JUVENTUS NEWS

Robinho, Alexandre Pato and Urby Emanuelson take on Fabio Quagliarella, Marco Borriello and Andrea Pirlo in tonight’s Scudetto showdown at San Siro.
Paolo Maldini has blasted Milan for refusing to hire him as he is “an independent mind,” then hammered Juventus for “whining” about referees.
There are reports emerging that Alessandro Nesta might not even be fit enough for the bench in tonight’s Milan-Juventus showdown.
Pavel Nedved returned to the penalty controversy ahead of tonight’s Milan match. “It’s a fact that referees are conditioned against Juventus.”
Alberto Aquilani assures “Milan are stronger than Juventus, but we have to prove it on the pitch” in tonight’s Scudetto showdown.
Luciano Moggi gave his predictions for Milan-Juventus. “The Rossoneri run the biggest risk with their many absentees.”
Robinho can’t wait for tonight’s Milan-Juventus clash. “I can picture the three points and if I were to score...”
“Playing at San Siro is an honour and a privilege,” wrote Alessandro Del Piero ahead of Milan-Juventus.
Juventus star Arturo Vidal considers “Milan to be the Scudetto favourites, but we beat them twice this season and can do it again.”
Juventus have named 22 players for Saturday’s Scudetto showdown with Milan, leaving out Milos Krasic.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has not recovered in time to face Juventus, but Alessandro Nesta and Philippe Mexes are in the Milan squad.
Alessandro Matri agrees that Milan-Juventus will not decide the destination of the Scudetto, and reveals he bears no grudges towards his former employees.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has underlined how important victory against Juventus could be on Saturday. “Winning ugly would do.”
Reports that Gigi Buffon will sign a new contract at Juventus until 2016 have surprised the goalkeeper’s agent.
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta is hoping for Andrea Pirlo to make the difference in Saturday’s Scudetto clash with Milan.
Titans clash in Week 25 as Milan and Juventus play out a potential Scudetto-decider and Napoli entertain Inter.
Milan are still a force to be respected despite the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, says Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli sees Milan’s clash with Juventus this weekend as fascinating and important, but not a game that will decide the League title.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be available to face Juventus on Saturday after Milan lost an appeal against his three-match ban.
Milan have more accomplished centre-backs than Juventus despite what the stats say this season, insists Marcello Lippi.