TORINO NEWS

Roberto Stellone played for Torino and could return there as a Coach after his impressive work at Frosinone.
Marco Benassi warned “victory is obligatory” when the Italy Under-21 side visit Andorra on Tuesday.
Mario Mandzukic scored as Croatia drew 1-1 in Hungary, while Verona’s Pawel Wszolek bagged a brace for Poland.
Inter’s chief of medical staff confirms Stevan Jovetic is “available” to play for Montenegro, and Mauro Icardi will be back for Torino.
Torino have set their eyes on Romanian youngster Andrei Ivan, who is compared to Alvaro Morata.
Stefano Sturaro shrugged off criticism of Juventus for their Bayern Munich defeat and alleged ‘help’ from referees.
Ciro Immobile’s agent confirms Torino want to sign the striker permanently from Sevilla this summer.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms Paul Pogba “could stay with us next year too”.
Torino's Giampiero Ventura is among the Coaches being considered to replace Stefano Pioli at Lazio, say reports.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira has been given a two-match ban, but video evidence cannot be used against Fernando and Leonardo Blanchard.
Torino have announced that striker Ciro Immobile will be out for around a month with a thigh injury.
Referee Nicola Rizzoli insists Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci didn’t headbutt him - “watch the video, it’s clear”.
Ciro Immobile underlines that ‘I’m still a Sevilla player’ but says that moving to Torino on loan was ‘a necessary choice’.
Marek Hamsik says Napoli “are not looking at other teams” as they fight for the Scudetto.
Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain’s agent slams Nicola Rizzoli - “Juventus received major help in an important moment”.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira could be banned for two matches after the red card picked up against Torino.
Gigi Buffon said his all-time Serie A record “belongs to Juventus, not me” after 974 minutes unbeaten.
Max Allegri insists refereeing errors “do not take away from the good things” Juventus did against Torino.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura was furious with the referee for “incredibly obvious” decisions for Juventus.
Alvaro Morata felt Juventus “could’ve won the Champions League” and used that anger to beat Torino 4-1.