JUVENTUS NEWS

The agent of Empoli defender Daniele Rugani says the youngster isn’t moving to Juventus simply to make up the numbers.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner says that the club’s ‘big dream’ is to win the Champions League.
Andrea Barzagli is inching closer to a Juventus return, playing 75 minutes for the club’s youth team today.
There are reports that Juventus could rival Manchester United for the signature of Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
It’s rumoured that Juventus will wear three stars on their shirts next season, and will return to a pink away kit.
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi refuses to discuss the Scudetto race, saying they’ll take it one game at a time.
After another exciting, extra extended Serie A round, Dave Taylor selects his best XI performers from Week 22.
Sporting director Piero Ausilio says that Juventus and Milan 'lost style' over their recent falling out, unlike Inter.
Juventus are still 'a few steps behind' the major teams in the Champions League, says Pavel Nedved, but they can 'have their say' against anyone.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved claims the club is attacked in spite of being the strongest team, and talks of Italy's youth.
Manchester United are heavily linked, but new reports suggest Juventus could poach Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
Sampdoria are attempting steal soon-to-be free agent Neto from under the noses of Juventus, say reports.
Atalanta striker Mauricio Pinilla says his team can beat Inter and Juventus, and backs himself to score two goals.
Fiorentina striker Giuseppe Rossi sets his eyes on the end-of-April match against Juventus, but does not ‘set a date’.
Juventus, Roma and Manchester United all show interest in Palermo's Paulo Dybala, but President Maurizio Zamparini favours the Bianconeri.
Gigi Buffon discussed his career, becoming a Juventus symbol and getting past the “black hole” of depression.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says President Silvio Berlusconi is ‘satisfied’ despite defeat to Juventus at the weekend.
Lille defender Simon Kjaer is a target for Juventus, but may prove too expensive, according to reports.
Giovanni Malago, President of the Italian National Olympic Committee, says Juventus and Milan must preserve their 'style' in spite of their diatribe.
Andrea Barzagli could be set for his first Juventus appearance of the season at Cesena on Sunday, according to reports.