JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus named their Champions League squad for the knockout stages of the competition.
Genoa called up new buys Tim Matavz and Gabriel Silva for tomorrow night’s Serie A meeting with Juventus.
Juventus named their squad to face Genoa tomorrow night, but Sami Khedira is out for two to three weeks.
Diego Armando Maradona believes “this can be the year” for Napoli to win the Scudetto, “but if Juventus keep winning…”
As it’s reported next season video evidence will be used to penalise discriminatory insults, Maurizio Sarri apologises for his Roberto Mancini row.
Juventus’ backup goalkeeper Neto insists he has a “good relationship” with Gianluigi Buffon.
Stefano Sturaro says Juventus have “no limits” and want to do even better than last season.
Elseid Hysaj says Napoli aren’t thinking about Juventus on February 13 - “we can’t lose sight of Lazio and Carpi”.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri warns that ‘the season is still long’ and insists they are thinking ‘one match at a time’.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says his side must face Napoli ‘a maximum of two points behind them’.
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne says Maurizio Sarri ‘gets the best from us’ but that ‘Juventus are always Scudetto favourites.’
Juventus are reportedly already lining up summer deals, with Borussia Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan and PSG’s Edinson Cavani the top targets.
There are reports that Napoli fans will be banned from attending the Scudetto clash with Juventus on February 13.
With Napoli and Juventus both winning at the weekend, the pair continue to extend the gap between themselves and third-place. Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 22
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini has been given a one-match ban following last night’s Derby della Madonnina.
Pescara's President Daniele Sebastiani rules out Gianluca Lapadula joining Juventus or Napoli.
Juventus have opened talks for Gianluca Lapadula of Pescara, according to reports.
Follow all the latest news on transfer deadline day in what’s sure to be a chaotic rush to the finish line in Serie A.
Marco Giampaolo was certainly impressed by Napoli, but felt a 5-1 defeat “was harsh.”
Maurizio Sarri played down Napoli’s sixth consecutive Serie A victory. “We didn’t feel pressure from Juventus.”