Serie A is almost over for another season, and many clubs have already turned their attention towards the 2013/14 season.
Juventus will look to win a third successive title, which will be massively significant when you consider that even the FIGC would have to acknowledge that the Bianconeri have won 30 Scudetti—and therefore earn a third star on their shirt.
This would be a feat that the Old Lady have only managed once before, when the Bianconeri won five successive Scudetti in the '30s.
It appears as if there will be a plenty of contenders, though, with Roma's American project continuing to gather pace, Milan now led by Mario Balotelli, Napoli potentially benefiting from a deal for Edinson Cavani, and an Inter side that continues to assemble talent, despite being in transition.
But ultimately, despite the endeavours of those teams looking to catch Juve, I feel that the champions will have too much once again—and here's why.