However, having added the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente to their ranks, the Bianconeri are ready for European glory, according to their former captain.
"In the past my Juve had the Champions League as their objective," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Now there are two players in every position that you can choose from. With such a large squad Juve can win their third consecutive league title at a canter and also challenge for the Champions League."Del Piero also called on the Italian Football Federations (FIGC) to upgrade footballing facilities in the country, following England and Germany's lead.
"Let's look at what happened in England over the last 15 years, and then Germany," he said when asked if Italian football was progressing.
"They built or upgraded stadiums, solved the problem of security, worked on education in sport. In other countries there is respect for the rules, certainty of punishment, honesty.
"Rangers, a historic club, were punished [relegated to the bottom tier of Scottish football after being liquidated in 2012].
"We had World Cup '90 in Italy, but now we need a radical change."