No big signings for Juve
By Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Following the Old Lady's Champions League final defeat to rivals Milan, there had been speculation the club would mount a close season offensive on the transfer market.
But Moggi insists there is no cause for Juve to frivol away funds as there is already a strong nucleus of players at Stadio Delle Alpi.
Moggi believes Juve would be steering down a dangerous path if they were to launch bids for a string of players they have been linked with.
"We won't change our strategies," vowed Moggi. "The team is good and can still play together for two or three years.
"For the moment, we'll insert young players to start a new cycle for the future. It will be a reasonable market. Miccoli, Blasi and Maresca are for Juve whilst we have other young players ready to come back from loans and a few talents in our youth team.
"Supporters won't have to expect the names they read in the papers. They won't be (coming). Making certain buys will be the ruin of Juve. The team doesn't need big names."
The Juve supremo also discussed the contract situations of several players, including Edgar Davids and David Trezeguet, with Moggi eager to prove the Frenchman wrong.
He added to La Stampa: "Trezeguet has a contract for another two years and he'll stay because we want him to.
"Considering after the Champions League final, he said we are lacking in quality, we will show him the opposite. The same thing is for Davids.
"As for Camoranesi, I think we'll keep him on the same conditions. He had a good first part of the season whilst in the second one, he had a dip.
"I didn't like the strains about the contract. Someone probably doesn't know there is a joint ownership and that, in this case, contracts can't be changed."
Moggi also dismissed speculation linking Juve with a swoop for Paris Saint Germain defender Gabriel Heinze.
"I've ready the speculation about Heinze," he continued. "I'm happy that PSG want to sell him but they haven't got to use us as a decoy."