JUVENTUS NEWS

'Paulo Dybala can be just as crucial for Juventus at Camp Nou', insists former Sevilla sporting director Monchi.
Gonzalo Higuain has never managed to score against Barcelona at Camp Nou, can he do so for Juventus tonight?
Former Sevilla sporting director Monchi insists that Juventus boast 'one of the most skilled defences in Europe'.
Juventus are said to be tracking Atletico Madrid attacking midfielder Nicolas Gaitan.
Demetrio Albertini warns “it will be a different Barcelona at Camp Nou” against Juventus for the Champions League quarter-final.
Milan’s new owners had their first summit today and reportedly set their sights on Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, also wanted by Chelsea.
Max Allegri insists Barcelona-Juventus “is not a final exam, it’s only a stepping stone” towards the Champions League Final in Cardiff.
Max Allegri wants Juventus to ignore the 3-0 first leg result against Barcelona, but confirms there could be “tactical and attitude changes.”
Dani Alves admits he will be emotional facing “best team in the world” Barcelona, but Juventus have “a 60-40 chance of going through.”
Roma, Juventus, Napoli, Arsenal, Manchester City and Atletico Madrid are all in the running for Southampton winger Dusan Tadic.
Both Juventus and Barcelona have concerns going into the Champions League quarter-final, as seven players are at risk of suspension.
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic and Bologna midfielder Erick Pulgar have received two-match bans for insulting the referees.
The agent of Bordeaux’s Malcom says Roma are “very interesting” but there has been no contact and Juventus are also interested.
Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain warns “we can do damage” to Barcelona tomorrow.
Paulo Dybala trained with the Juventus squad in Vinovo, but Claudio Marchisio began the session working alone.
Barcelona Coach Luis Enrique says the 3-0 first leg defeat to Juventus “frees us of all pressure”.
Luis Enrique predicts Barcelona “will need five” to go through against Juventus in tomorrow’s Champions League Quarter-Final.
Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta admits “we have to attack, then we’ll see what Juventus do”.
Andres Iniesta acknowledges Barcelona “must try to score as soon as possible” against Juventus.
Alessandro Nesta hails Napoli's aesthetically pleasing style of play, but insists that Juventus are 'more effective'.