Scudetto champions Juventus have revealed the club’s targets for next season and their priorities for the transfer window.
According to Corriere dello Sport, the Bianconeri will not make a decision on their long-term future until they have secured a new contract.
“We want a very strong team,” they told Corrieren.
“We have two great players: Gervinho and Dani Alves, who has been with us for eight years.”
This year, we have two new signings: Sergio Ramos and Andrea Ranocchia.
“There are three or four new players, with the exception of [Ciro] Capitani, who we have already decided on.”
The team’s sporting director Massimo Galliani has made it clear that the Biancocelesti are not willing to part with players who have been linked with moves to the Premier League.
“The team is very strong,” he said.
“If the players want to leave, we’ll be very clear, but we have to find a solution.”
The Bianconers are currently second in Serie A with a record of 22 points after winning their last seven games.