Massimiliano Allegri won’t relish his records until after he’s retired, but reiterates “next season the main Juventus objective is again the Scudetto.”
Juventus director of sport Fabio Paratici assures they will strengthen after an eighth straight Scudetto, but Paulo Dybala “will certainly remain.”
Claudio Ranieri expected Inter to put Roma under more pressure in the second half of their 1-1 draw and discussed why Italian teams struggle in Europe.
Juventus Vice-President Pavel Nedved believes their run of eight consecutive Serie A titles “will never be repeated again.”
Max Allegri claims Juventus “won the Scudetto at Bologna” and urged his Bianconeri to embrace a “calm state of mind” in Europe.
Cristiano Ronaldo assured he is “staying at Juventus 1,000 per cent” and is happy with this season after securing the Serie A title.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s nine Serie A games, including Parma-Milan, Juventus-Fiorentina and Inter v Roma.
Max Allegri has become the first ever Coach to win five consecutive Serie A titles and the second most successful after Giovanni Trapattoni.
Juventus have set several new records with their eighth consecutive Serie A title, as no other team in Europe’s top five leagues achieved this.
Juventus fought back from a furious Fiorentina first half performance to win 2-1 and celebrate their eighth consecutive Scudetto.
Juventus need a point to secure their eighth consecutive Scudetto, but old rivals Fiorentina will do all they can to extend a nightmare week.
Bruno Alves reveals how hard he worked to recover from injury and help Parma to a potentially decisive draw with Milan. “This is what happens when you are positive.”
Portuguese reports claim Juventus could miss out on Joao Felix, as Manchester City are prepared to pay the €120m Benfica release clause.
The derby between Juventus and Torino will now be played on Friday May 3 after the original date was on the anniversary of the Superga disaster.
Max Allegri insists Cristiano Ronaldo is Juventus’ ‘future’ and his side have had a ‘great’ season, while hitting out at Medhi Benatia, who ‘didn’t want to play’.
Jose Mourinho claims Juventus were not physical enough against Ajax, whereas his Manchester United ‘gave them the game that they didn’t want to have.’
A journalist with close links to Cristiano Ronaldo has refuted claims that the No 7 is thinking about leaving Juventus.
Inter and Juventus reportedly want to swap Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi, but the Bianconeri forward is not keen.
Ex-Juventus man Claudio Marchisio claims football is too suffocating in Italy. “Gianluigi Buffon told me he would’ve gone abroad a few years earlier…”
Carlo Ancelotti maintains Napoli’s Europa League quarter-final with Arsenal “only lasted 30 minutes” and they can’t be expected to compete with their current revenue.