JUVENTUS NEWS

Parma have confirmed that Inter are interested in Italian international forward Sebastian Giovinco.
Inter “made enquiries after Sebastian Giovinco and will see what happens over the next few days,” confirmed director of sport Piero Ausilio.
As reports continue that Robin van Persie has given the all-clear to Juventus, Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood admits the Dutchman could leave.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani explained why he appointed Coach Giovanni Stroppa and that Marco Verratti will only go to Juventus “on our terms.”
As Juventus are hesitating for Sebastian Giovinco, it’s reported Inter could dive in with cash plus Marco Davide Faraoni and Juan Jesus.
Juventus are thought to be keeping a close eye on Portuguese defender Rolando at Euro 2012. “They’ve been following him for over a year.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has again warned the Italian Super Cup could be scrapped if they can’t agree on venue and date with Juventus.
Antonio Conte is in Poland to view Robert Lewandowski and Robin van Persie, but Juventus are also bidding €40m plus Alessandro Matri for Edinson Cavani.
CONI President Gianni Petrucci is “confident Juventus will respect the rules” by placing a new Calciopoli-baiting motto on their shirts.
There are strong reports Juventus Coach Antonio Conte was in Poland today to watch Robert Lewandowski.
Alessandro Del Piero was linked with River Plate, but it’s now reported he has an offer from Brazilian club Flamengo.
Robin van Persie’s father dropped a hint the Arsenal hero could join Juventus by ruling out Manchester City, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Juventus have confirmed that they will not add a controversial third star to their shirts for next season – but a new motto will be present.
Chilean midfielder Mauricio Isla has denied that Udinese are on the verge of selling him to Juventus.
The uncapped Emanuele Giaccherini says he’s ready to start against Spain should boss Cesare Prandelli opt for him in a 3-5-2 system.
David Trezeguet is sceptical that former Juventus teammate Alessandro Del Piero will join him at River Plate.
Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo was back in training on Thursday after he was rested as a precautionary measure yesterday.
Diego Fabbrini admits that Udinese will be losing some quality players if Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla join Juventus.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono is not surprised by speculation that Juventus are interested in Federico Peluso.
Genoa have confirmed that both Italian giants Inter and Juventus are interested in signing Mattia Destro.