Former Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli believes that the Bianconeri have to sign ‘two or three players’ in order to compete in Europe.
The Old Lady crashed out of the Champions League at the group stage this season, but still remain dominant domestically.
And the 1982 World Cup-winner has insisted that Antonio Conte’s men will have to add quality if they are to lift the European Cup next term.
“The Europa League is a competition that Juventus should win, absolutely,” he told Radio Sportiva.
“But to be competitive in the Champions League I think they need to add two or three players of real quality.
“They are dominant in Italy, but I think we’ll have a better understanding of where the Scudetto is headed with Juve play Roma.”
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