JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have reportedly bid €16m for Fernando Llorente, but face competition from Barcelona, Tottenham and Manchester City.
Napoli could decide to target Juventus’ Reto Ziegler after they missed out on signing Federico Balzaretti.
German club Hamburg could be Vincenzo Iaquinta’s next destination given that he has no future at Juventus.
Milan are still deciding whether to make a bid for Juventus’ Alessandro Matri or Marco Borriello of Roma.
Matteo Brighi says he has nothing to prove to former club Juventus after joining city rivals Torino.
Marcello Lippi believes that Juventus will still be a force in 2012-13 – even if boss Antonio Conte won’t be on the touchline.
Juventus are heading the chase for Atalanta left-back Federico Peluso, the Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting.
With the new season approaching Mario Yepes is under no illusions as to the task ahead for 2011 champions Milan.
Juventus have finally made Felipe Melo’s move to Galatasaray official with a buy-out clause worth €6.5m.
Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are shortlisted for the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award, followed by Andrea Pirlo in fourth place.
FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti believes Milan’s chances of signing Kaka are “0.001%” and warns Juventus against buying Fernando Llorente.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal is not going to be risked in Chile’s friendly in midweek against Ecuador, due to a slight groin injury.
Juventus intend to negotiate a new deal with Gianluigi Buffon this summer, but it is likely to involve a pay-cut.
There are reports that Juventus are already preparing to make their first official bid for Athletic Bilbao’s wantaway striker Fernando Llorente.
A long saga seems to be coming to an end with Atalanta striker Manolo Gabbiadini ready to complete his long awaited move to Juventus.
The betting trials have taken a new twist overnight with the news that Federal Prosecutor Stefano Palazzi is appealing last week’s rulings.
The President of the Coaches’ Association in Italy has advised Zdenek Zeman and Juventus to both try and avoid controversy.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has given an update on Juventus’ search for a striker, admitting Fernando Llorente’s situation is being monitored.
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent believes the striker would welcome a move to Milan, but also says that any number of clubs will be moving for him.
Athletic Bilbao have confirmed that striker Fernando Llorente won’t be renewing his contract with the club, paving the way for a move to Juventus.