JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have reportedly set their sights on Fulham striker Moussa Dembele if Simone Zaza leaves for West Ham.
Italian papers claim Juventus will offer Borussia Dortmund over €30m for Ilkay Gundogan.
France Football named two Juventus players in their Team of 2015, which was dominated by Barcelona stars.
Mario Balotelli’s career problems are down to racism, claims agent Mino Raiola, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Inter move had nothing to do with Calciopoli.
Mino Raiola “wouldn’t be surprised” to see Antonio Conte back at Juventus and reveals he was very close to Milan.
Agent Mino Raiola claims “€100m won’t be enough” to prise Paul Pogba from Juventus, advises Simone Zaza to stay and expects Alvaro Morata at Real Madrid.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic urged Ezequiel Lavezzi not to leave PSG and hinted at a San Siro return – “but to which team?”
English papers tip Juventus boss Max Allegri to take over at Chelsea or Manchester United next season.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco says Domenico Berardi won’t join Tottenham Hotspur - ‘he’s only in London on holiday!’.
Reports suggest Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi harbours doubts about moving to Juventus.
Patrice Evra believes Juventus' organisation can help them beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Patrice Evra warns “we’re still not Juventus, because the real Juve wins the League”.
Former Juventus striker Fernando Llorente assures “the goals will come” for Alvaro Morata.
Fernando Llorente reflects on his time in Serie A - “I’ll be a Juventino in my heart for the rest of my life”.
Former Inter midfielder Thiago Motta believes the Nerazzurri can win the Scudetto, but Juventus are favourites.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner looks forward to playing Bayern Munich, but resents comparisons of Paulo Dybala to Carlos Tevez.
Simone Zaza's agent admits he may have trouble playing the Euros in current conditions, but 'can't answer' questions about leaving Juventus.
Milan and Inter are reportedly competing for Juventus defender Martin Caceres with very different proposals.
Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte, Juventus' Max Allegri and Leicester City's Claudio Ranieri are in high demand, say reports, starting a domino effect.
World Cup-winning Coach Marcello Lippi says Massimo Allegri resembles him: 'He's concrete and flexible, but against Bayern Munich it's tough'.