The summer of 2018 saw some big names leave, but the Italian side that is still the leading scorer in Serie A this season has had the most turnover in the squad.
Here is how it has gone in the last 12 months.
#2, Juventus #2: Juventus’ new signing, Julian Draxler, has been an impressive addition for the Turin giants.
The 25-year-old was a key figure for the team in 2016-17, scoring 20 goals in all competitions and helping them finish in the top three of Serie A. In his first full season in Turin, he helped the Giallorossi reach the final of the Champions League, scoring a hat-trick in the final against AC Milan.
Draxle is a versatile forward, who can play as a central midfielder, left winger, striker or as a holding midfielder.
He is expected to be an integral part of the Juventus attack in the future.
#1, Real Madrid #1: Real Madrid have had a tough start to the season but it has been a much improved season from the squad that finished the season in seventh place.
The Spanish club were bottom of La Liga for much of the campaign, and they were beaten by Juventus in the Copa del Rey semi-finals in the Champions’ League.
The side had to make some major changes in the summer, signing two new players, Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos.
The duo have played a big part in the improvement of the squad, as they have scored more goals than any other player in the team, and have also been a key part in their goal-scoring.
#3, Barcelona #3: Barcelona have had one of the more successful transfer windows of any club in Europe this season, and the Brazilian side has been able to bring in the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
They have scored 12 goals this season and are currently top of La Ligue 1 with 18 points.
In the transfer window, they also signed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, with the latter signing for a world record fee of €222.6m.
Neymar is currently the most expensive player in world football, and he is expected at the Camp Nou this season.
#4, Manchester United #4: Manchester United have had their fair share of injuries to key players this summer.
They lost David de Gea and Paul Pogba to Manchester United, and left Michael Carrick out with a calf injury, but have managed to bring back Juan Mata and Ashley Young, who both scored in the recent Champions League tie against Juventus.
Mata and Young have been integral in the United attack this season as they score more goals (17) than any of their teammates (16) and have been key contributors for the side in their Europa League run.
#5, Barcelona and Real Madrid Barcelona and Madrid have also had a good start to 2018.
Both sides finished the year in fifth place, and both were beaten 2-0 by Juventus on penalties.
Barcelona’s season was also blighted by injuries, as the Brazilian giants had to pull out of the Copas del Rey due to injury concerns.
The Brazilian side lost the Copase del Rey final 3-1 to Juventus, and were knocked out of Euro 2016 by eventual champions Bayern Munich.
Madrid had to wait until January before they managed to return to the top flight, and while they did not get off to a great start, they finished the campaign in fourth place.
#6, Juventus and Barcelona The Italian side has had a difficult start to this season due to the departures of Cristian Zapata, Marco Verratti and Andres Iniesta.
Zapata has returned to his former club, Juventus, while Verrati has left for Manchester City.
However, both the sides have managed just one win from their opening four games.
#7, Real Sociedad #7: Real Socedad have had some difficult starts to the Clausura season.
The team has been bottom of the league for most of the season, with just one victory.
In March, the team were beaten 4-0 in the Spanish cup semi-final by Athletic Bilbao.
The club have since won two more trophies in the Europa League, but are currently fifth in La Liga with 15 points.
#8, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Man City and Barcelona #8: Barcelona and Bayern Munich are all looking to end the season on a high after a solid start to it.
The Catalan side are currently sixth in the league with 22 points.
Bayern Munich have managed two wins from their first three games of the new campaign, while Barcelona and Man City are looking to finish the season with three wins apiece.
#9, Manchester City #9: Manchester City’s first campaign as a Premier League club is now over, with Pep Guardiola’s side sitting sixth in his first season in charge.
The Italian club were promoted