FIFA 23 is just around the corner, and it won't be long until we get our first look at some of the brand-new ratings for each team.
With Juventus confirmed for a FIFA return, we want to take a look at how Italy's Old Lady could shape up in FIFA 23.
Check below to see our predictions for how Juventus could look in this year's game.
Latest - Juventus are BACK
EA and Juventus, one of the biggest and most successful Italian football clubs in the world, today announced a new, multi-year partnership, which will see Juventus return to EA SPORTS flagship franchise FIFA 23.
This partnership will see EA become Juventus’ exclusive Sport Video Gaming Partner, with a fully authentic in-game integration that will feature Juventus’ stadium, Allianz Stadium, along with the club’s logo and kits.
Both partners are also excited to work across a number of lifestyle and cultural initiatives bringing new opportunities outside of football.
Read more about Juventus and EA's exclusive deal.
Juventus had a difficult season last time out, only managing a 4th place finish.
Whilst it could have been worse considering how bad their start to the season was, it wasn't anywhere close to the title resurgence the Old Lady would have hoped for.
Two seasons off the throne could impact Juventus in FIFA 23, but they'll still have some top players in their squad.
Paul Pogba (OVR 86)
Set to be one of Serie A's top-rated players next season, Paul Pogba has made his return to Italy.
Will we see Pogba re-kindle his incredible form in time for the World Cup? Only time will tell.
Dusan Vlahovic (OVR 83)
Transferred from Fiorentina following some incredible goalscoring touches, it would surprise no one to see Dusan Vlahovic upgraded in FIFA 23.
A dominant striker who represents the future for Juve, there's no doubt this Serbian is on the way up.
Federico Chiesa (OVR 83)
Chiesa is another player who has recently moved to Turin and is still looking to establish himself as one of the most fearsome forwards in Serie A.
Battling with injuries has affected his growth somewhat, leading us to believe he will also stay at the same rating in FIFA 23.
It has been a busy summer in Turin so far, with plenty of new signings arriving, but also some top players showed the door too!
Pogba and Angel Di Maria are two high-profile signings, with both players joining for no fee.
Brazilian centre-back Bremer has also been added to the squad for around £37 million after an impressive year at Torino.
However, the likes of Douglas Costa, Paulo Dybala, Federico Bernardeschi, and Giorgio Chiellini have all left the club.
Dutch star Matthijs de Ligt has signed for Bayern Munich for £60 million too, so we don't expect Juventus' summer spending to stop just yet.
- Paul Pogba (OVR 86)
- Angel Di Maria (OVR 85)
- Bremer (OVR 80)
- Andrea Cambiaso (OVR 69)
- Paulo Dybala (OVR 87)
- Matthijs de Ligt (OVR 85)
- Giorgio Chiellini (OVR 85)
- BDouglas Costa (OVR 80)
- Federico Bernadeschi (OVR 79)
- Merih Demiral (OVR 77)
- Rolando Mandragora (OVR 75)
- Giacomo Vrioni (OVR 70)
As we all know, it's difficult for any club to receive upgrades in FIFA following a poor season.
Most of the time, players are knocked back a peg or two, but there are still some Juve performers that warrant a higher rating.
Denis Zakaria and Dusan Vlahovic are two players in line for a significant rating boost, with both men enjoying successful starts to life in Turin.
Whilst it remains to be seen if Juve will have enough power to compete with title holders AC Milan, we will be intrigued to see if any of their players are handed boosts on their ratings.
Juventus players will be downgraded, with many of the squad suffering due to age and poor performances.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny will likely see a downgrade on his FIFA 22 rating, with players like Aaron Ramsey and Alex Sandro also set for further hits.
It was a season to forget for Juventus in the Serie A last term, but they'll be hoping that their return in FIFA 23 brings with it more prosperous fortunes.