Juventus are again rebuilding and are expected to buy some quality players to improve on the 2010-2011 squad. Frederrik Sorensen, Simone Pepe, Alessandro Matri and Fabio Quagliarella are all expected to be signed on permanent deals and Marco Motta, Armand Traore and Leandro Rinaudo are expected to go back to their parent clubs. The future of Alberto Aquilani is up in the air and will likely stay that way for a while.
Juventus brought in Antonio Conte as the head coach, and the players that will join this summer are expected to fit into a 4-2-4 (sometimes 4-2-3-1) formation, Conte's favorite. Andrea Pirlo and Reto Ziegler have already been added to the squad.
There are some positions that Juventus lack quality and depth in. The left back position needs improvement, and there is no right back in the squad at all. No left wingers are found in the squad either, and Del Piero is getting too old to play full matches, so there is a need to bring in a new second striker as well.
With the right players added to the squad, Juventus could easily finish in the top four and even challenge for Scudetto.