JUVENTUS NEWS

Super agent Mino Raiola could play a pivotal role in Juventus’ summer transfer operations, report Tuttosport.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today speculating that Juventus may show an interest in Clarence Seedorf should he leave Milan.
Fabio Quagliarella has admitted that Juventus boss Antonio Conte was right to use him so cautiously this season.
Amauri has reflected on scoring his first goal for Fiorentina, breaking a lengthy drought in front of goal and helping Juventus along the way.
Giuseppe Rossi has reportedly suggested that his stay with La Liga side Villarreal could be coming to an end this summer.
Has the Italian League increased its otherwise perceived lack of faith in younger players? One report in Italy argues not quite.
Edy Reja is keen for his Lazio players to use the positive momentum sustained from beating Napoli at the weekend towards Wednesday’s test at Juventus.
Defeats to Juventus and Lazio have left Napoli not only six points adrift of third place, but also in a situation comparatively a lot worse than last season.
Sebastian Giovinco has the technical ability to become an important player for a top club, says the man who saw him grow at Juventus.
League leaders Juventus have yet to open contract talks with Italian international goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
Andrea Pirlo has admitted that he has spoken to Milan’s Alessandro Nesta about joining him at Juventus next season.
There is no chance of a tactical reconciliation between Juventus and the dropped Milos Krasic, his agent has underlined.
Chief of the Italy national team’s medical staff Enrico Castellacci has cast his eye over Juventus’ secrets to avoiding injuries this season.
Parma have cast some doubt over the future of Sebastian Giovinco – by admitting he could stay at the club!
Juventus will reportedly have upwards of €80m to spend in the summer transfer market, according to a report in Italy.
Should he leave Inter this summer, Andrea Ranocchia is reportedly interested in a link-up with one of three former Coaches.
Bortolo Mutti applauds a decimated Palermo’s efforts against Juventus, especially Milan Milanovic, who played on with a fractured nose.
Antonio Conte prefers “to lead because that way you depend on nobody except yourself,” and told Juventus they must work hard to stay top of Serie A.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus are top of the table now and “we want to hold on tight. It’s a dream and we live it with the dagger between our teeth.”
Juventus dominated against a decimated Palermo and the 2-0 victory puts them top of the Serie A table on Easter weekend!