JUVENTUS NEWS

Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has conceded that the Serie A title this year will go to Juventus.
Antonio Conte’s defence of Sebastian Giovinco after he was jeered by some Juventus fans has pleased the player.
Paul Pogba has revealed that the atmosphere at the Juventus Stadium urges him to shoot from distance.
Gianluigi Buffon has insisted that Juventus will face Napoli in Serie A on Friday with their usual game plan.
Giorgio Chiellini should be available for the Napoli tie after the Juventus defender picked up an ankle injury on his return to action.
Antonio Conte was not happy with the jeering Juventus fans, while Beppe Iachini thought Siena deserved more.
Antonio Conte criticised the Juventus Stadium fans for jeering Sebastian Giovinco. “At times they really irritate me.”
Juventus swept Siena aside 3-0, Paul Pogba completing the rout, but the Tuscans did hit the woodwork twice.
Juventus look to Mirko Vucinic and Sebastian Giovinco as they hope to avoid becoming the latest big victims of Siena and Innocent Emeghara.
Beppe Iachini is thoroughly impressed with Juventus, but insists giant-killers Siena “will be attacking and certainly won’t go looking for a 0-0.”
Giorgio Chiellini is back in the Juventus squad to take on Siena, along with Claudio Marchisio and Federico Peluso.
Barcelona have reportedly set an €18m price-tag on Alexis Sanchez, as Juventus prepare a summer swoop.
Antonio Conte welcomes back Giorgio Chiellini, warns Juventus-Siena is “the first of 13 World Cup Finals” and berates the fans for treating football “like theatre.”
Napoli centre-back Alessandro Gamberini is likely to miss the Partenopei's clash with Juventus next week after picking up an ankle injury.
Juventus duo Arturo Vidal and Martin Caceres could be a doubt for the match against Siena this weekend with injury.
Parma chief Tommaso Ghirardi has discussed the futures of boss Roberto Donadoni and young striker Ishak Belfodil.
Milan or Juventus will reach the Champions League Final this season if a curious statistical trend isn’t broken.
Diego Armando Maradona continues his battle with the Italian tax office, but reveals he could be in the Stadio San Paolo stands for Napoli-Juventus on March 1.
Siena goalkeeper Gianluca Pegolo has admitted that his team face a 'very difficult challenge' when they play Juventus this weekend.
Retaining the Scudetto and reaching the Champions League Final at Wembley are the objectives for Juventus this season, says Claudio Marchisio.