JUVENTUS NEWS

Reports in Chile suggest Juventus are determined to sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, forming a trio with Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain.
Valencia new boy Simone Zaza admits “the blame lies with me” for his disappointing spell with West Ham United but is ready to impress for Los Che.
Patrice Evra will make a decision on his future “in the next week to 10 days”, according to the Juventus defender’s agent.
Patrice Evra’s proposed move to Crystal Palace is reportedly back on after a change of heart by the Juventus left-back.
Juventus will meet Schalke 04 in the next two days to discuss Sead Kolasinac, according to reports.
Marco Verratti’s agent admits it’s “very, highly difficult” for the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder to move to Serie A.
Zbigniew Boniek admits he “can't see” Juventus winning the Champions League this season.
Fiorentina risk sanctions after posters mocking the Heysel tragedy had to be removed from outside Stadio Artemio Franchi.
A meeting is reportedly scheduled for Wednesday between Juventus and Paulo Dybala’s agent to put the finishing touches to his renewal.
Reports suggest Juventus are still pushing for Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio, who hasn’t signed a new contract.
Giorgio Chiellini concedes Juventus “aren’t as solid as we were last season” and have travel sickness after defeat to Fiorentina.
Paulo Sousa insists he did not adjust Fiorentina to neutralise Juventus. “If we play with this desire, determination and intensity, we’ll be difficult for anyone to beat.”
Max Allegri admits Juventus suffered “a bad setback” with their 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina, “but nobody thought we’d win the title in January.”
Federico Chiesa said Fiorentina beating Juventus “is like its own season all by itself” and claims he did get a touch for the second goal.
Nikola Kalinic and Milan Badelj gave Fiorentina their first home win over Juventus since 2013 and sent the leaders down to a shock 2-1 defeat.
Simone Zaza “went through a very difficult period, but I want to prove to the world and myself what I can do” after signing for Valencia.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists Max Allegri won’t be leaving any time soon, but Patrice Evra “is considering his future.”
Davide Astori said Fiorentina’s showdown with Juventus this evening “needs no introduction. The fans let us understand what it means.”
Leonardo Bonucci sniped that “for Fiorentina it’s the game of the year, but for Juventus it’s the same as any other match.”
Juventus go with three at the back for their grudge match with Fiorentina, as Juan Cuadrado starts in his old hunting ground.