The Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport is moving forward on Tuesday as Juventus are preparing a revolution in the next transfer window and have six players referenced, including two Portuguese.
The early elimination of the Champions League against Ajax has led the Bianconeri to decide that it needs a big investment for the team to reach the next Champions League final next year at the Ataturk stadium in Turkey.
The defense will be one of the sectors that should be strengthened. According to the Italian publication, Raphael Varane and Kostas Manolas are the main targets of the leaders of the 'Vecchia Signora'. Matthijs de Ligt, which is intended by half-Europe, and Reuben Dias are other alternatives.
For the midfield, Juventus have already confirmed the arrival of Aaron Ramsey, but is still not satisfied with the quality in this area of the field. For this, Lyon's young Frenchman Tanguy Ndombele, also wanted by Manchester City, and Spain's Isco on the list of potential signings. The midfielder gained a new life with the arrival of Zidane to Real Madrid, but it is not certain his continuity in the Santiago Bernabéu.
Paul Pogba is also on the list of 'bianconeri' leaders, who left Torino to return to Manchester United three seasons ago
Finally, Juventus looks for new companions of attack for Cristiano Ronaldo. Joao Félix, who has been appointed to several European colossi, and Federico Chiesa of Fiorentina, are the youngsters who dazzle the 'Vecchia Signora', who, according to 'Corriere dello Sport', ponders selling Douglas Costa and Paulo Dybala to these hirings.