Allegri wants another 400 games with Juve
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has brushed aside rumours of a move to England's Premier League by saying he hopes to be at the helm of the Serie A champions for "another 300 or 400" games.
Juve march on as Allegri England rumours swirl
The prospect of Massimiliano Allegri following Chelsea manager Antonio Conte to the Premier League appear on the increase as Juventus travel to Cagliari on Sunday looking to tighten their grip on Serie A.
Venezuela's Rincon joins Juventus, Pavoletti at Napoli
Genoa's Venezuelan international Tomas Rincon has signed an eight-million-euro ($8.3m) deal for Serie A champions Juventus until June 2020, the Italian league leaders announced on Tuesday.
No plane advantage for Juventus says Allegri
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri denied on Thursday that his side were at an advantage because their Italian Super Cup final opponents AC Milan touched down in Qatar 24 hours late.
Allegri eases pressure on Higuain after goals drought ends
Juventus don't care who scores, as long as they win, coach Massimiliano Allegri insisted after Gonzalo Higuain ended his five-week goal drought to help secure a precious 2-0 Champions League win over Dinamo Zagreb.
Higuain denies getting death threats, armed guard
Gonzalo Higuain has angrily denied being given an armed escort or receiving death threats following his mega-money move to Serie A champions Juventus from rivals Napoli.
Allegri defiant as Juve made to wait
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri insists the Italians can still finish top of their Champions League group after a 1-1 draw with Lyon dashed hopes of early qualification to the last 16.