Goal.com looks at changes which could happen at Juventus...
Here, we analyse the possible changes at the Old Lady.
|Chiellini, future captain
Unfortunately for Juventus fans, the praise finishes here.
|Felipe Melo, forced stay
If offers arrive, the club would consider selling, albeit at a loss. As such, there is a chance that they will be given another opportunity to prove themselves. The same goes for Amauri. Andrea Barzagli, on the other hand, would not make a difference as he arrived for free, and thus he can be an alternative for the defence next year. The same for Paolo De Ceglie.
The list of players whose career at Juventus is potentially over is a long one. Vincenzo Iaquinta, Fabio Grosso, Zdenek Grygera, Marco Motta, Simone Pepe, Momo Sissoko and Luca Toni should be waving goodbye to Juve at the end of term. Marco Storari and Alex Manninger are luxuries that Juventus in the Europa League, or out of it, cannot afford. Therefore in this case it depends on offers. Hasan Salihamidzic's deal will expire, and there is also the cost of Leandro Rinaudo's loan deal to consider. If this is not a revolution then what is?
|Iaquinta,time to go
|Del Neri, mission failed
|Aquilani, questions over stay
The common factor in their stories, however, is their high price - €16.5million, €16m and €18m respectively. For Quagliarella about €5m has already been paid - and thus the decision to surrender him would be a questionable economical choice at the very least. It remains to be seen what the situation is with Aquilani and Matri; for the midfielder, the feeling is that without a discount on his value, his future will be back in England with Liverpool. For the attacker Matri, the informal agreements between Giuseppe Marotta and Massimo Cellino have not yet been revealed.
|Marotta, where next?
Among those still unsure of their Juve futures is Beppe Marotta, who was welcomed as the Messiah at Juventus because he was a "football man who understood it." The results, however, do not demonstrate that the club made the right choice. The professionalism and competence of the general director cannot be questioned, but some transfer choices have left some observers puzzled. It seems there is doubt at the club as to whether to continue the relationship.
|Capello, bench dream
Luciano Spalletti and Walter Mazzarri would be able to understand the issues at the club and deal with them properly. As tacticians with great pedigree, they would available to come in. There are not many more options though. Intriguing, but perhaps not feasible, is the assumption that would lead to the return of Didier Deschamps for a second spell. He has international experience which is what the club is looking for and he has proven to be able to handle the top level by taking Marseille back to the top of French football after years of neglect. Convincing Marcello Lippi to return for a third marriage would be unlikely.
|Spalletti, fascinating possibility
But beyond the names, positions or quotes, what the fans hope for is a standard of player who could rise to a leading role.