Juventus are back at the top of the league, but this will not be enough to appease Juventini, who have grown accustomed to domestic success over the past two seasons with Antonio Conte in charge.
The Bianconeri's transfer policy will be geared toward helping the side become a Champions League contender, meaning they will look to target a high-caliber player or those with excellent potential who can eventually cut it on the European stage.
Here are the latest transfer rumours and news surrounding the Old Lady.
Updated 21st December
Antonio Conte has revealed his desire to one day coach the Italian national team.
The Juventus manager was speaking to the club's official magazine, Hurrà Juventus (via Football Italia), stating "I'd like to take it."
With the Bianconeri still somewhat unfulfilled in the Champions League during Conte's time at the club, it would be a surprise if he was to take the job after next summer's World Cup.
But the Azzurri would be a formidable side with Conte in charge further down the line.
Mirko Vucinic is being shopped by Juventus in a bid to land a player capable of helping the side adapt to a 4-3-3 formation.
Given Vucinic's age and erratic form, a straight swap for either player would be a superb deal for the Bianconeri.
Juventus and PSG are in negotiations to strike a deal for Frenchman Jeremy Menez, according to L'Equipe (via Football Italia).
Menez has found it tough to find first team action this season, with Lucas Moura and Ezequiel Lavezzi ahead in Laurent Blanc's first team plans.
Menez had a spell in Serie A with Roma, but he struggled to consistently deliver and the Giallorossi cashed in on the player.
Juventus will have to fight off competition from Manchester United and Arsenal for club legend Claudio Marchisio.
Il Sussidiario (via Football Italia) suggest that the Premier League duo will make a move for Il Principino in January.
The 27-year-old has fallen out of favour due to the form of Paul Pogba, but with Andrea Pirlo yet to sign an extension, it would be a risk to sell a player who bleeds black and white.
Marchisio's form has been frustrating and a change of scenery could be ideal to rekindle his best form ahead of the World Cup.
Mirko Vucinic could be set to leave Juventus in January, with the Guardian (via Football Italia) reporting that Spurs could be ready to table a bid next month.
The Montenegro international has found it difficult to come by first team action this season, with a combination of injuries and the arrivals of strikers Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente.
Spurs, who have been without a manager since Monday, when Daniel Levy fired Andre Villas-Boas, would look to secure a loan move initially, but the Old Lady are reported to be adamant that the 30-year-old will only depart on a permanent basis.
Sebastian Giovinco and Antonio Cassano could swap clubs in January, according to Sky Italia (via Football Italia).
Cassano is enjoying a starring role with Parma this season, with Roberto Donadoni obtaining the best out of the 31-year-old.
With the possibility of featuring for Italy at the World Cup still not out of the question, it would be a risk for Cassano to move so soon after finding an ideal situation for his career.
Giovinco has failed to deliver since returning to the Bianconeri and with first team chances a rarity, Formica Atomica is itching for a move away.
A return to the Crociati where he enjoyed his best playing days of his career to date makes sense, but the Old Lady will be fortunate to persuade Parma to include Cassano in the deal.
PSG are reported to be reigniting their interest in Juve's Paul Pogba, with L'Equipe (via Football Italia) reporting that a €40 million bid is being readied for the January transfer window.
The mercurial 20-year-old is Europe's best young player after picking up the Golden Boy award, and the French champions are keen to add the midfielder to their side.
Pogba is not close to fulfilling his potential though, with his value set to soar, meaning that the Bianconeri will probably be reluctant to sell at this stage of his career.
PSG already have Blaise Matuidi, Thiago Motta and Marco Verratti, but given that Laurent Blanc plays three centre-midfielders usually, extra bodies are needed.
Pogba is capable of playing for any side in Europe, and despite PSG's rise to prominence in recent years, it would be seen as a sideways move at best.
Juventus are in the hunt for Athletic's starlet Iker Muniain and the Bianconeri could push for a deal as early as January.
Athletic are notorious for holding out for the sum of the buyout clause when there is interest in their players, so Muniain would not be a cheap option.
That figure is reported to be €38 million, a fee that Juve could bulk at, but the talent of the 21-year-old could make such a deal worthwhile.
The under-21 international shot to fame a couple of seasons ago, but has not progressed quite as quickly as some expected.
Mundo Deportivo (via Football Italia) report that Antonio Conte's side are closely following the Spaniard and that a deal could go ahead in January.
Juve are still in the race for Newcastle's fine goalkeeper Tim Krul, but there appears to be competition coming from Napoli for the Dutchman's services.
The Bianconeri may look to give Gianluigi Buffon some legitimate competition for the No. 1 jersey and Napoli are planning ahead with the probability that Pepe Reina will not make his loan move a permanent one.
Rafael Cabral is seen as a back-up for the time being, so the Partenopei could challenge Juve for the services of one of the Premier League's best goalkeepers, according to Forza Italian Football.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta has quelled talk that the club will look to make significant changes in the wake of their acrimonious Champions League exit to Galatasaray.
The Bianconeri supremo revealed the club's feelings after their exit to Sky Sport Italia (via Football Italia), "We were very bitter at going out."
However, Marotta continued: "Juve don’t need to repair the team in January and in all honesty I don’t think there will be any advantageous moves for us."
This seems logical, as the Coppa Italia and Europa League are not going to be priorities for the Old Lady this season and the Scudetto is a title that they are firm favourites to win for a third successive year.
Strengthening of the squad will probably be delayed until next summer, when Juve will aim to better prepare Conte for a deeper run in the Champions League.