JUVENTUS NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri criticises Juventus’ first half against Palermo but “it’s one game less to winning the Scudetto”.
Paulo Dybala believes Juventus “didn’t play very well” against Palermo and warns “we must change our attitude”.
Juventus moved 10 points clear at the top of Serie A with a 4-1 win over Palermo, with Paulo Dybala's double.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta admits it’s “utopian” to think of signing Paris Saint-Germain’s Marco Verratti.
Andrea Rispoli admits Palermo must “count on team unity rather than individual quality” to stop Juventus.
Marko Pjaca starts for Juventus against Palermo, but it’s not clear if it’s 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1.
Miralem Pjanic says “playing for Juventus is a real privilege” but admits “I miss the sun in Rome”.
Iker Casillas acknowledges “Juventus are favourites” against Porto but “bravery can overcome individual ability”.
Marko Pjaca will reportedly be Juventus’ No 10 against Palermo on Friday as Medhi Benatia will start in Serie A for the first time since November.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims Juventus “pulled out” of negotiations to sign Robin Quaison in January.
Brazilian legend Zico returned to Udine to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the club’s foundation. “Udinese remain in my heart.”
Italy’s European results this week saw them move closer to England in the UEFA ranking, as Roma and Fiorentina won with Napoli losing to Real Madrid.
“The Barcelona King is dead and Juventus can slip on to the throne,” mused Arrigo Sacchi of the Champions League race.
Alexis Sanchez is increasingly likely to leave Arsenal and that opens the door to Juventus and Inter for a summer swoop.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini trusts Paulo Dybala “is now worth €150m. He’s the new Leo Messi” for Juventus.
Roberto Baggio turns 50 on Saturday and confessed he is “constantly surprised by the affection of the people even 13 years after my retirement.”
Juventus miss Mario Mandzukic, Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli for Friday’s encounter with Palermo.
Palermo Coach Diego Lopez warns they must “do better in possession” against Juventus tomorrow.
Paolo Valeri is the referee for Milan-Fiorentina, as the officials for Week 25 of Serie A are announced.
Marko Pjaca could start for Juventus tomorrow, confirms Max Allegri, but “to reach certain levels he has to start pedalling”.