JUVENTUS NEWS

Juventus have confirmed via social media that they have appointed Max Allegri to succeed Antonio Conte.
It is reported that Juan Iturbe is close to agreeing a deal to sign for Serie A runners-up Roma.
Roberto Mancini has revealed Juventus did not approach him regarding their coaching position, which has been taken by Max Allegri.
Fixtures for the upcoming Serie A season will be announced on Monday July 28, it has been confirmed.
Massimiliano Allegri will be officially unveiled as the new Juventus Coach at 14.00 UK time this afternoon.
Several outlets in the Italian Press confirm that Massimiliano Allegri has just signed a two-year contract with Juventus.
Sky Sport Italia claim that Massimiliano Allegri is just negotiating the details of his contract with Juventus, but could be in training later today.
Alessandro Nesta believes that with Antonio Conte gone, next season’s Serie A will be the tightest in recent years.
Antonio Conte is the favourite to take over the Italian national team, but he must take a pay-cut to be offered the job.
Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus future could be in doubt, with reports that Massimiliano Allegri will take charge.
Reports in the Italian Press this morning claim that Massimiliano Allegri has agreed a two-year deal with Juventus.
Roma have reportedly raised their offer for Juan Manuel Iturbe to €30m and beat Juventus to the Verona star.
Milan are linked with Manchester United winger Nani, while Patrice Evra reconsiders his Juventus move.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly reconsidering his Sampdoria status after another resignation in the staff.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly reconsidering his Sampdoria status after another resignation in the staff.
Gigi Buffon thinks Antonio Conte is “dubious” on going from Juventus straight on to the Italy bench.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Juventus are in negotiations with Massimiliano Allegri to replace Antonio Conte.
Gigi Buffon feels Antonio Conte left Juventus due to “reasons within himself and nothing to do with the club.”
Ex-Juventus director Luciano Moggi is confident they can do without Antonio Conte. “Coaches come and go.”
Zinedine Zidane is emerging as a candidate to replace Antonio Conte at Juventus, as he recently quit Real Madrid.