Paul Pogba asked to wear Juventus' No. 10, and he got it. With that, he has brought the pressure that comes such a historic number upon himself. But as we've come to find out, Pogba can handle anything thrown at him.
Paulo Dybala's long-term future is as some kind of variation of a seconda punta, no doubt, which will obviously cater to his ability to score goals and set them up. But where does he fit into Juventus' crowded striker puzzle this season?
With a €20 million price tag attached to his hip, Álvaro Morata turned out to be Juventus' big purchase this summer. How will the 21-year-old Spaniard adapt to life in Turin? Well, let's try and figure that out.
For the first time in a long time, Claudio Marchisio isn't guaranteed a starting spot as Juventus enter the 2014-15 season. He will play, sure, but how much — or where exactly — is something that is completely unknown right now.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is a force to be reckoned with. And at the age of 21, it only seems like the young Frenchman is only getting better as the months go by. What's next for Pogba? Let's investigate...
Once he shook off the rust of not playing much football at all for a year, Fernando Llorente made quite an impact in his first season with Juventus. But how will a new manager and new tactical system help or hurt Turin's current Rey León?