OK ... so they're top of Serie A and cruising in the Champions League. Juventus aren't doing too badly with what they've got, admittedly. But while another Scudetto seems likely on its way to Turin, the 2013-14 campaign could be a very different story.
After a slow start, AC Milan have now shown their true quality and will challenge for honours next term. Inter, too, seem unlikely to spend the next season the sort of trouble they've been in recently. Lazio and Napoli—should they hold on to the players they've got and perhaps make one or two wise additions—will be problematic, and after a disastrous year, the American-owned AS Roma project must surely deliver on all its promise.
On top of all that, there'll be the UCL to think about, so the Bianconeri will have some transfer business to do this summer if they want to stay on top of it all.
But what are the most pressing requirements?