Week 5 saw an average of 23,000 fans at Serie A fixtures, as attendances continue to rise.
Giorgio Chiellini believes this Torino are the strongest he’s faced at Juventus - “it’s nice to see the level of the derby always rising”.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri reportedly stormed down the tunnel yesterday due to Miralem Pjanic.
Juventus defender Benedikt Howedes has picked up another muscular injury during today’s training session.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly would prefer the Scudetto to the Champions League but “it’s too early to talk about it”.
The referees for Serie A Week 6 have been announced, with Piero Giacomelli assigned the Derby della Mole between Juventus and Torino on Saturday.
Napoli, Juventus and Inter are all reportedly ready to launch a transfer tug-of-war for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani in January.
Former Juventus star Carlos Tevez claims “not even 50 years will be enough for Chinese football to reach the heights of European football.”
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta admits “if Paulo Dybala wants to leave, it’ll be impossible to keep him.”
Juan Cuadrado says he is “happy” to have stayed at Juventus and vows Gonzalo Higuain “will bounce back and score a lot of goals.”
Stefano Pioli insists “a draw would’ve been a fair reward” for 10-man Fiorentina’s performance after a 1-0 defeat to Juventus.
Simone Inzaghi believes Lazio would not have lost 4-1 to Napoli without the costly defensive injuries and “we’ll have trouble going forward too.”
Massimiliano Allegri focused on the “important victory and clean sheet” after Juventus beat Fiorentina, but sees an open Scudetto race.
A disciplined Fiorentina display nonetheless saw them lose to Juventus, but how did Football Italia rate the Viola?
Juventus maintained their perfect start to the season with a win over Fiorentina, and Football Italia rates the Bianconeri.
Mario Mandzukic’s header proved enough to get the better of 10-man Fiorentina, but Juventus looked far from impressive.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s nine Serie A games, including Benevento-Roma, Lazio-Napoli, Juventus-Fiorentina and Milan-SPAL.
Stefano Sturaro said Juventus have “done positive and negative things,” but he’s working on the new right-back role against Fiorentina.
Giovanni Simeone is eager to get another goal past Juventus, this time for Fiorentina, in tonight’s Serie A showdown.
Juventus look to Paulo Dybala, Rodrigo Bentancur and Stefano Sturaro as they host old rivals Fiorentina, with Giovanni Simeone and Cyril Thereau.