JUVENTUS NEWS

FIFA's Sepp Blatter congratulates Juventus on winning Serie A, whilst taking the opportunity to make clear exactly what number Scudetto he believes it to be.
The agent of Marco Verratti has confirmed that Pescara and Juventus have still not struck a deal over his transfer.
A call-up to Italy’s Euro 2012 squad would be a dream come true for Juventus revelation Emanuele Giaccherini.
Marek Hamsik has promised to restyle his hair should Napoli beat Juventus in the Italian Cup Final on May 20.
Andrea Pirlo has revealed that he left Milan because he was no longer in the first team plans of boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Arjen Robben has revealed that there was solid interest in him from Serie A side Juventus, but that “in my mind, there was only Bayern.”
Marco Motta looks to have a choice between three mid-table sides in the summer, as Juventus reportedly consider using him as a makeweight.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi is doing the rounds on his birthday today and has now revealed his valuation of Sebastian Giovinco.
Milos Krasic is ready to turn his back on Italian football after failing to make an impression at Juventus.
Juventus are back in the Champions League, but their return to the competition next season is likely to be tough.
Arturo Vidal says that he has no regrets about choosing Juventus over Bayern Munich last summer.
Juventus have convinced Paul Pogba to join them instead of staying at Manchester United, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Luciano Moggi has a novel idea on where Juventus can put the third golden star. “I’d nail it to Massimo Moratti’s forehead.”
Juventus prepare for the Scudetto celebrations and have already challenged the authorities by placing a huge ‘30’ sign on the stadium entrance.
Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli will become the latest members of Juventus’ title winning squad to be handed new deals.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting that Marco Motta’s next club could be Bologna once he returns to Juventus in the summer.
Claudio Marchisio has admitted that he has been surprised by how well the season has gone for champions Juventus.
Mauro Camoranesi is delighted that former club Juventus are once again at the top of the Italian game.
Coach Antonio Conte will commit his future to Italian champions Juventus by putting pen to paper on a new deal before the start of June.
Director Beppe Marotta looks to the future of Juventus, including Robin van Persie, Eljero Elia, Marco Borriello and “no bad boys.”