JUVENTUS NEWS

Exor chairman John Elkann says Juventus have “clear objectives” but won’t comment on Paul Pogba.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis can’t rule out Kalidou Koulibaly’s departure - “time will tell”.
Aurelio De Laurentiis “hasn’t spoken” to Gonzalo Higuain, but doesn’t think he’d go to Napoli’s “historic rivals” Juventus.
Marko Pjaca’s Juventus medical is reportedly scheduled for tomorrow, with his presentation on Friday.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio calls Giampiero Ventura “a great tactician and a great motivator”.
Paulo Dybala is aiming for at least 20 Juventus goals next season, and praises “very strong” Miralem Pjanic.
Paul Pogba reportedly wants Manchester United, but his price-tag has risen to €125m.
Gonzalo Higuain is too expensive, so reports suggest Arsenal will bid for Inter’s Mauro Icardi.
Paul Pogba will reportedly break the world transfer record if he moves from Juventus to Manchester United.
Sky Sport Italia claim Manchester United and agent Mino Raiola met Juventus today to offer €101m for Paul Pogba.
According to Mediaset Premium, Manchester United offered Juventus €120m for Paul Pogba and the player €15m net plus €5m image rights.
There is an Italian report that Juventus turned down the chance to sign Hakan Calhanoglu from Bayer Leverkusen for €25m.
Former Juventus director Luciano Moggi advised the club to “sell Paul Pogba immediately to pay for Gonzalo Higuain, then get Hector Herrera.”
Paul Pogba is not the only cause for friction between Juventus and Mino Raiola, as there’s trouble over Moise Kean too.
Cagliari are reportedly very close to securing a deal for Juventus and Chile midfielder Mauricio Isla.
Mario Mandzukic’s agent assures “his position at Juventus is not up for debate” and he’ll stay even if Gonzalo Higuain arrives.
Sky Sport Italia insist Leonardo Bonucci is off the market, but Juventus face a tug-of-war with agent Mino Raiola for Paul Pogba to Manchester United.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis reiterates Gonzalo Higuain’s €94m price - “not many teams can pay that”.
The agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba insists “all the things you’ve read are nonsense”.
Simone Zaza’s agent reveals Wolfsburg are “not the only ones" who want the Juventus striker.