JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus and Milan have taken the first steps towards renewed peace, while Philippe Mexes has also said sorry.
Juventus captain Alessandro Del Piero believes the month of March could make or break their season.
Sebastien Frey has defended under-fire Juventus ‘keeper Gianluigi Buffon, but the Genoa man has asked for the introduction of goal-line technology.
The legendary Roberto Baggio would be a success if he was to take charge of Inter, says a respected Italian agent.
Mino Raiola says that Mario Balotelli is staying at Manchester City, while United’s Paul Pogba would only move to Italy for first team football.
Italian Under-21 international Luca Marrone has returned to full training with Juventus following injury.
Torino midfielder Stefano Guberti feels his side are encountering the same issues which are affecting city rivals Juventus in Serie A.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici was present at last night’s international friendly between Brazil and Bosnia.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic saw the Sulley Muntari phantom goal in Milan-Juventus as “a tragedy for football,” as the controversy rages on.
Paul Pogba won’t consider reported offers from Juventus and Milan until he’s held further talks with Manchester United.
Galatasaray midfielder Felipe Melo won’t be returning to parent club Juventus in the summer. “It’s over.”
Michel Platini has offered his two cents on the ongoing controversy surrounding Gianluigi Buffon’s post-Milan-Juventus comments.
Marco Cassetti and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo have both been handed two-game suspensions for red cards picked up at the weekend.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes has received a three-match ban after video evidence found him guilty of punching Juventus’ Marco Borriello at the weekend.
The second leg of the Italian Cup semi-final between Juventus and Milan will take place on Tuesday 20 March.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli says under-fire Gigi Buffon will remain as captain, while he’s defended the exclusions of Mario Balotelli and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
Parma have insisted that clubs will have to dig deep into their pockets if they want to sign Sebastian Giovinco next summer.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has stood by his controversial post-match comments over the Milan goal that never was.
The Milan-Juventus tie is set to be played out again on Monday as the sporting judge will rule on a number of controversial incidents.
Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi blasted Juventus and the officials. “Our mission is to be stronger than envy, misfortune and injustice.”