Major Transfer Need: None!
There are three European clubs that consistently win in the transfer market: Bayern Munich, Porto and Benfica.
Bayern are the biggest of the three and have constructed a squad capable of being a dynasty.
In the coming seasons, they will seriously challenge Benfica's mythic 29 straight league wins (which was almost broken by Dinamo Zagreb six years ago).
The one concern with this Bayern team is Jerome Boateng.
He has low football IQ, relies heavily on his athleticism, loses his player on set-pieces, is shielded by a world-class defender in Dante and is very rarely drawn out of position due to Philipp Lahm being Philipp Lahm.
Jerome would be the weak link, but is he an accident-waiting-to-happen like Jeffrey Bruma? No.
If that was the case, Boateng would be warming the benches, and Bayern wouldn't have the best defensive record in Europe's top leagues—having only conceded 13 league goals in 27 games.
Bayern are always proactive, hence the future signing of Jan Kirchhoff in the summer (via FCBayern.com), who could end up being a starter at centre-half for Die Bayern next season.
Bayern vs. Juventus will be like Hungary vs. Germany in the 1954 FIFA World Cup final.
Except Juve are Germany, and Bayern are Hungary (Yes, I'm aware that Bayern are a German club).
Every World Cup cycle, the Mighty Magyars are mentioned due to their dominance, and Bayern have been unforgettable this season.
Of course, if you know your World Cup history, Germany pulled off Das Wunder von Bern.
It would be a devastating psychological blow if this great Bayern side falls short in the UEFA Champions League (again).