Juventus' title celebrations have been slightly overshadowed by hints from coach Antonio Conte that he could leave in search of a new challenge.
The Old Lady strolled to a third consecutive Scudetto and wrapped up the victory with three games still to play after Roma were beaten by Catania last weekend.
Conte's achievement has been praised by the Italian media, but the fact that Juventus failed to deliver in Europe is still weighing heavily on the ex-Bari boss.
Juventus were eliminated from the Champions League at the group stage after conceding a last-gasp goal to Galatasaray and then didn't manage to make the final of the Europa League, which will be held at the Juventus Stadium.
Perhaps smarting from suggestions in the press that the season was a qualified success, Conte responded to winning the title by suggesting that he couldn't see any room for progress at Juventus given their resources.
Conte's words and his apparent willingness to consider a new club have led to intense speculation in Italy over his possible future employers.
A link with French side Monaco appears to have died away and Barcelona seem set to appoint Luis Enrique as their new coach.
Tottenham's managerial future is unclear but they have been linked with Frank De Boer and Mauricio Pochettino in recent weeks.
Conte's achievements at Juventus may make him an attractive proposition for Spurs and technical director Franco Baldini is said to be a big fan of his compatriot.