Juventus have undergone a huge squad overhaul this summer – adding six new players to the first team.
Di Maria and Pogba — although he’s currently injured — are big signings by the club. Both players joined as free agents. In Bremer, Juventus signed the best possible replacement of Matthjis De Ligt. The inclusion of Filip Kostić, Arkadiusz Milik and Leandro Paredes have strengthen the squad depth as well.
Despite losing some big names likes Paulo Dybala, Matthjis De Ligt, Giorgio Chiellini and Alvaro Morata. The squad looks much stronger than that available to Massimiliano Allegri last season.
I believe the current Juventus’ squad is good enough to compete and win the Scudetto. Juventus have not been close to the title in last two seasons, finishing fourth each time.
The squad is still not of caliber to be considered a legitimate contender for the UEFA Champions League but a progress needs to be made this year after being eliminated in the Round of 16 for the last three years.
All eyes are on Massimiliano Allegri now, Juventus have made a decent start to the season, gathering eight points from the first fourth games and are just two points off the leaders Atalanta.