JUVENTUS NEWS

It’s reported that Juventus goalkeeper Neto could leave the club this summer, with Lazio and Napoli both interested.
Juventus have reportedly made enquiries for Atletico Madrid winger Yannick Carrasco, but the La Liga side are unwilling to sell.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly offered Juventus right-back Dani Alves a two-year contract.
Clement Grenier is only on loan from Olympique Lyonnais, but “hopes to stay at Roma for a long time” and admits he “grew up admiring Francesco Totti.”
Keita Balde Diao is leaning towards Juventus, but the Turin giants still need to agree terms with Lazio, who want €30m plus bonuses.
Chelsea offered £55m (€64m) to bring Marco Verratti from Paris Saint-Germain, but the Italy star is also wanted by Juventus, Inter and Milan.
Arsenal are prepared to pay €23m for Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina, according to reports in England, who is also a target for Roma and Schalke.
Juventus goalkeeper Neto admits he was lucky when saving from Felipe Anderson and Ciro Immobile - “Andrea Barzagli helped me a lot…”
Andrea Agnelli explains the capacity of Juventus Stadium led to ticket touting, and denies any mafia links.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio hails the Coppa Italia triumph, but warns “we can no longer make mistakes”.
Fiorentina executive President Mario Cognigni admits it’ll be hard to keep Federico Bernardeschi - “clubs have to succumb to the choices of players”.
Marco Di Bello will take charge of Inter’s trip to Lazio, as the Serie A Week 37 referees are announced.
It’s claimed Milan are interested in Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, though they face competition from England.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says the club’s fans “won overwhelmingly” against Juventus in the Coppa Italia final.
Juventus are reportedly close to a deal for Pescara midfielder Mamadou Coulibaly.
Inter are reportedly challenging Juventus for the signature of Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso.
Senad Lulic insists Lazio “leave this defeat with our heads held high” after losing the Coppa Italia Final to Juventus, 2-0.
Juventus took the Coppa Italia for the third year in a row, but who made the difference in the Final with Lazio? Football Italia rates the players.
Simone Inzaghi felt Lazio were “unlucky” with injuries and incidents in their Coppa Italia Final defeat to Juventus. “My players had a great season.”
Max Allegri thanked all the Juventus players for their third consecutive Coppa Italia triumph, beating Lazio 2-0. “It was an extraordinary first half.”