JUVENTUS NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri confirms Juventus could “play with three up-front” in what will be a “beautiful game” with Sevilla.
Juventus full-back Dani Alves promises “we’re not here to look for a biscotto” ahead of tomorrow’s Sevilla game.
After another exciting weekend of Serie A football, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 13.
Sevilla Coach Jorge Sampaoli believes it would be “crazy” to play for a draw against Juventus tomorrow night.
Hernanes admits Genoa’s interest “is nice to hear” but insists he is only focusing on Juventus’ upcoming matches.
Luciano Spalletti insists his Roma squad “is better” than former Giallorossi midfielder Miralem Pjanic, “including the kitmen”.
Juventus have confirmed that Gonzalo Higuain will miss Tuesday’s Champions League trip to Sevilla with a thigh strain.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini has laughed off suggestions that 19-year-old Franck Kessie could be worth €40m.
Juventus have already prepared a professional contract for 16-year-old Moise Kean, reports say.
Sevilla attacker Franco Vazquez remains undecided about his international future, admitting that he will decide 'when the call comes'.
Ex-Palermo attacker Franco Vasquez has urged friend Paulo Dybala to 'come to Sevilla!' before confessing that his compatriot is 'happy in Turin'
Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain is a doubt for Tuesday’s match with Sevilla after suffering a knock against Pescara on Saturday.
English referee Mark Clattenburg has been assigned to the Champions League showdown between Sevilla and Juventus.
Cesare Prandelli is reportedly eager to bring Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina to Valencia in January.
Massimiliano Allegri was pleased that Juventus “showed great respect for Pescara” and insists Tuesday’s showdown is “more important for Sevilla.”
Massimo Oddo feels Pescara are severely lacking in confidence after a 3-0 defeat to Juventus. “We’re playing with the handbrake on.”
Hernanes was glad to have scored one of his trademark goals as Juventus beat Pescara 3-0. “The fans were waiting for it.”
Moise Kean made history when the Juventus teenager became the first Serie A player born in the new Millennium.
Juventus did the bare minimum to see off Pescara 3-0, as Sami Khedira and Mario Mandzukic exchanged assists, and Moise Kean made history.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta locks down Hernanes, Paulo Dybala and 16-year-old sensation Moise Kean.