Despite the great results in the league, Juventus are already at work to try and bolster Allegri's side. The Bianconeri are in fact working to sign Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who will leave Arsenal at the end of his contract in June.
At the moment, Juventus are in the lead in the race for the Gunners' midfielder, who is also of interest for Inter and PSG. However, the player's demands were deemed too high by the Nerazzurri, with Ramsey asking a salary considerably higher to what Inter's board has offered to Icardi to renew his contract. As far as PSG are concerned, it looks like the Welshman isn't conviced about the possibility to join the French club.
Ramsey it's not the only target for Juventus director Paratici and his staff, as Juventus are also considering the signing of Real Madrid's Isco for June. The list of suitors for the Spaniard, however, is significant - with Manchester City particularly keen on him - as it is Real's asking price, with the pontential figures of the investement going up to 80 million euros. No contact has been hold between the clubs, nor with the player, who has been pursued by the Bianconeri for many years.