What do you want to see from the new season of the Serie A title?

It is a season of upheaval and new faces at the top of Serie A, but the biggest names to come out of the block in the coming months could just be a glimpse of what to expect.

The season has been an epic rollercoaster, with new faces and old favourites making big splash.

Juventus have been in the title race for years and they will be looking to extend their hold on it, while a win over AC Milan could be the final nail in the coffin of Inter.

A new era in TurinWith the club’s current state of flux, it is no surprise to see that Juventus are still in the hunt for a top four finish, with the Nerazzurri currently sitting in third place in Serie A.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri will hope that his side can stay up there, but it will be an uphill battle if they do, given their recent struggles.

The Nerazzuri, who are currently sixth in the table, were promoted to Serie B last season and then finished fourth, just four points off the Champions League places.

In recent years, Juventus have also struggled to keep up with the rest of the top five.

Last term, they finished seventh and have dropped two places since.

In a year when there is so much turnover, it can be difficult to gauge what is going on at the club.

There is little clear picture of who is in charge at the moment, although Allegri does not have to wait too long for a decision, as his side have until September 7 to make a decision.

A few players who could make a huge impactThe likes of Giorgio Chiellini, Andrea Pirlo and Leonardo Bonucci have all been linked with moves to Inter this summer, with both sides looking to land their first-team players.

However, Inter have a far stronger squad, so there will be a lot more competition in the transfer market.

The Bianconeri are also in need of a new forward, with Gervinho already on his way to Milan.

The 20-year-old is a talented striker, who has scored eight goals in Serie B so far, and has been linked to Juventus and AC Milan.

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