Juventus are planning a real shopping spree in the summer, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Old Lady look highly unlikely to ensure Champions League football through league finish, but the club chiefs are, nevertheless, ready to invest considerable funds in new players.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli is desperate to get the club back on track after yet another disappointing season and he will make significant funds available for transfers next summer.
The Bianconeri are reportedly close to signing Brazilian hotshot Gabriel Appelt, while they are also tracking the progress of Palermo striker Aberl Hernandez.
General manager Beppe Marotta is also planning bids for Ricardo Montolivo and Andrea Pirlo as he looks to address the shortage of quality in central midfield.
It also appears that Juve are on the verge of making Andrea Aquilani’s loan move permanent for the fee thought to be between €10 million and €12 million.
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