JUVENTUS NEWS

Giorgio Chiellini joked he’s “losing hair and pace, but gaining in other areas” after a fourth consecutive Juventus title.
Beppe Marotta hailed Max Allegri for the Scudetto, remembering “we were greeted by spitting, eggs and kicks.”
Gigi Buffon reveals the most important Juventus Scudetto tactic was “to beat potential apathy or complacency.”
Max Allegri joked about his introduction to Juventus, tactical changes and Real Madrid after their Scudetto triumph.
Leonardo Bonucci admits “this Scudetto feels different, as we started amid chaos” with Max Allegri.
Juventus have won their fourth consecutive Scudetto after a 1-0 win away to Sampdoria.
Beppe Marotta said there “will be no celebrations” if Juventus win the Scudetto today and laughed off Paul Pogba rumours.
Juventus can win the Scudetto today, but visit a Sampdoria side that is unbeaten at home and are distracted by Real Madrid.
This could be the Scudetto Day, as Juventus need only a point for the title, but Sampdoria are unbeaten at home.
Juventus have again been linked with Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong, who will be a free agent in July.
Juventus are considering a swoop for either Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini or Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel.
Javier Hernandez reveals a hidden “passion for Juventus,” but is not open to transfer suggestions yet.
Spanish papers claim Barcelona met with Paul Pogba’s agent to discuss a bid for the Juventus midfielder.
Gareth Bale is likely to miss the first leg of the Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Juventus.
Sampdoria captain Angelo Palombo assures it will be “a real battle” for Juventus to get their Scudetto point today.
Romulo could make his first Juventus appearance since November, as he’s named in the squad to face Sampdoria.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Miahjlovic says Juventus ‘deserve the Scudetto’, but wants to make them wait to celebrate it.
Fernando Llorente believes Juventus’ Champions League semi-final with Real Madrid represents a ‘unique opportunity’.
The AIC has announced the referees for Week 34 of Serie A, with Paolo Valeri taking charge of a potential Scudetto decider.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says ‘tough decisions’ must be taken to curb violence in Italian stadiums.