JUVENTUS NEWS

Lazio have reportedly told Juventus they have to shell out €35m for Antonio Candreva.
Juventus have signed defender Carlos Blanco Moreno, who was out of contract with Barcelona.
With Alvaro Morata expected tonight, it’s reported Juventus have agreed terms with Udinese for Roberto Pereyra too.
The hot favourite to be next FIGC President, Carlo Tavecchio, said Antonio Conte “has the right profile” to be Italy Coach.
“I don’t know if my era at Juventus is finished,” said Arturo Vidal. “I heard interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United.”
Juan Manuel Iturbe has insisted that he was only aware of transfer interest three days ago and the only offer he considered was from Roma.
Rafa Benitez says Antonio Conte’s exit doesn’t change Juventus’ status as the strongest in Serie A, whilst he reflects on Napoli’s preparations.
Juventus have confirmed that they have sold Fabio Quagliarella to city rivals Torino for a fee of €3.5m payable over three years.
Max Allegri has apparently looked to reassure Patrice Evra over joining Juventus, and the club now await his final decision.
Juventus are expected to complete a deal to sign Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid for a fee of €18m within the next few days.
It is reported that Fabio Quagliarella has passed a medical at Torino ahead of his proposed move from local rivals Juventus.
Sky Sport report this evening that Alvaro Morata is moving ever closer to becoming a Juventus player.
It is reported that new Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal is prepared to allow Patrice Evra and Nani to leave the club.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has described Max Allegri as a lucky man after he was hired as Juventus Coach.
Juventus’ first training session with Massimiliano Allegri at the helm is set to begin, and the Coach has revealed he can’t wait to start.
Massimiliano Allegri may have begun his reign as Juventus boss, but the players still have their minds on Antonio Conte.
Tommaso Ghirardi hopes both Antonio Cassano and Gabriel Paletta stay put at Parma, whilst he pays tribute to Antonio Conte.
Reports in Italy today reiterate that Antonio Conte held ‘intensive talks’ with Milan in May and reached a deal in principle to be their next Coach.
One FIFA agent has backed Antonio Conte in his decision to not continue with Juventus, calling it a mark of his ‘professionalism’.
Training at Juventus at the start of new Coach Massimiliano Allegri’s era takes place for the first time today.