JUVENTUS NEWS

Milan have joined Juventus in the chase to sign Didier Drogba during the January transfer window, reports suggest.
Giorgio Chiellini says he now feels 100 per cent Juventus after admitting to supporting Milan as a youngster.
Juventus defender Stephan Lichtsteiner has revealed that he wants to win every competition possible with the Bianconeri.
Inter defender Christian Chivu believes his team can challenge Juventus for the title come May.
Former Juventus striker Michele Padovano believes that Didier Drogba would be the perfect signing for Antonio Conte's side.
Juventus striker Nicklas Bendtner has gone under the knife this afternoon as a consequence of his thigh injury.
Juventus’ Luca Marrone has pulled out of the Italian Under-21 squad on Monday because of injury.
Juventus may already be Winter Champions, but Claudio Marchisio wants to end 2012 with another League win.
Mirko Vucinic has admitted that Juventus boss Antonio Conte can make a difference from the touchline.
Juventus have confirmed that they have rescinded the contract of Lucio – just a matter of months following his arrival.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has confirmed that Paul Pogba is in a race against time to be fit for the Cagliari game.
The 3-0 win over Atalanta on Sunday saw Gigi Buffon’s unbeaten run at the Juventus Stadium continue.
The statistics are backing Juventus to be crowned Campioni d’Italia after the Old Lady wrapped up the Winter crown.
Juventus are celebrating tonight, as they are crowned Winter Champions thanks to a seven-point lead at the top of the table.
Antonio Conte urged Juventus not to lose their hunger, while Stefano Colantuono rued a shaky start.
Antonio Conte insists “the season isn’t over” after Juventus went seven points clear and warns “we won’t sign any top player.”
Juventus had this victory sealed after just half-an-hour, sweeping 10-man Atalanta aside 3-0.
Luca Marrone steps in to the defence as Juventus welcome Atalanta to Turin this afternoon.
Atalanta call Guglielmo Stendardo for today’s trip to Juventus and assure the controversy over his law exam was “a storm in a teacup.”
Giacomo Bonaventura admits he was a Juventus fan as a child, but warns that today his team Atalanta are “giant-killers.”