JUVENTUS NEWS

Fabio Cannavaro predicts a draw between Italy and England, but the Azzurri “have to focus on winning the World Cup.”
Turkish media report Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba has agreed a two-year contract with Juventus.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal “would give my life on the field for Chile” and can’t wait to take on Spain.
Gigi Buffon and Salvatore Sirigu are carrying injuries, so Mattia Perin could potentially earn his first cap against England.
Southampton striker Daniel Pablo Osvaldo could head back to Serie A for Inter with a buy-out clause worth €11m.
It’s reported Milan are offering €25m for Verona starlet Juan Iturbe, but face competition from Roma, Juventus and more.
Gigi Buffon suffered a “slight ankle sprain and is undergoing treatment” ahead of tonight’s World Cup opener against England.
Juventus have made a second offer for Alexis Sanchez, and are pushing Arturo Vidal to persuade his national teammate to sign for the Bianconeri.
Giorgio Chiellini has conceded that Italy need to take ‘good care’ of Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Pirlo.
Martin Caceres has spoken of his initial difficulty at settling in Turin, but has thanked several former Juventus players.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent has claimed that there has been no contact from Inter for his client.
Reports in the Chilean Press have claimed that the national team have received a complaint from Juventus regarding Arturo Vidal’s recovery.
Sampdoria and Juventus officials are expected to meet shortly to discuss the future of forward Manolo Gabbiadini.
Daniel Osvaldo said he’s “happy not to be involved in this farce” after Brazil’s controversial win over Croatia.
There are fears Mattia De Sciglio suffered a calf strain, so Giorgio Chiellini could play left-back against England.
UEFA President Michel Platini has confirmed he will not back FIFA counterpart Sepp Blatter’s campaign to remain in office.
Diego Maradona has once more backed Carlos Tevez over his omission from the Argentina national team.
Carlos Tevez says it ‘pains him’ not to be at the World Cup, as he reflects on his dream to end his career at Boca Juniors.
Andrea Pirlo admits he could reconsider his Italy retirement. “I intend to quit after this World Cup, but if I am needed...”
Andrea Pirlo spoke of his joy at renewing the contract with Juventus for two years and meeting Juninho Pernambucano.