Juventus: a new era.
Juventus is the first club in Serie A history to achieve a title in the post-season with the signing of Lazio striker Marco Borriello.
The Italian side is now looking to extend its dominance in the league with a fourth straight title win.
This summer, Juventus will embark on an ambitious and long-term programme to develop a young squad capable of challenging for titles and a trophy.
Juventus are currently playing in the Champions League for the first time since 2005.
After two years in Serie B, Lazio are back in the top flight after winning the Italian Super Cup.
The club’s record-breaking €1.8 million signing Marco Borrego, who has won a Serie A title and two league titles, will also be competing in the Europa League with his side FC Porto.
The new coach is known as “the man who didn’t get there”, with the former Juventus president Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Filippo Inzaghi both leading the Bianconeri to the club’s second-ever Serie B title in 2013.
Marotta has been in charge of the Biancons for the past five years.
He has guided the club to four consecutive domestic championships and two Serie A crowns.
Inzaghi has won five domestic titles and two Champions League crowns, as well as three Serie A titles and one Coppa Italia title.
He will lead the Biancocelesti to a fourth consecutive title and will be assisted by former Juventus defender Alessandro Nesta.
Both Borriellos are expected to take over from Marotta at the club.
Former Lazio midfielder Marco Borra has been a part of the squad since joining the Biancos in 2013 and is currently the team’s top scorer with nine goals.
Borriello has become a popular player since arriving in Serie C with five goals in nine appearances for the Biancolic club.
The 24-year-old, who made his Serie A debut in 2013, is currently a member of Italy’s World Cup squad.
Milan striker Marco Bola is currently Milan’s top goalscorer with 13 goals in 13 Serie A games this season.
Lazio’s top goal scorer, Marco Borrigo, is also in the squad.
The Brazilian was born in the Italian city of Tuscany but moved to Italy to play for Milan before moving to Juventus in 2012.
His two goals and five assists in eight Serie A matches this season has helped Lazio to an impressive record of four straight victories.
Miro Bonetti is a former member of Juventus’ Academy.
He joined the Bianca in 2010 and has scored seven goals in 11 Serie A appearances.
Mario Balotelli is a Serie C and Coppa italia regular who has been part of Lazione’s Serie A and Coppi Italia squads since 2012.
He made his debut in 2014 and has been involved in two of Lazia’s top four finishes this season, including the Serie A’s Champions League.
Luca Marotta is currently Lazio’s sporting director.
He is a member the Biancan national team’s coaching staff since 2013 and will serve as a technical advisor to the Bianchi in their quest for another domestic title.