It's time for the final game of the Serie A season and while Juventus have already been crowned Champions of Italy for a record sixth straight time, they're gunning for another win to ensure they maintain that winning momentum looking ahead to next week and the Champions League final.
A remarkable team that sacrifices and works for one another, the Bianconeri are clearly the best-balanced side in Europe. With talent in every area of a pitch and a team that can score in a multitude of ways, some...
Massimiliano Allegri has already decided he wants to continue as Juventus manager irrespective of how the Champions League final against Real Madrid unfolds.
The 49-year-old coach, who takes Juve to Bologna for the last match of the Serie A season on Saturday, has already wrapped up his third Scudetto in Turin and is targeting the treble this term.
With this year's Coppa Italia secured too, victory over reigning European champions Real on June 3 would cap a tremendous achievement for Allegri, and...
Mario Mandzukic has committed his future to Serie A champions Juventus until June 2020.
Mandzukic, 31, has scored 11 goals for Juve in all competitions this term, while registering another eight assists.
The Croatia international has helped the club to the Serie A title and Coppa Italia this season, while they can complete the Treble when they face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on June 3.
The top two each wrapped a league title last weekend, Next stop Cardiff, via Shaka Hislop's latest Power Rankings!
1. Juventus (no change)
A 3-0 win against Crotone confirmed what, in truth, most of us have expected all season: Juventus are champions of Italy for the sixth straight game. With two parts of a treble complete, only Real Madrid stand between Max Allegri's men and footballing immortality.
2. Real Madrid (no change)
With Barcelona poised to take advantage of any slip, Madrid...