juventus career is at an end, with Fenerbahce claiming that he has agreed a four-year deal to join them.
Edinson Cavani’s Olympic adventure is already over, so Napoli will take him to Beijing for the Italian Super Cup against Juventus.
Fenerbahce have announced they are in negotiations with Juventus to sign Milos Krasic.
The FIGC has reacted angrily to Juventus President Andrea Agnelli’s “unacceptable” attack on their sporting justice system.
Antonio Conte’s lawyers have begun their defence as the Juventus Coach goes to a full trial, risking a 15-month ban, in the betting scandal due to his time at Siena.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has launched a scathing attack on the sporting justice system, as Antonio Conte refuses a plea bargain and will try to plead his innocence.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte has refused to negotiate another plea bargain, so goes to a full betting trial and faces a potential 15-month ban.
Juventus were held to a 1-1 friendly draw by Benfica last night, but used the opportunity to begin talks for striker Oscar Cardozo.
Udinese’s search for a replacement for Samir Handanovic could end with Juventus’ reserve shot-stopper Marco Storari.