It has been an incredible campaign for Juventus, on track for an all-time record number of points following Monday’s win over Atalanta. Even before kickoff in that match, Roma’s surprising loss to Catania on Sunday had ensured they had already clinched their third consecutive league title, a historic achievement La Madama had not managed since the 1930s.
As such, it is inevitable that talk has already turned to next season and the changes that may be made to the Bianconeri squad, with the club management seeking players who can lift the team to the next level. Rumours of players like Barcelona’s Alexis Sanchez, via Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, and Jeremy Menez of Paris Saint-Germain, via the Swiss press (h/t Football Italia), grow stronger every day, but perhaps many of the options needed are already on the Juve books.
The Turin giants own—or at least co-own—many of the brightest talents on the peninsula, and over the following pages, there are five youngsters listed who could help the Old Lady in 2014-15.
For clarification, players over the age of 21 were excluded, ruling out names like Ciro Immobile, Luca Marrone, Manolo Gabbiadini and Simone Zaza.