JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus are willing to offer Schalke €15m for winger Jefferson Farfan, according to reports in the German Press.
Juventus striker Sebastian Giovinco has admitted that their 3-0 victory over Chelsea on Tuesday was a 'beautiful' moment.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has underlined that Champions League progress could subsequently aid the club in the transfer market.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has reportedly put an end to Genoa’s interest in signing Luca Marrone.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini is a doubt for the game against Milan on Sunday because of injury.
Marco Van Basten will be at San Siro on Sunday evening to watch former club Milan take on Juventus.
Milan’s Antonio Nocerino has already archived last night’s 3-1 win over Anderlecht in the Champions League. “It’s Juventus next.”
Andrea Pirlo says “beating the reigning European Champions” Chelsea gives Juventus even more confidence ahead of Milan.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte broke his silence after the crushing victory over Chelsea, sends a message to Roberto Di Matteo and warned “the best is yet to come.”
Juventus target Fernando Llorente will stay at Athletic Bilbao until the end of the season, says teammate Ander Iturraspe.
Juventus assistant boss Angelo Alessio has thanked the crowd for inspiring them to victory over Chelsea on Tuesday.
Arturo Vidal has admitted that he is surprised by his goal-packed start to the season with Juventus.
Stephan Lichtsteiner was happy with his performance against Chelsea after returning to the Juventus starting line-up.
Kwadwo Asamoah has credited Juventus boss Antonio Conte for masterminding the 3-0 destruction of Chelsea.
Giorgio Chiellini admits he has regrets that Juventus have still not qualified for the Champions League last 16 despite the emphatic win over Chelsea.
Roberto Di Matteo insists Chelsea “still have hope of qualifying” for the Champions League knockouts after their defeat to Juventus.
Petr Cech concedes Juventus “deserved to win” against Chelsea and qualification is now in the Italians’ hands.
Fabio Quagliarella admits it was “almost impossible” that he scored against Chelsea with the same trick that had gone so close with Lazio.
Leonardo Bonucci explained the approach against Chelsea. “If we sit back and wait, then we’re not Juventus.”
Assistant manager Angelo Alessio hinted that Roberto Di Matteo’s tactical choices actually helped Juventus to beat Chelsea.