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Juventus have no intention of selling their top players and are determined to assert themselves as a major force in Europe next season after wrapping a fifth successive Serie A title.Despite their domestic dominance, Juve's European form has been patchy over the last few seasons with one group stage elimination and two defeats to Bayern Munich – in the quarterfinals and this season in the round of 16 .Even when they reached the final last season, they were seen as upstarts rather than equals of teams such as Real Madrid and Barcelona.Juventus won Serie A without kicking a ball Monday after Napoli, the only team that could have caught them, were sunk 1-0 by a late Radja Nainggolan goal at AS Roma.
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