JUVENTUS NEWS

Carlos Tevez said “the Champions League starts now” for Juventus, but Atletico Madrid “made it impossible to play.”
Fernando Llorente admits he’s “a little too isolated” in the box with this new Juventus system after a 0-0 with Atletico Madrid.
Diego Simeone said Atletico Madrid “did what we had to” and warned “it won’t be good to pick Juventus in the draw.”
Miguel Angel Moya celebrated another clean sheet as Atletico Madrid held out 0-0 at the Juventus Stadium.
Massimiliano Allegri confessed Juventus “didn’t want to compromise qualification” in their 0-0 with Atletico Madrid.
Paul Pogba hailed Atletico Madrid’s defensive qualities and said to go forward Juventus “must give more than 100 per cent.”
Gigi Buffon felt “considering the performances,” Juventus should’ve secured qualification long before a 0-0 with Atletico Madrid.
Juventus got the point they needed against Atletico Madrid, so both teams go through to the Champions League Round of 16.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reveals the extent of the illness that ruled Claudio Marchisio out of the Atletico Madrid match.
Juventus start Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Patrice Evra in tonight’s Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid, but Claudio Marchisio is taken ill.
There are shock reports Antonio Conte could quit as Italy Coach just four months after his appointment.
Daniele De Rossi, Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and Giorgio Chiellini are among those suspended in Serie A this weekend.
Napoli and Manolo Gabbiadini are reportedly only a signature away from agreeing on a contract for the Sampdoria forward.
Alberto Zaccheroni believes that Juventus and Roma are ‘a step ahead’ of his old side Milan.
Rumours suggest that Manchester City will meet Juventus today to discuss a possible move for Paul Pogba.
The President of Atletico Madrid insists the Spanish champions will not settle for a draw in tonight’s match with Juventus.
Patrice Evra could be given a starting spot for Juventus’ crucial match with Atletico Madrid tonight.
Ex-Japan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni says Serie A is back to how it was in the 1970s and 1980s, but he sees a way out.
Alberto Zaccheroni has criticised the state of Italian football, saying that players know ‘neither how to defend nor how to attack’.
Pietro Lo Monaco eulogises Diego Simeone and compares him to Jose Mourinho, whilst also backing Juventus in the Champions League.