JUVENTUS NEWS

Claudio Ranieri has vowed to bring an Italian edge to Fulham. “For us Italians, it is important to maintain a clean sheet.”
Benfica left-back Alex Grimaldo has reportedly said ‘yes’ to a summer switch to Juventus.
Gonzalo Higuain’s agent-brother has rubbished the ‘lie’ that the striker wants out of Milan.
Milan and Juventus are reportedly keeping tabs on Liverpool midfielder Fabinho, who has hardly figured this season.
Iago Falque says he is confident of signing a new contract with Torino and ‘winning things’ at the club.
Juventus are sweating over the fitness of Miralem Pjanic after the midfielder left Bosnia-Herzegovina’s training camp with a muscle injury.
Juventus are reportedly pressing for Sandro Tonali but would let Brescia keep the starlet on loan.
Milan President Paolo Scaroni insists ‘I prefer three consecutive participations in the Champions League to one Scudetto.’
Marco Asensio reportedly wants to reunite with former Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus.
Moise Kean was on target for the Italy Under-21 side against England, but admits he doesn’t know if he’ll leave Juventus in January.
Former Juventus director Beppe Marotta is ready to join Inter, but he had been in talks with Paris Saint-Germain, it’s reported.
Dominic Solanke’s brace gave England the 2-1 friendly win in Ferrara, as Moise Kean’s header was the only one of the Italy Under-21 team’s many chances to go in.
Max Allegri tries to focus Juventus on the “nine games to go before the Winter break. We must be in the running for all our targets come March.”
Gianluigi Donnarumma admits he was “too embarrassed to talk to Cristiano Ronaldo” and is proud to represent Italy against Portugal.
Roberto Mancini has still not decided who to use in attack against Portugal, as Ciro Immobile and Domenico Berardi are both tested.
Paulo Dybala believes Juventus “have a great chance to win the Champions League this year”, but insists it’s not “an obsession”.
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata believes Antonio Conte “could have done very well” at Real Madrid.
Napoli forward Jose Callejon assures “we all believe” in the Scudetto, but doesn’t see a two horse race with Juventus.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik believes “we’re in a good place” and after the international break they’ll “try to reduce the gap to Juventus”.
Report journalist Federico Ruffo, who suffered an attempted arson attack, laments “the hatred that comes out when it comes to football” as “I’m a Juventus fan”.