JUVENTUS NEWS

Marcelo Salas will be supporting Lazio against Juventus when his two former clubs meet this weekend.
Juventus officials were at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday to watch Borussia Dortmund stopper Mats Hummels.
The President of Swiss side Sion has confirmed he “will call Alessandro Del Piero in a couple of weeks.”
Former Juventus director general Luciano Moggi has blasted the ability of Milos Krasic. “He’s only got Pavel Nedved’s hair.”
The agent of Angelo Ogbonna has denied reports suggesting that the Torino stopper said he would never join city rivals Juventus.
Juventus have cooled speculation that Milos Krasic will be leaving the Old Lady during the January transfer market.
Ahead of Lazio’s clash with Juventus, Edy Reja admits he “laughed” at the idea of Antonio Conte’s 4-2-4 system.
Forgotten Juventus defender Marco Motta is attracting the interest of foreign clubs, his agent has suggested.
Speaking at a poker event, Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon says he’d bet on Milan winning Serie A this season.
The likes of Milan and Genoa have been told to forget about signing Fabio Quagliarella in January. “He’s staying at Juventus.”
Juventus are hoping to hijack Milan’s move for Fiorentina playmaker Riccardo Montolivo, according to reports.
There is a “70 per cent chance” that Amauri will leave Juventus for Tottenham during the January transfer window.
Milos Krasic’s future at Juventus is in real doubt. “Coach Antonio Conte doesn’t want him anymore,” said his representative.
Alessandro Del Piero is delighted with Juventus’ revival – but concedes he is finding life tough on the bench.
Juventus ace Alessandro Matri has already archived Sunday’s 3-0 win over Palermo. “Now let’s focus on the Lazio game.”
Simone Pepe of Juventus has no doubts as to who is responsible for his impressive 2011-12 campaign. “Antonio Conte trusts me.”
Claudio Marchisio is the top scorer at Juventus and reveals “Alessandro Matri tells me to stop!”
Devis Mangia feels Palermo “ought to go into psychoanalysis” to resolve their travel sickness.
Antonio Conte hailed Juventus for piling forward after a long break to beat Palermo. “This was a dangerous match.”
Juventus have Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic leading the way against Fabrizio Miccoli’s reshuffled Palermo.