JUVENTUS NEWS

President Fabrizio Corsi says Empoli “will try” to stop Juventus but “they’re a war machine”.
Former Juventus striker Amauri admits “I’m cheering for Napoli” in the Scudetto race.
Juventus will reportedly announce Massimiliano Allegri’s contract extension until 2018 this week.
Juventus will offer PSG’s Edinson Cavani a contract similar to what Carlos Tevez earned, according to reports.
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne ‘brings quality in all attacking roles’ for Italy according to former CT Giovanni Trapattoni.
Reports say Milan’s M’Baye Niang is recovering well from injury and hopes to play in the Coppa Italia final against Juventus on 21 May.
Jeremy Menez assures “I feel good” at Milan, and aims to win the Coppa Italia.
Didier Deschamps defends Paul Pogba from criticism - “I don’t expect him to score two or three goals in every game”.
Leonardo Bonucci insists he won’t follow Antonio Conte to Chelsea - “I’m only thinking about Juventus”.
Juventus could reportedly pay €25m to sign Domenico Berardi from Sassuolo this summer.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira says “the Italian League is much better than it’s made out to be”.
Reports in France claim Juventus are open to selling Paul Pogba this summer, with Chelsea and Barcelona interested.
Roma winger Iago Falque admits “there is disappointment” after failing to mount a Scudetto challenge.
Juventus are planning to pay Real Madrid the surplus they'd make by an Alvaro Morata resale, thus keeping the striker.
Juventus are holding on to sign Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan in spite of Manchester City's competition.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba reportedly paid €10m to buy his image rights back and the case is affecting his performance.
Milan join Juventus, Roma and Inter in the race for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte is looking to bring Roma's Radja Nainggolan and Sampdoria's Andrea Ranocchia to Chelsea, say reports.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon discusses the end of his career and praises Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne: 'He can take the Azzurri to the next level.'
Juventus could be set to give Paulo Dybala a pay rise already to stop him being tempted by foreign clubs.