JUVENTUS NEWS

John Elkann, head of the majority shareholders of Juventus, says Antonio Conte’s exit was a ‘surprise’, but that the club ‘is stronger than the individual’.
Tuttosport believe that Andrea Pirlo and Massimiliano Allegri have put their Milan past behind them to work together at Juventus.
A report in Chile indicates that Juventus winger Mauricio Isla could soon find himself in the Premier League with Newcastle United.
Xherdan Shaqiri says he has not had contact with apparently interested clubs, but encourages links to Juventus.
The Corriere dello Sport understand that Antonio Conte could be announced imminently as Paris Saint-Germain’s next Coach.
Udinese midfielder Roberto Pereyra is closing in on a move to Juventus, as he arrives in Turin for medical tests.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero hinted at a bid for Southampton outcast Daniel Pablo Osvaldo.
Fabio Quagliarella is happy to be “back to my roots” with Torino, but thanks their arch rivals Juventus too.
“I am ambitious and I want to win,” declared Roma Coach Rudi Garcia ahead of tomorrow’s friendly with Liverpool.
Juventus have reportedly agreed terms with Udinese for Roberto Pereyra on loan with option plus Frederik Sorensen.
Juventus target Liverpool hitman Fabio Borini or Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku after the Alvaro Morata injury.
The 2014-15 Coppa Italia draw has been performed with Lazio-Livorno early on, while Inter-Milan and Roma-Juventus could be semi-finals.
Juventus have presented their new project, building a training ground, hotel, stores and an international school next to the Stadium.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman confirms Daniel Osvaldo is for sale, but Napoli and Inter only want him on loan.
Vincenzo Iaquinta has urged Alvaro Morata and Juventus have patience in light of his injury just two days into his Bianconero career.
Erik Lamela has deterred interest from Serie A by commenting that he sees next season at Tottenham as one in which to redeem himself.
New arrival Patrice Evra’s contract signed with Juventus will reportedly see him paid €3.5m per season.
Juventus have confirmed that Alvaro Morata will be out of action for the next 50 days, after injuring a ligament in his left knee.
Alvaro Morata is reportedly facing at least a month on the sidelines for Juventus, after suffering a sprained left knee in training.
Patrice Evra has claimed that his move from Manchester United to Juventus was ‘the right thing to do’.