Five significant signings by Juventus that shaped their success and made them a power-house as the club makes two other free signings.
Juventus are known to make economical signings, which have always worked in their favour, and have made them a power-house in Europe and the hegemon in Italy, since they have won eight successive Serie A titles.
The Turin based club, despite all the success, does not spend massively in market, and managed to sign another two free agents this summer- Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot, right now the latter has given a medical to Juventus.
The Italian Champions are looking forward to win next year’s Champions league and with Ramsey and Rabiot joining the squad, the Old lady are definitely a strong side to look out ahead of next season.
Therefore, the Sportsrush will discuss five significant signings that changed Juventus forever.
The Italian maestro joined Juventus after living out his contract at AC Milan, Andrea Pirlo enjoyed three successive campaigns with Juventus, and was crucial in Juventus’ historic undefeated streak.
The legendary midfielder took Juventus to a Champions league final, which they eventually lost to Barcelona, but Pirlo gave immense success to the Italian outfit, even though he came for free.
Paul Pogba signed for Juventus after he refused to sign a new contract, the French International further went onto win four Serie A titles with Juventus and a Champions league final. In Juventus, he gained to prominence after making a strong alliance with Arturo Vidal and Pirlo.
Later, the player gave a huge financial boost, while he made a return to Manchester United, as the Red Devils paid £89.3 million for the player to join the Old Trafford.
Sami Khedira joined Juventus from Real Madrid on a free transfer in 2015 and signed a four year contract, the 32-year-old midfielder played a crucila role to maintain Juventus’ domestic success, and replaced Arturo Vidal efficiently.
The German International further took the Italian club in a Champions league final in 2017, which they lost against Real Madrid. Currently, Juventus see him as a viable option in the club and gave him an extension till 2021, last year.
Even though he has only spent one season with the club, but in terms of longevity, it is a brilliant business by Juventus, the player is tied with Juventus till 2022, and have already won the league in his debut season.
His versatility makes him an impactful player in the squad.
The Brazilian International joined Juventus after leaving Barcelona in 2016, the 36-year-old right back had a brief association with the club but he had a major impact with the Italian outfit. His season with Juventus was among one of the best seasons in his career.
Alves helped them to reach another Champions league final in 2017, but lost to Real Madrid. However, the player failed to make a legacy at Juventus as he switched for PSG next season.