JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus are reportedly considering a move to take Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez this summer, ahead of Inter.
Andrea Agnelli has reportedly pressed upon the Juventus team the importance of their tour to Asia and Oceania.
Liverpool are tracking PSG striker Ezequiel Lavezzi, but Juventus, Milan and Inter propose a Serie A return.
Arturo Vidal and new signings Romulo and Roberto Pereyra go with Juventus on their tour of Asia.
Sampdoria’s World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi is wanted by Napoli, Juventus, Eintracht Frankfurt and Valencia.
Juventus are considering an offer for Greece international Konstantinos Manolas of Olympiacos.
Giorgio Chiellini was one of those who complained about Carlo Tavecchio’s racist comments, but hopes Luis Suarez’s biting ban is cut.
Giorgio Chiellini admits it was a “shock” to see Antonio Conte leave Juventus, but Max Allegri “can make us unpredictable.”
Marcello Lippi was surprised Antonio Conte quit Juventus, but urged fans to “have faith in Max Allegri.”
Rafa Benitez was impressed with the new Napoli buys, but warned “Juventus and Roma have the Scudetto advantage.”
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta confirmed Arturo Vidal “would only be sold if he wanted to leave” and ruled out Samuel Eto’o.
Romulo “made many sacrifices to get here and will fight even harder to stay” at Juventus, but “cried” at his World Cup exit.
Juventus confirmed Mauricio Isla has agreed terms with QPR and will arrive for his medical tomorrow.
Cruzeiro defender Dedé admits he is “flattered” to hear of interest from Juventus.
Romulo has officially signed for Juventus, on loan from Verona for €1m and an option to buy for €6m.
As expected, Romulo is undergoing his Juventus medical this morning to complete his move from Verona.
It is widely reported that Romulo will undergo his Juventus medical on Saturday after an €8m deal with Verona.
Manchester United are reportedly preparing a €39m plus add-ons bid for Fiorentina and Colombia star Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Napoli are set to be third seeds if they pass the Champions League preliminary round, but Roma risk fourth.
Juventus patron John Elkann slammed FIGC Presidential candidate Carlo Tavecchio as “totally inadequate.”