JUVENTUS NEWS

Maurizio Sarri described the importance of practice in Napoli’s style of football and likes an “angry” Gonzalo Higuain.
Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel advised Juventus “how to trouble” Bayern Munich.
Juventus have reportedly set aside €30m for Bayern Munich defender Medhi Benatia.
Edy Reja said Atalanta defeating leaders Juventus tomorrow “would be a dream. We mustn’t think negatively.”
Roberto Mancini insists the Coppa Italia performance against Juventus was not “Jekyll and Hyde,” as Inter aim to repeat that with Palermo.
A croaky Max Allegri said Juve's Coppa Italia defeat to Inter was “healthy and painless” ahead of a trip to Atalanta.
Stefano Sturaro and Giorgio Chiellini are out of the Juventus visit to Atalanta, but Claudio Marchisio returns.
Juventus will scout Bayern Munich today, but also their Borussia Dortmund opponents Henrikh Mkhiratyan and Ilkay Gundogan.
Juventus are reportedly in pole position if Real Madrid decide to sell Isco this summer for €40m.
The Coppa Italia Final has been confirmed as Milan v Juventus on May 21 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
Andrea Barzagli says Juventus must learn their lessons from the Inter defeat - “we can play badly, but not like that”.
Winger Juan Cuadrado declares Juventus’ aim is to “always hold on to first place” in Serie A.
Juan Cuadrado says Juventus must “believe” against Bayern Munich - “we’re a great team, and we can play”.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri believes his team has been unfairly criticised - “it annoys me when you only talk about the result”.
Maurizio Sarri denies fatigue is behind Napoli’s recent downturn in form - “we’ve had some bad luck”.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri says Serie A is still open, and discusses Bayern Munich and Paulo Dybala.
Max Allegri denies a move to Real Madrid and discusses Gianluigi Buffon, Paul Pogba and Francesco Totti.
Serie A cannot cope with the increase in costs and reported a €365m loss, with most clubs indebted and Parma already bankrupt.
The environment around Inter appears to have found unity again as players and directors work together.
Claudio Marchisio calls a pundit 'blind' over Inter-Juventus, then has to apologise to the blind community.