'Juventus need a signing like Higuain and two more to return to the top,' says Tardelli

The former Italy international has voiced his opinion that the Bianconeri are in need of three signings in order to make the final step to return to the top
Former Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli, who played for the Old Lady from 1975 until 1985, has stated his belief that Real Madrid attacker Gonzalo Higuain would be a good signing for the Serie A giants.

The 57-year-old Tardelli feels that the Bianconeri need three more signings in order to return to the top, and the former Italy star is of the opinion that the Argentine forward would be a valuable addition.

"It would take them three more signings in order to make that final leap in quality. And a striker of international class, someone like Higuain, would be very useful," Tardelli was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"Additionally, they need another midfielder of the highest level, and a good back-up for Pirlo. Andrea will need to be rested occasionally for the Champions League next year."

Juventus currently sit second in Serie A, and are widely expected to qualify for next year's edition of European club football's elite tournament.

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