Juventus: How They've Attacked the Summer Transfer Window and Why

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Juventus: How They've Attacked the Summer Transfer Window and Why
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General Director Beppe Marotta (right) and owner Andrea Agnelli (left) have handled the transfer market in a different way than has been expected.

This summer has been a shocking one for Juventus fans.  As the World Cup wound down they expected at least one big-name signing to help Antonio Conte finally reach the rarefied air of Europe's elite.

Now, the talismanic coach has left the team, while the biggest names Juve were linked with in the market—Alexis Sanchez and Juan Manuel Iturbe—have been gobbled up by other clubs.  Juve have instead invested in longer-term projects and role players—and have suddenly found themselves fighting to keep their best players.

Who has come in?  Who has been shown the door?  Why have Juve conducted their transfer market the way they have thus far?  Let's delve into it and find out.

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