With Juventus already claiming the Serie A title, rival clubs will be looking at recruiting new players in the summer transfer window to strengthen their sides in an attempt to close the gap between themselves and Massimo Allegri's team.
Here's a look at possible arrivals in Italy during the summer transfer window.
This season PSG claimed a third consecutive Ligue 1 title and Edinson Cavani played a big part in that. The Uruguayan has scored 28 goals in 50 appearances for the Parisian club playing out of position for the majority of the season on the left wing.
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Cavani was linked with a move away from PSG during the winter transfer window but nothing materialised. In recent weeks Juventus have been linked with a move for the striker and if a deal is done it would see Cavani return to the Serie A where he played for Napoli and Palermo.
Borussia Dortmund have had a season to forget this year after the club found themselves in the relegation zone just before Christmas. Since then the club has managed to turn their fortunes around and they are now fighting for a place in the Europa League.
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Scoring goals has been a real struggle for Dortmund this year and some of that is down to Ciro Immobile who has only scored ten goals in 17 appearances. Immobile only joined Dortmund at the start of the season from Torino but he is now being linked with a move to AC Milan in the summer. AC Milan too have had a season to forget, currently sitting in eleventh place.
AS Roma currently sit in second place in Serie A and up until February they were competing with Juventus for the title. Now they are competing with arch rivals Lazio and Rafa Benitez Napoli for the Champions League places.
Radja Nainggolan has been solid for Roma in midfield alongside Miralem Pjanic and Daniele de Rossi and his performances haven't gone unnoticed. Big clubs around Europe are said to be interested in signing the Belgian, the likes of Manchester United are one of the clubs to be linked with him.
Another club is the current Serie A champions Juventus. Juventus may lose one if not all of their centre midfield players this summer with Arturo Vidal, Paul Pogba and Andrea Pirlo all being linked with a move away from the club and Nainggolan would be the ideal replacement for either of the potential outgoing players.
Genoa have surprised a lot of people this season with the club currently sitting in sixth place and they have the chance to finish as high as fifth which would see the club qualify for the Europa League.
Iago Falque has had a terrific season scoring 14 goals and picking up three assists. The consistent top performances by the Spaniard have attracted the interest of Roberto Mancini's Inter.
Genoa currently sit four points above Inter in the table with two games left to play so whether or not Falque will want to leave Genoa is anyone's guess but will the chance to play for the Nerazzurri be too good to turn down.
Carlos Tevez and Juventus have had an amazing season this year winning the Serie A and the Coppa Italia, the club are also in the Champions League final where they will face Barcelona.
In recent weeks there has been reports that Tevez could be on his way out of the club in the Summer. The clubs the Argentine has been linked with are Liverpool, West Ham and Boca Juniors.
Handanovic has been the one shining light for Inter in a season that looks to end in disappointment for the club. With Manchester United in a battle with Real Madrid to keep David de Gea at Old Trafford, United are being linked with Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris. This could have a knock on effect with Tottenham being linked with a move for the Slovenian keeper as a replacement for Hugo Lloris.
The French central defender has looked good this season in a shaky Udinese back four. Lyon have been scouting the player in recent weeks and recent reports have suggested that the player is going to be heading to France in the Summer transfer window.
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