JUVENTUS NEWS

Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici claims Carlos Tevez could return to the club as soon as next year.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba said his “aim is to become the best player in the world” after a FIFA award.
Inter President Erick Thohir warned Serie A to be open to “globalisation” and “another Calciopoli would be death.”
There are reports Juventus could recall Mauricio Isla in January, just six months into his loan spell at QPR.
Former Juventus and Roma Coach Luigi Del Neri believes the battle for the Scudetto is between the two, whilst he talks over the Bianconeri’s tactics.
Ciro Immobile admits no-one was expecting the climate Italy faced at the World Cup, as he labels Antonio Conte a ‘hammer’.
Ciro Immobile says he is grateful to Juventus, as he explains that Borussia Dortmund was the best option for him this summer.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has admitted he’d prefer not to do business with Juventus.
Max Allegri says there is no case with Arturo Vidal, whilst it is too early to suggest the title race is only between Juventus and Roma.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri has hit out Italy’s negative mindset with domestic football: “Everyone says Italian football sucks.”
UEFA President Michel Platini has laughed off Juventus-Roma controversy, but is sternly against television replays assisting match officials.
Daniele Rugani admits he hopes to one day challenge for a spot at Juventus, but that focus right now is on Empoli.
Former referee Paolo Casarin has criticised the President of the Italian Referees’ Association after his defence of Gianluca Rocchi.
Jose Callejon believes Napoli are still in the hunt for the Scudetto despite their poor start to the season.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that for November’s international fixtures, Carlos Tevez will finally be recalled to the Argentina squad.
Juventus are apparently close to a new contract agreement with Gigi Buffon, but also interested in Fiorentina’s Neto.
Juventus reportedly were close to a draft agreement with Adrien Rabiot, before Paris Saint-Germain stepped in.
Tuttosport reiterate that clubs from England are following Juventus’ Kwadwo Asamoah and now list Everton and Southampton.
Claudio Marchisio admits Italy “ought to prove ourselves more” against the likes of Malta and Azerbaijan.
Argentina Coach Gerardo Martino revealed Juventus striker Carlos Tevez “will certainly be called up soon.”