Juventus are two key signings away from being serious UEFA Champions League contenders.
Paolo De Ceglie will not be as bad as Cristian Molinaro but the 25-year-old’s upside is limited, so a left-back must be signed in the summer transfer window.
Antonio Conte will be looking for an attacking left-back to play wing-back in a 3-5-2—a formation he used in 34 percent of Juve’s Serie A games.
A centre-forward capable of scoring 25 goals or more per season could turn Conte’s side into a dynasty. Alessandro Matri did not play with a sense of urgency. Mirko Vučinić’s finishing was abhorrent. Marco Borriello cared more about his hair than scoring goals. Fabio Quagliarella has never scored 25 goals in one season.
Transfer needs: attacking left-back and centre-forward. This article will break up the targets into three different signings: Italian, foreign and U-23.