JUVENTUS NEWS

Stefano Pioli concedes victory over Empoli is “fundamental” for Lazio and explains why Serie A is tougher than the Europa League.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini assures “sackings were always motivated” and he hopes to beat Juventus.
Max Allegri insists the 3-5-2 system is more of necessity than choice as Juventus visit Palermo. “I expect Paulo Dybala controversy."
There are reports Dino Zoff has been in hospital for three weeks due to a neurological condition.
Tuttosport claim Real Madrid will receive a transfer ban from FIFA, so Juventus can keep Alvaro Morata until at least 2017.
PSG star Ezequiel Lavezzi admits he wants a return to Serie A. “I miss the intensity of Italian football, it makes you feel alive.”
Shakhtar Donetsk's Alex Teixeira admits Juventus made an offer: 'But Chelsea is a dream.'
Genoa's Mattia Perin won a prize as second best goalkeeper, and claims: 'Being second after Gianluigi Buffon is like being first'.
Juventus weren't overly impressed by Jesus Navas during the game against Manchester City and would sooner sign Samir Nasri, say reports.
Arturo Vidal believes Bayern Munich are “much stronger” than Juventus, having moved in the summer.
Giovanni Trapattoni believes Juventus can still win the Scudetto this season - “the cat is not in the sack…”
Full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner declares Juventus “must believe in the Scudetto”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini insists “Juventus don’t scare me” and compares Paulo Dybala to Lionel Messi.
Paul Pogba’s agent “categorically” rules out a move away from Juventus in January, but is less sure about the summer.
Riccardo Montolivo insists Milan “have grown considerably compared to a few months ago”.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic insists his side aren’t lacking character - “in many games we’ve conceded and had a reaction”.
Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini believes Juventus “have everything to compete for the Scudetto and the Champions League”.
Adem Ljajic doesn’t want to tip Inter for the Scudetto too early - “I’ve been burned by the last two years at Roma”.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic doesn’t believe Monday’s Napoli game will be decisive - “we’ve only had a third of the campaign”.
Stevan Jovetic praises Inter’s “hunger” and “of course” they can win the Scudetto this season.