Juventus meet up on July 14 or 15 and will stay at Continassa for the pre-season training ahead of Serie A 2021-22.
New coach Max Allegri will be presented to the media during the first day of the retreat and prefers to work in Turin this summer, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The report reveals Juventus will have three or four friendlies between Italy and Europe and will start training for the new season in mid-July.
The players who are participating at the Euros will get some time off and will return two weeks after the rest of the squad start training at Continassa.
Allegri has all the tools to prepare for his return as Juventus coach at the sports centre in Turin and doesn’t want to travel for a retreat elsewhere this season.
But Juventus will be travelling some, as they are working to schedule some friendly games in Europe to prepare for the new season.
Allegri has been given the task to get Juventus back to the top of Italian football, after Andrea Pirlo only just managed to secure a place in the Champions League next term.