JUVENTUS NEWS

Inter’s Eder ‘preferred Serie A’ says Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri, who believes there’s ‘no favourite’ between Juventus and Napoli on Saturday.
Giorgio Chiellini’s injury could reportedly see him miss crucial Juventus fixtures against Napoli and Bayern Munich.
Roberto Stellone felt Frosinone did all they could in the 2-0 home defeat to Juventus. “We could’ve gone in front.”
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is angry that reporters prioritise Napoli's Maurizio Sarri: 'You're disrespecting me!'
Coach Maurizio Sarri is happy with Napoli's 1-0 win against Carpi and looks forward to Juventus: 'We'll show them pride'.
Marek Hamsik admits Napoli 'made too many mistakes' against Carpi but warns Juventus: 'We're coming for a win!'
Juventus Coach Max Allegri warns the clash with Napoli “certainly won’t decide the Scudetto, but we’ll be ready for it.”
Gonzalo Higuain insists next week’s showdown with Juventus “is not the most important game of the year” for Napoli.
Napoli and Juventus made hard work of beating minnows Carpi and Frosinone, while Milan were pegged back by Udinese, Palermo stalled Sassuolo and Chievo shocked Torino.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta shrugged off Chelsea interest. “The conditions are there to continue with Max Allegri.”
Juventus aim for a 14th consecutive Serie A victory, but have injury problems as they visit a Frosinone side back in business.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti countered Roberto Mancini’s claims. “Napoli, Empoli and Fiorentina play great football.”
Join us for the action from all EIGHT Serie A games today, including Verona-Inter, Napoli-Carpi, Frosinone-Juventus and Sampdoria-Roma.
Chelsea continue to be linked to Max Allegri, so Juventus alternatives include Paulo Sousa, Eusebio Di Francesco and Jurgen Klopp.
Frosinone host Juventus today and Coach Roberto Stellone feels they are “superior” to current Serie A leaders Napoli.
Maurizio Sarri compared Marek Hamsik to Steven Gerrard and warned Napoli risk “serious trouble” with Carpi.
Max Allegri warned Juventus to focus on Frosinone and not get distracted by the Scudetto showdown with Napoli.
Juventus named their squad to face Frosinone on Sunday afternoon, missing several players.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini hit back at criticism by claiming Napoli and Juventus don’t play “really good football” either.
Juventus have had more injuries than any other club this season, but Napoli had the least with only four, calculated La Gazzetta dello Sport.