The Turin giants are determined to decorate their shirt in a way befitting of a side holding 30 domestic league titles, despite the Bianconeri officially having just 27 Scudetti
For all the latest reports and transfer rumours, visit our dedicated section here.Juventus will add a third star to their jersey if they win Serie A this season, regardless of the fact that they have not yet reached the traditional requirement to do so, Tuttosport reports.
Officially, the Turin giants are on 27 domestic league titles at the moment as the Italian football association (FIGC) stripped Juventus of the two Scudetti they won in 2005 and 2006 for their involvement in the Calciopoli scandal.
In Italian football, every star on a team's jersey represents 10 Serie A titles. Even if the Old Lady claim the domestic championship this season, they will still fall two Scudetti short of the mark, at least on paper.
Nevertheless, the Bianconeri are adamant that they are currently on 29 titles as they feel FIGC were wrong to take away the 2005 and 2006 triumphs, and will therefore add a third star to their kit if they secure their '30th' Scudetto this term.
Juventus currently sit atop of the Serie A table after 33 games. They defend a three-point lead over runners-up AC Milan in the remaining five matches.