UDINESE NEWS

Stefano Colantuono said Juventus “did what we expected them to do” after Udinese’s historic victory.
Leonardo Bonucci said “this is a transitional year” for Juventus after their shock home defeat to Udinese.
Juventus lost their season opener 1-0 at home to Udinese after a late Cyril Thereau strike in a huge shock.
Kinglsey Coman starts for Juventus, but Bayern Munich prepare a €20m offer for the teenage striker.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed Juan Cuadrado “will arrive on loan tomorrow” from Chelsea.
Juventus start Kingsley Coman and Mario Mandzukic with Paul Pogba against Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese.
Juventus begin the push for a fifth consecutive Scudetto by hosting Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese.
Carlos Tevez wrote Juventus an open letter. “I will always be grateful and cheer you on to make history.”
Mario Mandzukic, Alex Sandro and Giorgio Chiellini are available for Juventus against Udinese.
Stefano Colantuono assured Udinese “won’t just defend” against reigning champions of Italy Juventus.
Juventus face “a much more balanced” Serie A season with Inter, Milan, Roma and Napoli Scudetto challengers, said Max Allegri.
Max Allegri reveals another midfield shake-up amid injuries as Juventus start their Serie A season against Udinese.
Duvan Zapata admits Juventus are a 'difficult' opponent but doesn't rule out 'taking home points' for Udinese.
Max Allegri welcomed Alex Sandro to Juventus, discussed Paul Pogba’s role and said there’s “no need to worry” about injuries.
Marquinho is grateful to Udinese for bringing him back to a 'competitive league' and looks forward to the first game against Juventus.
Juventus will be without Claudio Marchisio for the first two Serie A fixtures, the club has confirmed.
Udinese have officially completed the signing of Roma midfielder Marquinho on a four-year contract.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio missed training with a thigh injury, and will be assessed later today.
Inter and Roma will provide the biggest challenge to Juventus in the 2015-16 Serie A season, according to Andrea Stramaccioni.
Former Inter and Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni says the best players ‘still prefer other leagues’ over Serie A.