JUVENTUS NEWS

Kingsley Coman’s fantastic Juventus debut could push Sebastian Giovinco towards Arsenal in January.
Massimiliano Allegri has named 22 players for his Juventus squad to face Udinese in Week 2 of Serie A, including Alvaro Morata and Andrea Barzagli.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli says he is happy to see Antonio Conte on the Italy bench, and there is no controversy with Claudio Lotito.
Keita Balde Diao’s agent has revealed the player’s frustration in not being able to represent Spain yet, and offers from Juventus and Liverpool.
Andrea Pirlo is hoping to be able to return to regular training with Juventus soon, as he provides an updated on his recovery.
Juventus and Napoli are reportedly in agreement that the 2014 Italian Super Cup will be played in Doha.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has cooled the furore over the injury situation in Turin.
Andrea Stramaccioni says his win in Turin while Inter boss means nothing ahead of the Juventus-Udinese encounter.
Frederik Sorensen says he could see a long-term future at Verona after joining the club over the summer.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi warns Juventus will have to “get their wallets out” for Simone Zaza.
Fernando Llorente said Juventus Coach Max Allegri has “a winning spirit” and trusts Fernando Torres will impress at Milan.
Inter and Juventus target Xherdan Shaqiri will decide in January whether to leave Bayern Munich, said his agent.
Carlos Tevez assured Juventus fans he has “no lesions and am preparing for Saturday’s game” against Udinese.
Udinese will be without Maurizio Domizzi and Simone Scuffet for a month.
Fredy Guarin has reiterated his love for Inter after his expected summer exit never materialised.
Gaetano D’Agostino signed for Fidelis Andria today, but “had the ticket” for Real Madrid and Juventus in 2009.
Bad news for Juventus, as Carlos Tevez has joined Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo on the treatment table.
Fabio Capello tips Bayern Munich or Chelsea for the Champions League and compares Paul Pogba to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli made a speech at the UEFA Respect Diversity meeting on fighting racism.
Antonio Conte reiterated he will only call Italy players who “are hungry and have that fire inside them.”