JUVENTUS NEWS

Sebastian Giovinco is out of contract with Juventus in June, so Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool are tracking his status.
Demetrio Albertini feels Inter and Milan “change too much every year” compared to Juventus and Roma.
Andrea Pirlo believes this Italy side can win Euro 2016 in France. “Why not?”
The Juventus Stadium staff ran a drill to simulate dealing with a critical emergency situation.
Real Madrid are in talks with Arturo Vidal’s agent, beating Manchester United and Chelsea, claim papers in Chile.
Carlos Antonio Zago claims “Roma are stronger than Juventus,” but referees don’t favour the Bianconeri.
Juventus are linked with January offers for Bayern Munich’s Xherdan Shaqiri and Juan Mata of Manchester United.
Totò Schillaci insists Roma captain Francesco Totti’s outburst about Juventus “was acceptable.”
Bad news for Juventus, as Chile Coach Jorge Sampaoli warned Arturo Vidal “has pain in his knee tendon.”
Manolo Gabbiadini is behind Sampdoria’s current third place in Serie A, but it’s reported Atletico Madrid are offering €11m.
Sebastian Giovinco’s agent is amazed Juventus “could decide to lose him for free,” as he opens the door to Arsenal.
Antonio Conte praised Sebastian Giovinco, but was irritated by the media’s surprise after Italy’s 2-1 win over Azerbaijan.
Leonardo Bonucci explained the difficulties Italy had breaking down Azerbaijan in a 2-1 win.
Simone Zaza was excited at playing alongside Andrea Pirlo for the first time, but cursed his goal drought.
Andrea Pirlo found himself acting as a defender with Leonardo Bonucci the forward on his return to Italy duty.
Sebastian Giovinco said Italy “needed a figure like Antonio Conte” and discussed his Juventus future.
Giorgio Chiellini joked he “did everything tonight, good and bad” after scoring a brace and an own goal for Azerbaijan.
Giorgio Chiellini incredibly scored a brace for Italy and an own goal in the stuttering 2-1 victory over Azerbaijan.
Massimiliano Allegri insists there is “no split” with Arturo Vidal after he was dropped for Juventus-Roma.
Several Serie A Coaches have come out in favour of technology in football, but Juventus boss Max Allegri is “against it.”