Juventus have had a great year—let's make that clear from the start.
However, having such a rich history and being accustomed to domestic success, the Bianconeri crave a little more.
Their adventure back in the Champions League was a success to a degree, but it fizzled out against the side that are now red-hot favourites to win the Final at Wembley in a few weeks.
Bayern Munich completely outclassed Juventus, but the Old Lady will feel, rather arrogantly, that they might have come a little closer had they been able to offer a little more firepower in the final third.
Mirko Vucinic is a luxury of sorts, often drifting in and out of games and conjuring up a piece of magic when he feels like it.
But ask the Montenegrin to be the centrepiece of a strike force aiming to win the European cup—well, that is not what Mirko does, and he badly craves a big, strong forward capable of reducing the burden on him, both in terms of goals and as a more prominent option for the side to play through.
Fernando Llorente is joining on a free transfer this summer, but even the Athletic Bilbao forward could leave the Bianconeri short against the creme of Europe.
The Daily Mail, among others, have reported that Juventus are keen to re-sign the Swedish superstar, and the man himself declared it was "an honour" to be courted by the Italian champions in an interview with Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
So how would the Old Lady line up for a second spell with Zlatan? Let's take a look.
He was a little suspect in the tie with Bayern, but other than that, Buffon has been excellent this season and appears to have plenty more years between the sticks for the Bianconeri.
He's perhaps doubted by some due to his age, but the Azzurri international has had a super season and might be the pick of the three centre-backs.
Assured of his place for next season.
Underrated across Europe to a degree, one of the best of his kind around.
Bonucci is brilliant on the ball and is responsible for starting a host of Juve's attacks.
The third of a fine back three. Maybe his influence is reduced because of the excellence of the other two, but Chiellini remains one of the finest defenders on the Peninsula.
Another excellent season in Serie A for the Swiss international.
This role is perfect for him, as it gives a lovely balance in defence and attack down Juve's right side.
An energetic midfielder capable of bursting beyond the strikers—remember what Ibrahimovic did for Antonio Nocerino.
The Milan midfielder scored 10 goals in a career that produced a previous Serie A best of four, so imagine what Vidal could do with Ibrahimovic.
It's scary how effective the Chilean could be if able to rely upon Ibrahimovic to hold the ball up and bring him into play with his vision and creativity.
The burden of creativity with which Pirlo has been shackled somewhat this season will be lifted if Ibrahimovic was to join the Bianconeri.
The role he played with Milan would mean that he would demand plenty of the ball and be a creative influence in tandem with Pirlo, which will make Juve a much more diverse side going forward.
Marchisio would benefit from Ibrahimovic in a similar way to Vidal.
Marchisio's energy to get forward and excellent feet to manipulate the ball in and around the penalty area will make him highly effective playing combinations with Zlatan.
Perhaps a bit harsh on Kwadwo Asamoah, but despite some impressive displays on the left this season, the Ghanaian has been a little inconsistent.
Senad Lulic will give much more balance in a similar vain to Lichtsteiner, with great drive and power, offering defensive solidarity, too.
This role will give Vucinic much more joy than his more advanced one this season.
The combinations that he would create with Zlatan would be a pleasure to watch, and Juve's attack would suddenly compliment their super-strong midfield, rather than rely upon it to break down the opposition.
Ibrahimovic would lead the line initially, but you would never demand that such a talented player should stick to a role vigilantly.
Ibra would drop deep and allow the likes of Marchisio and Vidal to dash beyond him from midfield, or look to play his way through the defence with Vucinic's help.
If Juve were struggling to play their way through teams with intricate pass-and-move triangles, Ibrahimovic can also offer the aerial threat in the area, with Lulic and Lichtsteiner very adept at crossing accurately.
The possibilities are plentiful, and Juve's attack would instantly be elevated in many capacities.