JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus outcast Mauricio Isla is considering proposals from Fiorentina, Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig.
Tuttosport suggest Juventus will ask Bayern Munich for both Medhi Benatia and Mario Götze.
Zenit have joined Napoli in the hunt for versatile Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra.
Juventus reportedly have no intention of discussing Leonardo Bonucci with Manchester City, even for €60m.
Juventus are showing interest in Manchester United outcast Memphis Depay.
Spanish paper Marca claims Real Madrid turned down a €60m Chelsea offer for Alvaro Morata, as they intend to keep the striker.
Jeison Murillo has reportedly turned down a move to Zenit, so Bayern Munich step up for the Inter defender.
“Arsenal told us Alexis Sanchez is not on the market,” reveals Juventus director Beppe Marotta, even after being quoted a €40m price-tag.
Juventus will reportedly announce Medhi Benatia’s arrival from Bayern Munich over the next few days.
Jackson Martinez has decided to leave Guangzhou Evergrande and his agent noted “Juventus would be a fantastic option.”
Juventus will discuss a contract renewal with Leonardo Bonucci, as player and club seem set to ignore Manchester City’s €60m offer.
Benfica have reportedly asked Juventus to take midfielder Hernanes on loan with option to buy.
Mediaset Premium claim Marko Pjaca has changed his mind and is now leaning towards Juventus rather than Milan.
Milan are making an approach to Chelsea for Juventus transfer target Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Sky Sport Italia note Juventus do not need to sell Paul Pogba and the player has no particular intention of leaving.
Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra must terminate his contract with Nike before signing for Napoli, claim the latest reports.
Napoli are reportedly close to snapping up Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra, claim the Corriere dello Sport.
Italy and Southampton striker Graziano Pellè is set to join Shandong Luneng for £13m, claim Sky Sports UK.
Dinamo Zagreb director Tomislav Svetina surprisingly claims Milan have no deal in place for Marko Pjaca.
China propose an elite tournament between the top five leagues which would be even more marketable than the Champions League.