6. Push on in 2022/23
This is pretty vague, but I didn’t know how else to word it. By the time the start of the 2022/23 season rolls around, Juventus hopefully would’ve met the aforementioned goals.
In a little known but easily accessible place called ‘Dreamland’, Juventus secure a top-four finish with ease, avoid further European shame this spring, sign Mr Vlahovic or Scamacca in the summer before putting a big fat middle finger up to Raiola. What a start to the painful rebuild that’d be!
However, in reality, we can’t expect Juventus to enjoy the ideal 2022 before the 2022/23 campaign begins. There’ll be a few hiccups along the way. It won’t be perfect. Nonetheless, the Bianconeri have a great opportunity to lay the foundations for a prosperous few years in the next two transfer windows and ‘push on’ next season. By that, I mean start thinking about challenging for the title again.
One thing’s for sure, they can’t afford to endure a historically bad start to the domestic season as they did in 2021/22.