JUVENTUS NEWS

Luciano Spalletti calls Carpi’s Fabrizio Castori “a great Coach” whose side can cause problems for his Roma.
Former director Marco Fassone reveals that 'Inter tried to sign Paulo Dybala last summer ‘and expects 'a Juve-Napoli exhibition’.
Daniele Orsato has officially been named as the referee for Juventus-Napoli after Nicola Rizzoli was injured.
Reports say referee Nicola Rizzoli has been injured and Daniele Orsato is in pole to replace him for Juventus-Napoli.
European competitions could decide the Scudetto as ‘they demand lots of physical and mental energy,’ says Fabio Cannavaro.
Fabio Cannavaro thinks Juve-Napoli will ‘end as a draw’ but warns Napoli that ‘to win the Scudetto you need a result in Turin.’
Italy are ‘an unknown’ at Euro 2016 as they ‘lack talent and have few champions’, according to Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio.
Claudio Marchisio says Juventus captain Gigi Buffon ‘deserved to be on Ballon D’Or podium’ and praises Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala.
Juventus and Napoli are reportedly set for a summer battle over Ajax’s Davy Klaassen.
Gonzalo Higuain says the clash with Juventus will be “like a derby”, but Napoli “must keep our feet on the ground”.
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent says there’s no rush for a new contract but “often speaks” to Napoli.
Roberto Pereyra says Juventus are “more aggressive” than at the start of the season, and expects a “great spectacle” against Napoli.
Dino Zoff describes Juventus-Napoli as “a Scudetto match”, but isn’t sure it’ll be decisive.
Antonio Conte says his Italy will be “dangerous outsiders” at Euro 2016 this summer.
Italy CT Antonio Conte believes “Serie A is only in fourth place” in terms of the best Leagues in the world.
Marcello Lippi says he knew “Juventus were not a goner” and praises Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri.
Fabio Cannavaro thinks Napoli and Juventus 'will slow down’ and admits ‘my heart is divided’ about who to support.
Claudio Ranieri would ‘rather watch Leicester than Juve-Napoli’, but doesn’t believe the Turin clash will be decisive.
Juventus boss Max Allegri assured “there is absolutely no truth” in reports he will take over at Chelsea next season.
Napoli will meet Maurizio Sarri to discuss extending his contract after Saturday’s Scudetto showdown with Juventus.