JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus will reportedly hold a summit with Valencia directors to discuss bids for Andre Gomes and Shkodran Mustafi.
A frustrated Simone Zaza reportedly has Premier League suitors, but Juventus won’t let him go for less than €25m.
Daniele Rugani reveals ‘Max Allegri told me to be more aggressive’ and targets ‘staying at Juventus for as long as possible.’
Congratulations are pouring in from Italy after Claudio Ranieri won the Premier League title with Leicester City.
Alvaro Morata is the latest Juventus player to suffer muscular problems, but should be fit for the Coppa Italia Final.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi insists Domenico Berardi will go to “whoever pays more,” as there is no Juventus deal.
Fabio Cannavaro advised Francesco Totti to be Roma President, and discussed Italian defending.
Liverpool now joins the fray as Juventus target Javier Pastore, from Paris Saint-Germain, is increasingly sought-after.
Fluminense defender Marlon's agents visited Europe, and are rumoured to have talked with Fiorentina, Juventus and Roma.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is touted to leave for Milan or Roma, but Euro 2016 may change everything.
Roma, Juventus and newcomers Inter are competing with other European clubs for Bayern Munich's Medhi Benatia.
In spite of the 2-0 defeat to Juventus, Coach Fabrizio Castori says his 'young Italian Carpi' deserves 'credit and praise'.
Massimiliano Allegri assured Juventus “will be competitive” in Serie A and the Champions League after a 2-0 win over Carpi.
Simone Zaza is “not satisfied, but I have no regrets” after scoring his fifth Juventus goal of the season.
There was no Scudetto hangover for Juventus, who swept Carpi aside 2-0 with Hernanes and Simone Zaza goals.
Beppe Marotta assures Alvaro Morata “wants to stay with Juventus, but his destiny depends also on Real Madrid.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Juventus-Carpi, Milan-Frosinone and Lazio-Inter.
Juventus have won the Scudetto, but want to continue shattering records and host a Carpi side desperate to avoid relegation.
Paulo Dybala admits he’d love to “become a monument at Juventus for 20 years” and win the Ballon d’Or, but leaves the 10 to Paul Pogba.
Paulo Dybala said his first glorious season at Juventus “was exactly what I expected. I always knew we’d win and this way was even more exciting.”