It's been a summer of evolution rather than revolution for Antonio Conte's Juventus, but that doesn't mean they haven't been making significant moves in the transfer market.
The signings of Fernando Llorente, Carlos Tevez and Angelo Ogbonna suggest this summer is about reinforcing an already strong squad. The focus has been on quality rather than quantity.
With that being said, being the Italian champions and contenders for the latter stages of the Champions League, they've naturally been linked to plenty of players from around the football world. They've also been working hard to lose some dead weight.
Though there have been few new faces arriving in Turin, it's been anything but a quiet summer for the Bianconeri.