Serie A: Turin police arrest 12 Juventus 'ultras' on charges of criminal association, extortion and money laundering
The investigation by Turin prosecutors is linked to alleged infiltration of the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta crime mob into the ultras section at Juventus' Allianz Stadium
UEFA Champions League: European giants set to get the ball rolling again amidst talks of tournament revamp
While the battle for the Champions League of the future is fought behind the scenes, this week the continent's biggest clubs begin their latest quest for European glory with holders Liverpool dreaming of reaching another final in Istanbul.
European Club Association meets in Geneva over Champions League reforms as teams continue to remain divided
The battle over the future of the Champions League will resume on Monday and Tuesday when the European Club Association (ECA) meets in Geneva and the leadership faces rebellion from members.
UEFA postpones meeting with Europe's top clubs and leagues on controversial Champions League reforms
UEFA on Thursday postponed indefinitely a crucial summit with Europe's top football clubs and leagues in which controversial Champions League reforms were set to be discussed.
The German Football League (DFL) and its member clubs have unanimously rejected proposals to reform the UEFA Champions League.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri is amused by talk that he will leave the club at the end of the season, he said on Saturday, adding that he still had to meet club president Andrea Agnelli to discuss plans for the future.
European clubs demanded that UEFA 'properly include' them in any plans to change the Champions League, which could ensure top teams play more regularly.
Champions League: Napoli boss Aurelio De Laurentiis calls for 'boring' European football to be replaced with 80-team competition
Film-producer De Laurentiis, who bankrolls Napoli, believes UEFA's two European club competitions are outdated, proposing a new format that would see 80 teams compete in a single competition
Serie A: Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri rubbishes speculation over potential move away from Italian giants
The Turin side wrapped their eighth successive Serie A title — and the fifth under Allegri — two weeks ago, yet their quarter-final exit in the Champions League has left a question mark hanging over the coach
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi elected as European Club Association's representative to UEFA Executive Committee
Nasser al-Khelaifi, the Qatari president of French giants Paris Saint-Germain, was on Thursday officially appointed club representative on UEFA's Executive Committee, at the Congress of European football's governing body in Rome.
Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi to represent European Clubs Association on UEFA's executive committee
Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was elected to represent the European Clubs Association on UEFA's executive committee, the ECA said on Wednesday
UEFA to consider fast-tracking implementation of VAR for Champions League knockout stages, says president Aleksander Ceferin
UEFA opted against using VAR this season, despite the technology being used by major European leagues in Spain, Italy and Germany, and the World Cup in Russia earlier this year.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin and Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of the European Club Association have said there will be no breakaway European Super League.
European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli says third-tier UEFA league will help smaller teams to increase exposure
European Club Association member and president of Juventus Andrea Agnelli has stated that a third tier European league will allow smaller teams to play international matches, making it important, even if it isn't lucrative.
European Clubs Association demands ‘open and transparent’ discussion with FIFA chief on plans for new events
The European Clubs Association (ECA) on Wednesday demanded "open and transparent" discussions with FIFA president Gianni Infantino over his plans for new, or enlarged, global club and international competitions.
Champions League: Juventus blames UEFA chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina of bias against Serie A clubs
Juventus is still fuming over the penalty that resulted in its elimination from the Champions League, with club president Andrea Agnelli calling for the removal of UEFA chief refereeing officer Pierluigi Collina
Buffon's contract runs until the end of the season and he had initially planned to retire following this year's World Cup in Russia but Italy failed to qualify.
Serie A: Juventus president Andreas Agnelli's ticket scam ban reduced after appeal to Italian Football Federation
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli saw his one-year ban over a ticket sales scandal ended after less than three months, following an appeal to the Italian Football Federation.
Serie A: Juventus fans have links to 'Ndrangheta mafia, say Italian justice officials after investigation of ticket sales
Judge Giacomo Marson believes Juventus had to know that the management of the sale of tickets to the ultras was "not very transparent".
Serie A: Juventus president Andrea Agnelli banned for a year for selling tickets to mafia-linked groups
Agnelli was also fined €20,000 ($23,770) while champions Juventus copped a fine of €300,000 ($356,000).