Between Calciopoli and this summer, Juventus have spent €221.73 million on players according to Goal.com. Out of those players, only Antonio Nocerino, Cristian Molinaro, Paolo De Ceglie, Leonardo Bonucci, Milos Krasic, Marco Storari, Fabio Quagliarela, Simone Pepe, Alessandro Matri and Andrea Barzagli have been positive signings for Juventus. The money paid for them, plus the amounts paid for talented youngsters like Mario Kirev, adds up to €60.6 million.
That means €161.13 million of this money has been spent on players that have had little or no impact in the team and should have not been bought in the first place.
Here is a list of five players that were linked with Juventus and could have been signed. These players all together would cost €109 million and would have made the Juve squad one of the best in Europe.