Juventus will reportedly have upwards of €80m to spend in the summer transfer market, according to a report in Italy.
The Bianconeri, who this week announced a €35m shirt sponsorship deal with Jeep, will reportedly have a significant fund provided to strengthen again come June.
The Corriere dello Sport speculate that most of the money will come from the anticipated income boost the team’s almost certain Champions League qualification will bring, whilst the potential sales of Elijero Elia, Milos Krasic and Felipe Melo will also contribute.
The Turin side are linked with a number high profile targets in the market, from Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben and Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko to Real Madrid’s Gonzalo Higuain and Villarreal’s Giuseppe Rossi.
Juve have spent over €150m on new players in the past two seasons alone.