JUVENTUS NEWS

Boca Juniors may be the only way Dani Osvaldo can escape from Inter, after no deal was struck in the European transfer window.
Sassuolo’s sporting director, Nereo Bonato has revealed it could cost Juventus up to €20m to bring Domenico Berardi to Turin.
Empoli defender Daniele Rugani says he is ‘honoured’ to have been bought outright by Juventus.
Parma sent Afriyie Acquah to Sampdoria, Lucas Vieira de Souza to Moreirense, while Gabriel Paletta, Andrea Rispoli, Nicola Pozzi and Dias Felipe also left.
Inter, Juventus and Torino signed promising South American youngsters, while Udinese sent Marco Davide Faraoni to Perugia.
Toronto FC are “grateful to Juventus” for allowing Sebastian Giovinco to terminate his contract six months early.
Sassuolo signed Anastasios Donis and Dejan Lazarevic, Verona got Eros Pisano from Palermo and Cagliari loaned a trio.
Miralem Pjanic escaped punishment for an apparent punch on Mario Rui because “the images are not conclusive.”
Empoli defender Daniele Rugani will return to Juventus next season, after the Bianconeri bought out the co-ownership.
Juventus midfielder Federico Mattiello has joined Chievo on loan until the end of the season.
Juventus have officially recalled Stefano Sturaro from his loan spell at Genoa, and he has taken part in his first training session.
Juventus have officially re-signed Alessandro Matri on a loan basis until the end of the season.
Milan have announced that full-back Ignazio Abate will be out for at least two weeks after suffering a thigh injury.
Juventus have confirmed that Sebastian Giovinco has ended his contract early to join MLS side Toronto FC.
Inter are said to be in talks to bring Porto defender Rolando back to the club, edging out interest from Juventus.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi reveals that deals which will see Alessandro Matri join Juventus and Marco Borriello return are all but complete.
Juventus look to have chosen Alessandro Matri to replace Sebastian Giovinco rather than Daniel Osvaldo.
Andrea Stramaccioni felt Udinese “deserved the three points” from their goalless draw with Juventus.
Max Allegri admits Juventus “risked losing” against Udinese and was happy with the 0-0 draw.
Udinese and Juventus both had chances, but Carlos Tevez missed a sitter in a surprising 0-0 draw.