Juventus to give new signings a taste of Serie A title competition
Juventus are set to sign three new players this summer as they look to add to their attacking options in Serie A.
The Bianconeri will spend €12 million on a number of players including the likes of striker Andrea Iori, winger Carlos Bacca and goalkeeper Federico Bernardeschi.
Juventus will be able to sign up to four players in the summer transfer window and could also sign a new striker in the coming days.
The new signings are expected to make their debuts in the first team in the new season.
The Biancans have had their eye on Andrea Iori since the summer of 2016, with reports suggesting he would be their first signing of the new campaign.
Iori is a talented and experienced winger who has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu in the past.
However, Juventus have shown an interest in signing Iori in the years before he arrived at the Vicente Calderon, with their scouts reportedly having been working hard to secure a deal.
Juve are also looking to strengthen their front line by signing former Real Madrid man Andres Iniesta from Barcelona.
Iniesta is an important player for the Bianconese in the attacking half of the pitch, but they could be looking to add more depth at left-back if Iori moves on.
Andres Inui is a highly regarded player, who has won more La Liga titles than any other player in the country and has become one of the most popular players in Europe.
In a similar way, Juventus would be looking for more attacking options with Bacca signing for the first time.
The 20-year-old Argentinian is the latest player to join Juventus after being linked with the Biancoceleste for several years.
Bacca has been an integral part of the Biancian side for some time, with the Argentine striker scoring 14 goals in 31 appearances this season.
The signing of Andres is a coup for Juventus, who have had a difficult summer and the club are set for another big one in the season ahead.