JUVENTUS NEWS

Fernando Llorente says he has been surprised by the compactness of the Juventus squad following his summer arrival.
Leonardo Bonucci has dismissed suggestions Juventus boss Antonio Conte needs to change the system in Turin.
Norwich boss Chris Hughton has refused to comment on links with available Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella.
Juventus have taken Mauricio Isla off the transfer market, but his agent thinks a potential move to Inter is still alive.
Parma have again underlined that they have not received an offer from Juventus for Jonathan Biabiany.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta says Mauricio Isla won’t be sold and Juan Zuniga will not arrive from Napoli.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte and Inter tactician Walter Mazzarri have downplayed the importance of the new Serie A fixtures.
Vladimir Petkovic assures Lazio will be “fired up and motivated” for a tough run of early games in the Serie A calendar.
Beppe Marotta feels “this is the first time in three years Juventus have had such a difficult start” to the season.
There are some big games straight away in the Serie A 2013-14 campaign, while the Milan Derby is a Christmas treat.
We bring you the full Serie A fixture list for 2013-14, drawn up today in Milan, with Inter-Juventus in Week 3.
The Serie A 2013-14 calendar has been drawn up with Week 1 including Inter-Genoa, Lazio-Udinese and Sampdoria-Juventus.
Former Fiorentina Coach Emiliano Mondonico believes that the Viola will fight Juventus for the Scudetto next season.
Andrea Barzagli insists the arrival of Angelo Ogbonna will provide extra motivation for Juventus’ defenders.
Gigi Buffon believes he is now part of an even more competitive Juventus, but he expects a real fight for the Scudetto in 2013-14.
Fiorentina’s Borja Valero has congratulated arch-rivals Juventus for their successful swoop of Fernando Llorente.
Alessandro Matri and Fabio Quagliarella are considering improved offers from Everton and Norwich respectively.
Parma general manager Pietro Leonardo insists “there have been no offers” for Jonathan Biabiany and Gabriel Paletta.
Marco Van Basten trusts Juventus are “ready to win in Europe too,” but Milan have “a few problems with money.”
Giorgio Chiellini is confident Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente “can give a great deal to Juventus this season.”