Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says he can't wait to start working with his 90 million euro man Gonzalo Higuain but warned the striker not to come to Turin expecting his place in the side is assured.
"It will not be easy for us to win the championship again," said Allegri, who's team are going for a sixth straight Serie A title.
"Of course I am looking forward to having Gonzalo Higuain as part of the squad. He is an important signing but he is one of a number of them who will all be fighting for positions."
It's been a frantic week for the Serie A champions with a young squad touring on one side of the world, while serious business deals are going on in the other.
With Higuain coming in as a club record signing, the word on the street has been that Juve's much in-demand Paul Pogba is on his way out -- to Manchester United for an estimated 100 million euros.
Allegri has remained tight-lipped on that particular transfer but said he was happy with the five signings the Bianconeri had so far made during the off-season, among them the former Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, who joined for 32 million euros.
"Every season is a new beginning," said Allegri, who has brought his squad to Hong Kong for an exhibition match.
"We will all meet up on Monday in Turin and get to work -- with the new players and with the players we have had on this tour. We have a lot of work to do."
The amount Juve paid for Higuain puts him behind only Real Madrid's Gareth Bale (100 million euros) and Cristiano Ronaldo (94 million euros) on the all-time transfer list.