Prediction: How Juventus will line up in 2015/16

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Juventus have exceeded expectations this season after a fine run in the Champions League, wining Serie A by a staggering 17 points and wining their domestic cup competition too.

The club have also started to complete some early signings as well. The £25 million grab of Paulo Dybala looks to be a very solid buy for the Italian outfit. Plus nabbing Real Madrid’s Sami Kherdira on a free transfer will go someway to covering the loss of the departing Andrea Pirlo.

Juventus also look set to lose the power and presence of their French giant Paul Pogba. With Manchester City looking to replace Yaya Toure and Real Madrid in the market for a new midfielder the 22-year-old represents hot-property this summer.

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Juventus however should be able to keep hold of both Arturo Vidal and Alvaro Morata for the new season as they look to start again and build from last season’s successes.

The departing Carlos Tevez will be a sore loss for Juve, the Argentine is heading back to his home country to play for Boca Juniors and will not be looking to stay-on in Italy, despite all the success he has enjoyed this season.

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Here is a look at how Juventus could line up next season following the departure of some familiar faces and arrival of new signings during the summer transfer window!

Predicted Juventus starting XI: Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Barzagli, Evra; Khedira, Vidal, Marchisio, Dybala, Morata.

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