Trading for players is a practice that isn't very common in world football. Most big teams have deep pockets and don't have any problems dropping millions of dollars on the table to obtain a player that could make their current team better.
Italian teams don't have that luxury. There used to be a time when no team in world football could compete with the Italian powerhouses on a financial level, but in today's economy, it are the Italians who are unable to outbid teams from countries such as England, Spain or Germany.
This is one of the reasons trading players takes place in Italy more then in most other top leagues. Usually it involves teams from the lower divisions trading their young promising players (or at least a percentage of their rights) to a top team in exchange for cash considerations and a player that has had his chance and couldn't cut it at the highest level.
In this article, we'll explore a few trades between Juventus and foreign top teams that could realistically take place.