Sky Italia had clearly got wind of the rumours surrounding Juventus' transfer dealings, and created a predicted XI for the new season.
Juventus have clinched the Serie A three seasons in a row, and last term they topped the division with 33 wins from 38 games, losing just twice and racking up 102 points. Whilst that may seem like the perfect situation for any club, that's far from the case with Juventus.
The Turin giants have struggled to make an impact in European football, crashing out of the Champions League in the group stage last season, before losing in the semi-finals of the Europa League against Benfica. Manager Antonio Conte has demanded that the club strengthen their squad again this summer in order to compete, but most of the rumours this summer have been surrounding potential exits for midfield stars Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba.
Rumours of incomings have certainly gathered pace in the last couple of days though, and Sky Italia have picked up on the speculation, putting together a projected XI for the new Serie A season.
The defence looks largely the same in personnel, but not in structure - moving from a 3-1-4-2 system to 4-3-3 - with long-serving goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon between the sticks, and right back Stephan Lichtsteiner, Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini ahead of him. In order to make that tactical switch, the Bianconeri need to snap up a left back, and Sky Italia clearly believe that Manchester United's Patrice Evra is set to make the move to Turin after days of fervent speculation.
The 33-year-old only signed a new one-year deal earlier this summer, but with Luke Shaw now at Old Trafford, the Frenchman's days could be numbered, and a move to Juventus looks to be on the cards.
The midfield is one of the best in the world; featuring experienced Andrea Pirlo, and two of the most coveted midfielders in Europe, Vidal and Pogba. They would even have Claudio Marchisio on the bench, so this is a particularly strong area for Conte's men.
Up front is where there could be the most changes, with moves eyed up for two young stars. Real Madrid centre forward Alvaro Morata - recently targeted by Arsenal - appears to be on the verge of a £17.5m switch to the club, whilst Liverpool-linked winger Juan Iturbe could stay in Serie A with Juventus after a superb season with Hellas Verona. 'The next Messi', as he has been labelled, would offer a much needed turn of pace in the Juve attack across from Carlos Tevez, in the Sky Italia graphic.