Rounding out our 2023-24 Juventus team previews is a position group under arguably the most pressure entering this season: the attackers. Last year was frustrating for a core that oozes potential. Can Dusan Vlahovic, Federico Chiesa and new addition Tim Weah break through this campaign?
That trio has depth behind them, barring extended injuries, and must improve upon last season’s 56 Serie A goals. The 2022-23 scoring output was Juve’s lowest mark in the league since 2009-10. Although there are still two weeks left in the transfer window, not much has changed up front aside from Weah’s signing. Despite plenty of rumors, it looks like Vlahovic and Chiesa will lead the line once again in 2023-24.
Moise Kean and Arkadiusz Milik remain while wing back Andrea Cambiaso returned from last year’s loan to Bologna. Young wingers Samuel Iling-Junior and Matías Soulé survived their own transfer rumors (so far) and hope for the opportunity to show their potential.
Serie A boasts four different winners over the last four years and this season’s title race is equally wide open. If Juventus’ attack can reach its ceiling, the club could find itself back at the top of the table. Time for a closer look at the key contributors ahead of Sunday’s opener in Udine.