JUVENTUS NEWS

Florentino Perez has conceded that Real Madrid will talk to Alvaro Morata to discuss whether a move away would be in his best interests.
Borussia Dortmund’s interest in Ciro Immobile continues, with it reported that they have now increased their offer to €19m.
Antonio Conte has warned prospective rival Coach at Milan Pippo Inzaghi that: “To be a footballer is one thing, to train is something different.”
Juventus have marked the 29th anniversary of the Heysel Stadium disaster that took the lives of 39 people.
Antonio Conte has revealed that Juventus are ‘dreaming’ of the Champions League next season.
Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed that the club’s star players will not leave this summer.
Alessandro Del Piero says he is not closing the door to the possibility of moving to any club, including back to Juventus.
Daniele De Rossi has praised his Italy teammate and captain Gigi Buffon, saying the goalkeeper has an incredible winning mentality.
Carlo Ancelotti has ‘promised’ not to ‘weaken Italian football’ with Real Madrid’s transfer plans, but drops a hint about Arturo Vidal.
Leonardo Bonucci believes that Cesare Prandelli’s contract extension with the FIGC can only be good news.
Andrea Ranocchia is likely to be named as Inter’s new captain, but reports are that he may not stay at San Siro for long.
Vincenzo Montella has personally asked Jeremy Menez to come and join Fiorentina from Paris Saint-Germain.
Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu has insisted that Alexis Sanchez is not for sale.
Juventus are reportedly offering Didier Drogba a one-year contract that would see him earn €4m as well as bonuses.
Juventus reportedly missed out on the chance to sign Patrice Evra, apparently due to a couple of reasons.
Kwadwo Asamoah has reiterated his desire to stay at Juventus, despite rumours of interest from Arsenal.
Andrea Pirlo will sign an extension with Juventus after Italy’s friendly against Luxembourg, it has been revealed.
Fernando Llorente believes he has adapted to life in Italy very well, but admits that he can improve ‘every aspect’ of his game.
Juventus are now Italy’s most highly valued football brand, according to a study released today, ahead of Milan and Inter.
Juventus will reportedly have one from Manolo Gabbiadini and Domenico Berardi in their squad when they begin preseason training.