JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro will be out for 30-45 days after injuring his knee in Italy-Germany.
Stefano Sturaro returned to Juventus in a poor condition, and new exams revealed a twisted knee.
Andrea Barzagli's agent says the player will 'finish his career at Juventus', and praises his Italy performances.
Juventus have officially sold Simone Padoin to Cagliari for an extremely low transfer fee.
Simone Zaza apologises profusely after missing the penalty in Italy-Germany: 'Unfortunately this is football'.
Emanuele Giaccherini bids farewell to Italy Coach and 'champion' Antonio Conte, but welcomes Giampero Ventura: 'They are perfectly linked.'
Barcelona and Juventus are moving for Mattia De Sciglio, but Milan are determined not to sell.
Paul Pogba feels sorry for his Juventus teammate Gigi Buffon after Italy were knocked out of Euro 2016 - “to see Gigi crying made me feel very bad”.
Juventus, Milan and Inter target Marko Pjaca is “happy with Dinamo” but “things change quickly in football”.
Sami Khedira’s continuing injury problems reportedly mean Juventus step up their interest in N’Golo Kanté.
Patrice Evra says Italy “didn’t deserve to go out” and thanks Juventus for “extending my career”.
Fiorentina have reportedly joined Lazio in the chase for Juventus’ Mauricio Isla.
Pablo Zabaleta is reportedly close to signing a three-year contract with Roma worth €2.5m per season.
Croatia international Marko Pjaca seems to be closer to Juventus than Milan, ignoring Inter, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.
Axel Witsel is expected to give his decision over the next 24 hours, whittling his options down to Napoli and Everton.
France end Iceland’s fairy-tale Euro 2016 with a 5-2 victory, including Olivier Giroud’s brace and Paul Pogba, setting up a semi-final with Germany.
Juventus are on high alert after reports Edinson Cavani turned down a contract renewal with Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus have received offers for Mario Lemina from Leicester City and RB Leipzig.
Watford and West Ham United face competition from Napoli for €18m-rated midfielder Roberto Pereyra.
Giorgio Chiellini notes Italy “were considered sacrificial lambs and were creating something magical, winning back respect and the love of a nation.”