JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have confirmed Martin Caceres suffered from a muscular problem, but more tests are required.
Zdenek Zeman’s son Karel complained his team was beaten 6-0 because of a “Juventus-supporting referee.”
Leonardo Bonucci felt Juventus were “almost perfect” in their 1-0 victory away to Milan.
Cristian Zapata criticised Milan’s defensive approach to the 1-0 defeat against Juventus. “We were too deep.”
Adil Rami warns Milan not to “throw everything away” after a 1-0 defeat to Juventus. “We’re only at the beginning.”
Pippo Inzaghi confessed Milan hoped to beat Juventus, but realistically that would’ve been “asking a bit too much.”
Juventus Coach Max Allegri insists his victory at San Siro was “not revenge” against the Milan side that sacked him.
Carlos Tevez said Juventus “expected a game like this” after he secured their 1-0 victory away to Milan.
Carlos Tevez was decisive yet again as Juventus ended Milan’s dream start at San Siro with a 1-0 victory.
Juventus director general said tonight is “a moment of truth for Milan,” but the Bianconeri have nothing to prove.
Kwadwo Asamoah said Juventus are “above all ready psychologically” for tonight’s Milan showdown.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti will be watching Milan-Juventus and has a soft spot for Pippo Inzaghi.
Christian Abbiati assured Milan will face Juventus “with hunger and sporting aggression” tonight.
There are multiple layers to tonight’s Scudetto showdown and grudge match between Max Allegri’s Juventus and Pippo Inzaghi’s Milan.
Milan boss Pippo Inzaghi joked he was so “seduced” by Jeremy Menez that he “intends to marry him!”
Rudi Garcia is looking forward to Roma facing Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari and hopes for “a draw” in Milan-Juventus.
Carlos Tevez challenged Milan to “show what they’re made of” in tonight’s top of the table clash with Juventus.
President Silvio Berlusconi trusts “in two to three years Milan will become protagonists in the world” ahead of tonight’s clash with Juventus.
Roma have confirmed that Juan Iturbe has suffered a first degree groin strain, and it is seen as likely to keep him out for around two to three weeks.
Paolo Rossi has praised Filippo Inzaghi for turning Milan into a ‘battalion of fighters’ since his appointment during the summer.