JUVENTUS NEWS

Milan want Rosario talent Giovani Lo Celso, though PSG have already started talks, with Juventus and Manchester United interested.
Inter have long been linked with Manchester City star Yaya Toure, but now Juventus are showing interest too.
Juventus are intensifying their interest in Leicester City midfielder N’Golo Kanté, also a target for Chelsea.
Sassuolo boss Eusebio Di Francesco defines his ideal Number 9 and explains why Mario Balotelli couldn’t play in his Milan.
Roma and Juventus face competition from Atletico Madrid as they track Liverpool forward Christian Benteke.
Alvaro Morata’s future increasingly seems to be away from Juventus, as Borussia Dortmund are the latest club linked.
Juventus target Edinson Cavani commented on reports he’ll leave PSG. “Things change very quickly in football.”
Medhi Benatia will reportedly leave Bayern Munich in the summer, with Juventus ready to move for him.
Juventus announce Paulo Dybala’s injury is not as bad as first feared, and he could be fit to face Empoli.
Marek Hamsik says Napoli are “waiting for our chance” to overhaul Juventus in the Scudetto race.
Hernanes hails Juventus' “good period” but “we still have to push harder”.
Mauricio Isla will return to Juventus this summer, as his agent reveals Marseille can’t afford his buyout clause.
Simone Zaza’s agent has “nothing to declare” regarding Chelsea, but doesn’t rule out a Juventus exit.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata admits “the possibility that I return to Real Madrid is real”.
Paolo Cannavaro believes Sassuolo are Serie A’s equivalent of Leicester City.
Sassuolo sporting director Giovanni Carnevali insists Juventus “haven’t asked” for Domenico Berardi.
Napoli striker Jose Maria Callejon says 'it's a dream' to challenge Juventus, whilst discussing Gonzalo Higuain.
Juventus may appeal the two-match ban to have Sami Khedira back against Milan.
Juventus will pursue Roma's Radja Nainggolan only if they end up selling Paul Pogba, say reports.
There is uncertainty over the future of Coaches in Serie A as many changes hinge on Milan and Italy's strategy.