Juventus will have to perform quite a balancing act, deciding which players to keep, which to sell and which to buy. They simply have to mount a better challenge in Europe. They have not made the semi-finals of the Champions League since 2003.
Paul Pogba is constantly a rumour. Then there is Fernando Llorente, who scored 16 goals in Serie A this season, a player many Juventus fans admire but also a player who could bring in a bit of money.
But money isn't really a problem. Agnelli says, per Football Italia, that the club expect to make €300 million over the next three seasons, excluding any UEFA prize money. What a new stadium can do.
Let's take a look at the latest rumours.