JUVENTUS NEWS

Italy team manager Lele Oriali compared Coach Antonio Conte to Jose Mourinho, but “the doors are not closed” for Mario Balotelli.
Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni said “to make football credible we need to use technology.”
Adem Ljajic believes Roma “play the best football in Italy and are the best team” despite falling behind Juventus.
CONI President Giovanni Malagò warned Serie A clubs “knew” Carlo Tavecchio was heading for a ban over racist comments.
Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon made a pointed reference to Roma. “Winners find a way, losers find an excuse.”
Alvaro Morata explains again his motivations for joining Juventus, as he reflects once more on the weekend controversy with Roma.
Juventus reportedly no longer consider Arturo Vidal ‘unsellable’, but they are still only prepared to negotiate his sale on their terms.
Rudi Garcia’s post-Juventus team-talk to his Roma players reportedly had him confidently tell them: “I know we will win the Scudetto.”
Andrea Pirlo could start Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Azerbaijan on Friday with Simone Zaza and Ciro Immobile.
Juventus have lost Uruguay international Martin Caceres for a month due to a thigh injury.
Italy team manager Lele Oriali warns players are now banned from discussing club affairs on social media.
Leonardo Bonucci is glad his Juventus teammate Andrea Pirlo postponed international retirement and hailed Empoli’s Daniele Rugani.
Leonardo Bonucci has apologised after a telling-off from the Italy staff, insisting he “did not want to offend Roma.”
Roma President James Pallotta released a statement urging everyone to “calm down” after the Juventus defeat.
Referee Gianluca Rocchi reportedly said his “conscience is clear” over the controversial Juventus-Roma decisions.
Alvaro Morata said playing for Juventus is “like being at Real Madrid, but I have a more relaxed life in Turin.”
Juventus-Roma drags on with Leonardo Bonucci’s Twitter row, Giallorossi insulted in the airport and calls for referee Gianluca Rocchi’s arrest.
Leonardo Bonucci’s personal motivator says he gave the player garlic sweets and told him to ‘breathe in the face of Gervinho and Francesco Totti’.
Juventus’ fine handed out to Arturo Vidal for reporting in for training late on Friday was reportedly €100,000, with their ‘patience at its limit’.
Pavel Nedved has waded into the Juventus-Roma debate with sharp criticism for Giallorosso captain Francesco Totti.