MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JULY 08: Manchester City's manager Pep Guardiola poses for photographs outside the Etihad Stadium on July 8, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Barrington Coombs/Getty Images)

With the club sealing yet another Serie A title, Juventus should be a club satisfied with their season. However, even a TIM Cup thrashing of AC Milan cannot satisfy the ravenous appetite of the 7-time consecutive Serie A winners. Juventus are set for a very busy summer, apparently, if the words of their general manager, Giuseppe Marotta are anything to go by. Caught by Football Italia, Marotta was quoted as saying: “The club’s goal is to create a mix between young and old,

“Compared to the past our attacking structure is of the highest level, it can even compete with Real Madrid. We have to look to the future though and perhaps make investments.”

When asked about the attack specifically, he elaborated further, saying: “[Federico] Bernardeschi and [Paulo] Dybala are not yet 26.

“Marko Pjaca? He’ll come back to us and then we’ll evaluate. As for Mandzukic, he’s a great player and we’re happy.

“However, we also have to understand what’s in his head to understand if he’s motivated to stay here. I’d say he is.”

He did, though, rule out a move for AC Milan prodigy Gianluigi Donnarumma, saying: “We’re not interested.”



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