JUVENTUS NEWS

Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s Serie A games, as Napoli need a victory at Torino to stay second and Luca Toni waves goodbye in Verona-Juventus.
The final round of the Serie A season will see four games on Saturday and the rest on Sunday.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Mario Mandzukic hailed Juventus teammate Paul Pogba. “He’ll become one of the best if not the best, but he has to stay in Turin.”
Mario Mandzukic assured he is “100 per cent staying at Juventus, as I’m really impressed how well the club is organised.”
Gigi Del Neri denies he had “a tense rapport” with Luca Toni as the Verona veteran calls it quits against Juventus.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confessed a Zlatan Ibrahimovic offer will depend on Europa League qualification.
Juventus and Verona named their squads for tomorrow evening’s game at the Bentegodi.
Maurizio Sarri said Napoli “have been good, but we want to be extraordinary” by beating Torino to secure second place.
Max Allegri would “like to stay at Juventus for another 10 years” and shares his success with the club and Antonio Conte.
Max Allegri outlines his Juventus plans against Verona and assures “we’re on the same level as Barcelona, so why would players want to leave?”
Andrea Belotti keeps his Euro 2016 hopes alive and is very glad he chose Torino. “Simone Zaza and Manolo Gabbiadini sit on the bench.”
Alexis Sanchez is considering his Arsenal future, so Juventus could attempt a third swoop for the ex-Udinese man.
Inter, Bayer Leverkusen, Porto, Benfica and two Italian clubs have approached Atletico Nacional de Medellin striker Marlos Moreno, confirmed his agent.
Milan will try to poach Sampdoria boss Vincenzo Montella this summer, but Cristian Brocchi will stay if he wins the Coppa Italia.
Kwadwo Asamoah is “convinced Juventus can go a long way still” under Max Allegri, starting with the Coppa Italia.
Roma’s Miralem Pjanic is the player Max Allegri requested to reinforce Juventus this summer, claims La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta praised Max Allegri for his abilities as a “psychologist” and confirmed they want the Champions League.
Max Allegri outlined his ambitions for Juventus after signing a new contract, above all the Champions League and “self-belief.”
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi backed Cristian Brocchi and said he’d “preferably” sell the club to Italian investors.