JUVENTUS NEWS

Gigi Buffon “can’t wait” to get back to his Juventus teammates and play at least 50 games this season. “We have the Number 1 club in Italy.”
“I am nauseated. Either Mattia Destro signs for Roma or he can stay at Siena,” blasted Genoa President Enrico Preziosi after he failed to agree personal terms.
Antonio Conte warned Juventus are “building something important,” so tomorrow’s Trofeo TIM against Inter and Milan is bad timing.
Roma’s swoop for Mattia Destro is not complete yet and reports of problems in negotiations have alerted both Milan and Juventus.
Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta is being tracked by Parma this summer, according to reports.
Milos Krasic is struggling to find a team this summer and could eventually have to settle for a loan deal, admits his agent.
Martin Caceres has welcomed Lucio to Juventus despite the fact that he will bring more competition for a centre-back spot.
Marco Storari says he’s happy to remain at Juventus despite the likelihood of a reserve role in Turin.
Juventus and the two Manchester giants have reportedly made bids of around £15m – around €20m – for Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie.
Juventus have confirmed that Marco Motta has joined Bologna for the 2012-13 campaign on a loan deal.
Kwadwo Asamoah has reflected on his summer switch from Udinese to Juventus and admits that as a Ghanaian it will be a source of pride to play for the Old Lady.
Milan are reportedly interested in a deal for Alessandro Matri and are already preparing the terms of a proposal.
Former Juventus sporting director Alessio Secco is unsurprised by Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s decision to leave Milan for Paris Saint-Germain.
Mirko Vucinic has left Juventus’ pre-season training retreat following the birth of his second child.
Manolo Gabbiadini is on the verge of becoming a Juventus player after on-going transfer talks with Atalanta.
Felipe Melo has urged Galatasaray to agree a transfer fee with Juventus so he can remain in Turkish football.
Paolo De Ceglie has outlined his desire to stay with Italian giants Juventus for the rest of his footballing life.
The agent of Nicola Leali has admitted that his client will not remain in Turin following his move to Juventus.
Juventus full-back Marco Motta will spend the new campaign at Bologna after an agreement was reached between the two clubs.
Lucio has defended himself against criticism from Inter fans this week and explained why he left the Nerazzurri this summer.