JUVENTUS NEWS

Mauro Bergonzi will officiate Roma-Inter and Marco Guida has Milan-Juventus this weekend.
France Coach Didier Deschamps says he is pleased with the development of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba under Antonio Conte.
Milan forward Mario Balotelli’s involvement in this weekend’s match against Juventus has today been placed in further doubt.
Corriere dello Sport are reporting that the cost of paying top-flight referees in Italy can be around €5m a season.
Milan defender Daniele Bonera thinks his side’s upcoming game with Juventus will be an important benchmark in their development.
Fernando Llorente has revealed his ambition to face his Juventus teammates next week for Spain, and to make La Roja’s World Cup squad.
Juventus will only make a decision on whether or not to play Kwadwo Asamoah against Milan at the last available moment.
Sport are running the line that Barcelona Coach Tata Martino is interested in trying to prise Arturo Vidal away from Juventus.
Fatih Terim has warned Juventus that they need to switch their mentality for next season or else fall short in the Champions League once again.
Gianluigi Buffon insisted Juventus are “taking the Europa League seriously” and condemned Superga banners.
Antonio Conte assures Juventus are “prepared” for the Trabzonspor atmosphere and “are not coming to defend a 2-0 lead.”
Trabzonspor manager Hami Mandirali insists his team scored “a valid goal” in the first leg against Juventus.
Torino and Juventus own Ciro Immobile, but his agent confirms “Borussia Dortmund have approached us.”
Juventus have named a 20 man squad as they head out to Turkey for the second leg of their Europa League tie with Trabzonspor.
Andrea Pirlo has praised Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard, as they prepare to face each other at the World Cup.
Milan have been given good news regarding the fitness of Mario Balotelli and Mattia De Sciglio ahead of the weekend.
Juventus are on the verge of signing Sporting Kansas City defender Erik Palmer-Brown, according to reports.
Trabzonspor boss Hami Mandirali has claimed that ‘anything can happen in football’ as his men prepare to host Juventus.
Argentina boss Alejandro Sabella has commented on his national team players currently plying their trade in Italy.
Sebastian Giovinco has insisted that he is not thinking about anything beyond the end of the season.