JUVENTUS NEWS

Angel Di Maria has admitted that he knows nothing about Juventus’ supposed interest in his services for next season.
The Lega Serie A will meet from today to decide on the allocation of television rights for 2015-18, as uncertainty remains between the broadcasters.
Italy tested a 3-5-2 system today with Ciro Immobile partnering Mario Balotelli for the clash with Uruguay.
The Italy captain had feared missing the entire World Cup, admits Gigi Buffon. “I never dreamed I’d recover so quickly.”
Gianluigi Buffon is pleased with a possible switch to a three-man defence against Uruguay. “We are chameleons.”
Gigi Buffon said Italy are “worried to the right degree” against Uruguay and raise their game in difficulty, but “elimination would be a failure.”
France Coach Didier Deschamps assures he “did not punish” Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Martin Caceres said he’ll give away “useful information” on his Juventus teammates for Italy-Uruguay.
There are increasing calls for Italy to adopt a 3-5-2 formation against Uruguay with Ciro Immobile coming in.
Daniele De Rossi’s injury could throw a spanner in the works, as Italy were leaning towards a 3-5-2 against Uruguay.
Costa Rica Coach Jorge Luis Pinto revealed “Juventus inspired” his defensive set-up against Italy.
Claudio Ranieri is reportedly on the verge of accepting a two-year contract as Coach of Greece.
Juventus have snapped up exciting Paris Saint-Germain teenager Kingsley Coman on a free transfer.
Claudio Marchisio warned Italy “will need to be much more determined and gritty” against Uruguay.
Gigi Buffon insists the defeat to Costa Rica “changes nothing” for Italy’s final group match against Uruguay.
Juventus have officially bought Chile international Mauricio Isla and midfielder Cristian Pasquato from Udinese.
According to reports, Juventus have sold Simone Zaza to Sassuolo with an option and renew Domenico Berardi’s co-ownership.
It is reported that Liverpool and Arsenal are tracking the progress of Juventus wing-back Mauricio Isla.
Cesena’s Rino Foschi says fans won’t be deluded to expect ‘big purchases’, but names from Juventus, Milan and Atalanta may arrive.
Alvaro Morata is set to forgo €7m in wages in order to sign for Juventus, according to reports.