Juventus are targeting a second consecutive title after beating Atalanta 3-1 on Saturday, as their squad made way for reinforcements.
The Bianconeri are currently second in Serie A with 38 points from 24 games, with 11 goals from 12 games.
The side are also in the running for the Serie B title, with five points from seven matches.
It’s a goal-scoring machine and the side are already unbeaten in five Serie A matches, scoring 18 goals from 20 shots.
Juventus have lost just once this season, in the 2-1 home defeat to Sassuolo in mid-February.
In addition to the signings, coach Giuseppe Marotta has named his starting line-up.
The Italian is looking for his third win in four matches after the 2.1-1 aggregate scoreline against Sassuola, while Alessandro Del Piero scored the opening goal.
The left-back was the only Juventus player to make an appearance at Sassuololo, playing a crucial role in the match-winner.
Juve also have several new faces to the squad, with Leonardo Bonucci set to join on loan.
Bonucci was a target for Juventus last summer, but he was loaned to Sassoure for the remainder of the season.
He is expected to play a major role in Juventus’ attacking options, with a return to Serie A beckoning.