With the first team set to begin its pre-season training camp on Wednesday, here are our predictions for the players most likely get on the field during the campaign.
Goalkeeper: Giuseppe Marchetti.
The Italian’s versatility is one of the few things that makes him a special player, and Marchetti is well suited to his role.
He can play in a number of different positions and also cover for injured players such as Sergio Aguero, Mario Mandzukic and James Rodriguez.
Marchetta has been one of Juventus’ best stoppers during his time in Serie A and could provide a more experienced option than his compatriot, Marcello Lippi, who is in his first season with the club.
Defender: Daniel Carvajal.
The Spaniard has been in fine form for the club during the past couple of seasons, playing a big part in Juventus’ treble-winning campaign last season.
He is also one of Juve’s most talented defenders and has played every minute of the club’s Serie A campaign so far.
Midfielder: Federico Macheda.
The Brazilian is one player who will undoubtedly get on and play regularly during the season, but the Argentine also has an eye for goal.
He has played in every Serie A game so far this season, and will be expected to be a key part of the squad as well.
Striker: Antonio Cassano.
The former Italy international will be the most expensive player in the squad, and his potential impact will be massive.
Juventus have been searching for a central striker for a while now and the Italian international is the perfect option to help bring the squad goals and assists.
Midway through the season the Italians are also looking to add more pace to their attack.
Goalkeeper: Andrea Barzagli.
The stopper is one Juventus player who is very close to joining the team for the campaign, and he will be used more as a back-up to the talismanic goalkeeper.
He was one of Italy’s most consistent stoppers in recent years, and if he can continue to play with the same level he did last season, he is a player who Juventus will surely want to keep.
Defender : Alessandro Nesta.
The diminutive Italian centre-back is a key member of the team’s defence, and is one who is already well-known around the city for his quality and leadership.
The 23-year-old has scored four goals and registered a further four assists during his six-year career with the Bianconeri.
Mid-fielder : Federico Marchetto.
The versatile Italian has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, but it looks like Juventus will be relying on the versatile attacker, rather than the other way around.
The 29-year old is currently on loan at Fiorentina, and it looks unlikely that he will join the La Liga side at the end of the season.
Forward: Antonio Candreva.
The 28-yearold Italian striker is already one of Serie A’s most promising talents, and has shown flashes of brilliance during his spell in the Italian capital.
The winger has also scored twice in the Europa League last season for Juve.
Injuries: Dani Alves (hamstring), Andrea Barragli (back) and Federico Lippi (concussion).