JUVENTUS NEWS

Sami Khedira said Juventus “will have its say in Europe and I want to be part of that,” as he didn’t leave Real Madrid for money.
Patrice Evra told teammate Paul Pogba “it would be a good idea” to stay at Juventus.
Manchester City may not push their Paul Pogba offer any further as their projected expenses reach €210m.
Mario Mandzukic reportedly already agreed to a Juventus transfer, but Atletico Madrid remains to be persuaded.
Gigi Buffon and Daniele De Rossi have left the Italy camp ahead of Tuesday’s friendly with Portugal.
Alvaro Morata assured he owes “a debt to Juventus. They gave me so much and I want to repay them.”
Juventus are scouting Sporting de Braga defensive midfielder Danilo as a possible heir to Paul Pogba.
Bologna are reportedly looking to swoop for Juventus defender Angelo Ogbonna, and have prepared an offer.
Cagliari assured Roma they “will find a solution” to the Radja Nainggolan saga, as they don’t want a blind auction either.
New Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez has reportedly requested Juventus duo Arturo Vidal and Leonardo Bonucci.
Radja Nainggolan said he “wants to stay at Roma, but they have to get on with it” amid Juventus, PSG and Manchester United interest.
If Carlos Tevez does return to Boca Juniors, Juventus will get one from Mario Mandzukic, Robin van Persie, Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao.
After Barcelona confirmed interest, Manchester City have reportedly raised their Paul Pogba offer to €82.9m.
Leonardo Bonucci felt Italy were “naïve” in their draw with Croatia. “We could’ve taken all three points.”
Lorenzo De Silvestri needs knee ligament tests, while Gigi Buffon required 10 stitches after Croatia 1-1 Italy.
Andrea Pirlo assured he will “continue playing” for Italy until Euro 2016, but wouldn’t discuss his Juventus future.
Barcelona director Ariedo Braida confirmed they “like Paul Pogba” and he is impressed by the new Milan.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici will “start talks with Carlos Tevez, Juventus and his agent this week.”
Carlos Tevez refuses to discuss his Juventus future ahead of the Copa America as he’s ‘focused on the national team’.
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez insists he gets on well with Argentina teammate Lionel Messi, and calls him ‘the best in the world’.