Juventus gathers on Monday for training camp, a pretty early start given that there is no CL qualifying round to worry about this year. Apparently, that's to leave time for yet another Far East trip - this time to China - in the first week of August. Here is the full list of friendlies and tournaments Juve has scheduled so far:- July 14 - at Voghera (Serie D) July 17 - at Pavia (Serie C1) July 20 - Trofeo Tim (triangular w/Inter and Milan) July 23 - vs Standard Liege (in Geneva) July 27 - at Cesena (Serie B) July 31-Aug 8 - North America trip, 2 friendlies, August 3 Toronto August 6 NY opponents TBD Aug 9 - Roma (Serie A, in Palermo) Aug 12 - Trofeo Moretti (triangular w/Inter and Napoli in Naples) Aug 14 - at Milan (Trofeo Berlusconi) Aug 17 - vs Juventus Primavera Aug 20 - Italian SuperCoppa vs Inter (site TBD) Aug 24 - at Barcelona (Trofeo Gamper) Along with newcomers Kovac and Giannichedda, these players from last year's roster are expected to arrive on Monday - Buffon, Chimenti, Bonnefoi, Zebina, Cannavaro, Thuram, Zambrotta, Birindelli, Pessotto, Camoranesi, Tacchinardi, Blasi, Olivera, Nedved, Del Piero, Ibrahimovic, Trezeguet, Zalayeta, Mutu. Emerson and Appiah will be given a little extra rest time before arriving because of time they spent with their national teams in June. Among returning loaned-out players, Miccoli, Maresca, Tudor, and Legrottaglie are all expected to arrive although their departures seem imminent. Chiellini is also expected but should stay. Also arriving - a player from Cervia named Lorenzo Spagnoli won the opportunity to join Juve's training camp for a month, I guess through that club's reality TV show. Not there from last year's team - Ciro Ferrara has retired, Paolo Montero is gone, and Olivier Kapo has been loaned out to Monaco.