JUVENTUS NEWS

Fabio Cannavaro believes Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon “deserves to lift the Champions League”.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals Adriano Galliani physically ripped the Scudetto badge from an Inter shirt while he was at Milan.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel clarifies there was “nothing concrete” with Juventus, Inter, Milan or Roma.
Monaco knocked Manchester City out of the Champions League after another thrilling 3-1 result, while Atletico Madrid held off Bayer Leverkusen.
Manolo Gabbiadini feels Napoli “did not deserve to go out” of the Champions League to Real Madrid, so he’s cheering on Juventus.
Juventus are reportedly trying to line up Mattia De Sciglio for next season, as his Milan contract is due to expire in June 2018.
Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira confessed he “would like to play for Juventus” ahead of this weekend’s encounter.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli will testify in front of the Anti-Mafia Commission and is “happy to clarify anything” regarding tickets to ultras.
Medhi Benatia has announced that he will stay with Juventus during the next international break, rather than playing for Morocco.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci assures there’s no problem with Max Allegri - “forget it and move forward”.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci is keen to face Barcelona in the Champions League Quarter-Finals - “it’d be a big motivation”.
Olympique Lyonnais midfielder Corentin Tolisso believes that 'Juventus are on another level' to opponents Roma.
Reports suggest that Napoli will produce a special ticket offer for their Coppa Italia second leg tie with Juventus.
Former Roma midfielder Eusebio Di Francesco admits he’d ‘never say never’ to a spell on the Giallorossi bench.
Porto Coach Nuno Espirito Santo can’t help but wonder what would’ve happened without the two red cards against Juventus.
Alex Sandro assures Juventus never took the Champions League Round of 16 for granted against Porto, but the red cards were decisive.
Iker Casillas couldn’t help but regret the two red cards, as Porto “never really got the chance to fight it out on level terms.”
Dani Alves admits it would be “too weird” for his Juventus to face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Max Allegri was far from happy with Juventus after reaching the Champions League quarter-finals. “We need to improve the quality of our football.”
Paulo Dybala warns it is “obvious” that Juventus can win the Champions League. “With our squad, it’s impossible to think we can’t win it.”