JUVENTUS NEWS

Claudio Ranieri says Italy need to develop young players after an 'excellent' Euro 2016, whilst Napoli and Roma will have a hard time against Juventus.
It's a crucial day for Gonzalo Higuain as Juventus and Napoli meet to discuss his possible transfer.
The Manchester Evening News claims it was Juventus who offered Leonardo Bonucci to Manchester City.
Napoli’s chief medic trusts Gonzalo Higuain “is certainly eager to come back and resume fighting with us,” despite Juventus and Arsenal reports.
Marko Pjaca is expected to complete his Juventus move within 48 hours and said goodbye to Dinamo Zagreb fans.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti believes Gonzalo Higuain joining Juventus “would raise the overall quality level of Serie A.”
According to Tuttosport, Napoli are refusing to buy Roberto Pereyra because it might help Juventus fund the Gonzalo Higuain bid.
Juventus released a statement on the reports of a €2m damages payment to Nike over a third star on the jersey post-Calciopoli.
Juventus will have to pay Nike €2m over the decision to sell unauthorised jerseys with three Scudetto starts, it’s reported.
Real Betis are keeping a close eye on Serie A, targeting Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina and Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara.
Napoli and Juventus will meet tomorrow to discuss Gonzalo Higuain, but it’s increasingly likely the only option will be his €94m clause.
Marko Pjaca “chose Juventus because they’ve been tracking him for four years,” said the Dinamo Zagreb talent’s agent.
Max Allegri welcomed new stars Miralem Pjanic, Dani Alves and Medhi Benatia, but “wouldn’t be surprised” if Gonzalo Higuain chose Juventus.
Max Allegri warns Paul Pogba and Leonardo Bonucci that “Juventus are now among the top four European clubs and want the Champions League.”
Barcelona flew out to view Juventus transfer target Gabriel Barbosa, more commonly known as Gabigol.
Francesco Totti wants to end his Roma career with the Scudetto, but admits “it’s difficult because right now there’s a stronger team.”
Mauro Icardi was reportedly contacted by Napoli and said he was open to a transfer as Gonzalo Higuain’s replacement.
The Corriere dello Sport claims Juventus will sell several stars to pay Gonzalo Higuain’s €94m release clause from Napoli.
Napoli have finally broken their silence on Gonzalo Higuain. “He never said he wants to leave and Juventus never asked for him.”
Antonio Conte said Chelsea “can compete for the title,” welcomes N’Golo Kante and is “waiting for” Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.