Juventus’ terrible campaign in the Champions League has seen them fall back to the Europa League.
Europe’s second-biggest club competition is one of the toughest tournaments around and will require the best of the Bianconeri if they are to win it.
They will enter the 32-stage round, meaning they will face a team that finished second in their EUL group.
A report on Tuttomercatoweb has now revealed some opponents that Max Allegri’s men could face in the next round of the competition.
The report reveals that they could face Arsenal or PSV from group A, Union Berlin or Braga from group D, Real Sociedad or Manchester United from group E.
They could also face Sturm Graz, Feyernood or Midtjylland from Group F if Lazio win the group.
Qarabag or Nantes could be their rivals from Group G, or Monaco, Trabzonspor or Crvena Zvezda from Group H.
Juve FC says
Juve must be prepared to face a tough opponent if they want to progress in the competition.
All the teams that qualify from the group stage of that tournament have more experience of matches there than we do.
Because of this, we wouldn’t be wise to underestimate any of them. We must be humble and respect whatever team we come up against.