Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri insists the club has no need to spend a massive amount of money to get their best players on the field.
Allegri is currently in his second spell in charge at the San Siro and, having spent two years in charge of Lazio, has built a strong team, winning the Coppa Italia in each of the past three years.
It has paid off.
Allegri’s side have won the league, Copa del Rey, Champions League, Coppa italia and Serie A title in the last two seasons.
They also managed to reach the Coppiroli semi-finals in each year of his tenure.
In the Cozzarello era, Juventus have won four trophies and reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Allegrini has a long list of trophies under his belt, including the Coppo Italia, Serie A, Coppia di Torino and Coppa della Liga.
He’s been the boss for more than three years and is known for his tactical style and tactical smarts.
His first-choice side of defensive midfielder Andrea Barzagli, centre-back Daniele De Rossi and central midfielder Leonardo Bonucci is one of the best in the world.
Allegro also likes to deploy three or four wing-backs who are adept at dribbling or passing the ball forward.
He has also built his team to play a compact, fast, high-pressing game.
His team has had more than 30 tackles in its last 12 league games and conceded only nine goals.
Juventus have been playing at home for the past seven years, and last season they finished the campaign with the fourth-best defensive record in Serie A.
However, this season, they were only top-six in the league and have dropped down the table to 12th.
This season, Allegri is likely to use a new system with three centre-backs.
He will have to use them in different roles.
Allegra has also been using a three-man defence this season.
Allegrizini has opted to rotate his central midfield with a centre-half and right-back.
Juve’s most effective players in the past are often their right-backs, who are used to playing at the back of the defence.
Allegripieri has also said he will use three or more full-backs in this campaign.
Juvelina’s attacking midfielder Leonardo Conte, left, and Juventus’ star striker, Diego Forlan, centre, are often left in the holding role.
Juventus have not conceded more than two goals in the final 10 games of the campaign.
The new Juventus system will give the team more options to play at the front of the pitch and in possession.
It is a more compact and direct style.
This season, Juventus are averaging 1.6 goals per game, but this season they are averaging 3.6.
In his first match as Juve boss, Allegro said: “It’s the best system I’ve ever played with and I can’t wait to use it in all our games.”