JUVENTUS NEWS

Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini praises Paulo Dybala - ‘at Juventus he can play with anyone’.
Cüneyt Çakir will be the referee for Juventus’ Champions League final showdown with Barcelona on June 6.
Juventus midfielder Romulo will miss the rest of the season with a thigh injury, the club has announced.
Empoli defender Daniele Rugani says there’s ‘no rush’ to feature for Juventus, as the club will decide when he’s ready.
Domenico Berardi’s agent says his client is ‘more than ready’ for Juventus, but wants guarantees over playing time.
The agent of Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza has said that his client is 90 per cent likely to be playing for the Old Lady next season.
Simone Zaza is reportedly more likely to make a summer move to Juventus than his Sassuolo teammate Domenico Berardi.
UEFA President Michel Platini believes that Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is not a star player on the same level as Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.
“Paulo Dybala is now a Juventus player,” confirmed Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini.
Juventus-Napoli is among the Serie A Week 37 fixtures moved, while Lazio-Roma could switch to next Monday.
Stefano Pioli felt Lazio deserved victory over Sampdoria and can challenge Juventus for the Coppa Italia Final.
Lazio’s Santiago Gentiletti admits he thought about his injury when scoring on his comeback in the same stadium.
Alvaro Morata explained his goal celebration against Inter, noting Juventus “want to win whoever is playing.”
Mateo Kovacic said Inter “concede goals like children” after a defeat to Juventus, but insisted he’s “happy” at the club.
Roberto Mancini admits Inter have “a San Siro problem,” need champions, but lacked “luck” against Juventus.
Max Allegri complimented Juventus for beating Inter at San Siro with a second string side, but had advice for Alvaro Morata.
Juventus rested top players and had nothing to play for, but still conquered Inter 2-1 at San Siro thanks to a Samir Handanovic howler.
Inter throw Mauro Icardi and Xherdan Shaqiri at a revamped but enthusiastic Juventus in the Derby d’Italia.
It’s the Derby d’Italia between Europe-chasing Inter and Juventus fresh from Champions League heroics in Madrid.
Marco Materazzi hit back at Arrigo Sacchi, as the ex-Milan boss called Inter’s Treble-winning team “a disgrace.”