JUVENTUS NEWS

Arrigo Sacchi says Roma are second to Juventus, Napoli have the best Coach, Inter have good ideas and Milan are a dark horse.
Arrigo Sacchi agrees with the view that Juventus have booked the next Scudetto: 'They are 10 years ahead of their competitors'.
John Elkann calls Juventus' new attacking couple 'fabulous', whilst worrying about Napoli and Roma.
Juan Cuadrado’s agent admits a return to Juventus “isn’t simple” but he’ll fly to London to meet Chelsea.
Juventus reportedly want Paris Saint-Germain’s Blaise Matuidi, but the French club demand €40m.
Juventus reportedly met with Doyen Sports, but Inter still won’t discuss Marcelo Brozovic.
Bruno Peres has his official Roma presentation and declares “we can win the Scudetto”.
Marco Di Bello will be the referee for the Serie A curtain-raiser between Roma and Udinese as the Week 1 referees are announced.
Milan and Juventus could consider a swap deal involving Mattia De Sciglio and Simone Zaza, reports suggest.
Napoli are continuing talks with former Juventus defender Martin Caceres, according to reports.
Exor CEO John Elkann says Juventus are “enthusiastic” for the new season, noting “Roma and Napoli are less strong than last year…”
It’s reported Juventus have agreed a deal to sell Roberto Pereyra to Watford for €15m.
Juventus defender Medhi Benatia admits the Champions League is “an objective” but “it’ll be very difficult”.
Juventus defender Medhi Benatia expects his old team Roma to “be there until the end” for the Scudetto.
Juventus are reportedly meeting with Juan Cuadrado’s agent, as a return from Chelsea gets closer.
The reports linking Napoli to Juventus striker Simone Zaza are picking up steam, as an offer is apparently on the table.
A tenuous link is being drawn between Juventus striker Simone Zaza and Napoli, but the deal seems very unlikely.
Juventus have made a €20m offer to Paris Saint-Germain for Blaise Matuidi and await the all-clear from Chelsea on Juan Cuadrado.
Inter have reportedly asked Tottenham Hotspur for Jan Vertonghen and Marcelo Brozovic could go the other way.
Andrea Barzagli praised the new Juventus stars for settling in with humility. “There are no Prima Donnas here, we all have a winning mentality.”