JUVENTUS NEWS

Arjen Robben assured Bayern Munich are prepared for the “very well-defined Juventus tactics.”
Giorgio Chiellini and Alex Sandro will not recover in time for Bayern Munich, as they did not train with Juventus today.
Pep Guardiola admits Bayern Munich have injury problems, but “we’ll try to play our usual game” against “quality” Juventus.
Philipp Lahm believes Bayern Munich are facing “one of the best teams in Europe” in Juventus.
Paul Pogba says Juventus “are not favourites” against Bayern Munich, but “that can be an advantage”.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer acknowledges Juventus’ Gigi Buffon as “a role model”.
Cesare Prandelli backs Luciano Spalletti in the Francesco Totti row, but feels Roma showed “incredible inaction”.
Arturo Vidal admits Bayern Munich “have to be perfect” against Juventus tomorrow night.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi predicts a “very difficult match” at Napoli and hopes Mario Balotelli “can finally be decisive”.
Marco Tardelli believes ‘Juve can get through’ against Bayern and reveals he didn’t sleep before the 1982 World Cup final.
Gianluca Vialli is ‘very touched and proud’ to be inducted into Italy’s Hall of Fame today and says ‘the door is always open to returning to football.’
Roberto Donadoni says he’s ‘building a great team at Bologna’ and praises their performance against Juventus.
Milan defender Mattia De Sciglio ‘was very close to Juventus in January’, says his agent.
Bayern Munich director Karl Heinz Rummenigge says ‘a score draw would be a good result’ against Juventus.
Ronaldo is ‘supporting Napoli’ for the Scudetto and says ‘it’s easier to predict Champions League qualification’ for Inter.
Juventus need ‘intelligence, personality and respect’ to defeat Bayern Munich, says Patrice Evra.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli says they are ‘ready for battle’ against Bayern Munich on Tuesday.
Luciano Spalletti asked Roma captain Francesco Totti “do you want to be a Ryan Giggs, a Pavel Nedved or a player?”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta explains how they dealt with Alessandro Del Piero differently to Roma with Francesco Totti.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri thinks he “has a lot in common” with Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola.