JUVENTUS NEWS

Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has insisted that Jonathan Biabiany won’t be leaving for Juventus in January.
Gianluigi Buffon is confident that Paul Pogba will follow Arturo Vidal’s lead and sign an extension at Juventus.
Ezequiel Lavezzi isn’t likely to leave, but Juventus and Inter are now said to be interested in another PSG player.
Paul Pogba has been awarded the Golden Boy award for the best under-21 footballer in Europe.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has called for his side to help Antonio Di Natale on the goalscoring front.
Arturo Vidal has thanked the Juventus fans after he signed a contract extension with the club this afternoon.
The Giudice Sportivo have fined Juventus €5,000 after their young fans abused Udinese’s Zeljko Brkic on Sunday.
Juventus have confirmed that Arturo Vidal has signed a contract extension at the club, that will keep him in Turin until 2017.
Andrea Barzagli doesn’t expect boss Antonio Conte to ask Juventus to play differently now that Andrea Pirlo is sidelined.
Beppe Marotta admits Andrea Pirlo’s injury was an unexpected blow and “won’t force” Mirko Vucinic to stay at Juventus.
Russia manager Fabio Capello believes “Roma are the only real Scudetto antagonists to Juventus.”
Juventus will be without Andrea Pirlo for the rest of 2013, as he has damaged knee ligaments.
Juventus have won their appeal against how the Italian Super Cup prize money will be shared out with Lazio.
Juventus and Italy’s Gigi Buffon is one of five goalkeepers shortlisted for the FIFA/FIFPro World XI of 2013.
Fernando Llorente confessed “it was a very tough game” after giving Juventus the late victory over Udinese.
Antonio Conte revealed his tactics for an injury time Juventus victory over Udinese, but is worried about Andrea Pirlo.
Francesco Guidolin was distraught after Udinese’s last-gasp defeat to Juventus. “How do I feel? Bad. Very bad.”
Gigi Buffon said the stoppage-time win over Udinese was “a six-pointer” for Juventus.
Fernando Llorente scored in stoppages for Juventus to beat Udinese 1-0 and extend their lead at the top to three points.
Juventus are Serie A leaders and cheered on by 12,000 children in the stands as they host Udinese at 17.30 GMT.