Considering all that Juventus have achieved in the last few seasons -- trophies, brand growth and the construction of a stadium -- many still wonder why they never seem capable of splashing the cash in the summer transfer markets. Why do Juve, who made more money than Bayern Munich did from the Champions League in 2013, need to sell an asset like Arturo Vidal in order to pay for a more complete squad?
The lack of spending is thought to be the reason Antonio Conte walked out on the club. It all remains a mystery yet one continues to wonder if the Old Lady can buy the big names or whether she is simply unwilling to do so.
Putting the club's philosophy of raising as opposed to purchasing star quality aside, the Bianconeri don't really have the kind of money you would expect.
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