Allocation: How much money will Juventus be spending on player?

Football Italian: AFA Sport: Juventus are not planning on spending a lot of money on their new players and instead they are targeting a young core of young players.

Juventus have been targeting players under 25 for a number of years now and now it appears that they are looking to fill that gap with a big injection of money.

The Bianconeri are planning to spend a lot more on players than they did last year, but their budget will be a lot smaller than last year when they paid €2.8 million for Arturo Vidal and €2 million for Leonardo Bonucci.

That leaves them in a difficult position, since Juventus have had to spend so much money this summer that they have to start thinking about the future.

The team has already confirmed that they will be losing several key players, including Leonardo Bonacini, in the summer transfer window, with the club also looking to bring in another star player in the form of Gonzalo Higuain.

Juventus are also in the market for a defensive midfielder, with Dani Parejo and Andrea Pirlo both out of contract and the club is also looking for reinforcements in the area, with Juventus also targeting the services of young defensive midfielder Carlos Tevez.

All that leaves Juventus in a bit of a bind.

They need to make a big splash in the transfer market, but the team’s salary cap is very high and they do not have any funds to spend.

There is a strong possibility that Juventus will end up paying a lot less than the market value of their players.

There are still a few players that Juventus could target in the near future, however.

Juventus could sign one of the most exciting players in the world in Lucas Digne, but with Juventus in such dire financial straits it is not likely that the player will be sold anytime soon.

The team has also made it known that they want to add to their squad, with Paulo Dybala set to sign a new contract and Juventus could also consider signing one of their midfielders.

The Biancones are still in the hunt for another forward in the short-term, and with the likes of Arturo and Gonzalo out of the picture, Juventus will need to find a new attacking player to fill the void.