Juventus have stressed that Carlos Tevez is not for sale and they expect the Argentinian striker to honour his contract with the club.
Reports in Italy claimed Tevez was looking to leave the Turin giants this summer to return to Argentina despite having one year left on his contract with Juve.
"I know that in his career he has moved a lot and that he is nostalgic about his country," Juventus general director Giuseppe Marotta said to the Italian press. "However, there are no premises for interrupting his contract which expires in 2016."
The agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba claims his phone is ringing off the hook with clubs all over Europe wanting to sign the Frenchman.
Pogba has been strongly linked with a move to Paris St Germain this summer while former club Manchester United as well as neighbours Manchester City and Premier League leaders Chelsea are also reported to be interested in signing the 22-year-old.
"Since the start of the year, I have received over 2000 phone call for him (Pogba)," Pogba's agent Mino Raiola said to Italian newspaper La Stampa. "I receive 20 calls a day and at least a few of them are to negotiate, but the right offer has yet to arrive.
"I believe if the right offer comes along for Pogba and for Juve, then the transfer will take place.
"But the biggest challenge will be for the Bianconero club to rebuild the team with that money."
Manchester City are rumoured to be lining up a 2-for-1 swap summer deal to sign Juventus central midfielder Paul Pogba.
According to reports in the Spanish media, the current Premier League champions are willing to part with midfielder Samir Nasri and forward Edin Dzeko to sign the French star, 22, who previously played for rivals Man Utd.
United would also love to (re-) sign Pogba when the next transfer window opens, but then all of Europe's top clubs want a piece of him.
The Football Association will not be allowed to lay a wreath in Turin this week to mark the 30th anniversary of the Heysel disaster.
With England playing Italy at the Juventus Stadium on Tuesday, the FA wanted to take the opportunity to commemorate the deaths of 39 supporters before the 1985 European Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus by laying a wreath at a memorial outside the ground in Turin.
The Italian club said they appreciated the gesture, but rejected the offer, claiming they did not want to detract from their own memorial in May.
The FA said it respected Juventus' wishes.
If this photo if anything to go by then scarves are compulsory for supporters of Juventus.
The Italian champions beat Dortmund 2-1 in Italy last night in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 meeting.
Spurs have sent representatives to a Milan hotel where they are ironing out a deal for Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza, according to reports in Italy.
Any transfer for the 23 year-old will need to be rubber stamped by Serie A giants Juventus, who retained 50% of Zaza's economic rights after selling him to Sassuolo in 2013.
According to Tuttosport, Juventus have the right to bring Zaza back to the club for £11m, but will not stand in Tottenham's way if the Premier League side table a better offer.
Mauricio Pochettino is keen to bolster his forward line this month and take some of the pressure of youngster Harry Kane.
Serie A side Juventus have been fined €4,000 by the Italian league after its supporters targeted AC Milan forward Mario Balotelli with racist chants during a win over Catania on Sunday.
Lazio were also fined €10,000 by Italian footballing authorities after its supporters displayed an offensive banner against UEFA's President Michel Platini.