Juventus Looks For Talent In The Field

Juventus claimed their 3rd consecutive league title without facing much opposition as they only suffered 2 losses in the 38 matches that was played throughout the entire campaign with As.Roma coming in 2nd place but falling behind by 17 points but Antonio Conte is showing no signs of slowing down as the Italian coach has a number of players that he wants to sign during this summer transfer target.

Stefano Sturaro is a young promising player and one of the latest performers that the Italian club has signed with a transfer fee of €5.5 million that Juventus will have to pay in the interval of 3 years but the 21 year old Italian midfielder is going to spend the next season out on a loan deal with Genoa before officially arriving to Juventus.

“Juventus announce that the agreement with Genoa for the definitive acquisition of the registration rights of the player Stefano Sturaro has been finalized,” The official website of the Italian club revealed through a statement.

Juan Iturbe is another top target of Juventus but it will be a fairly difficult challenge for Antonio Conte to sign him considering that Iturbe is a Argentinean attacker who is also in the radar of Ac.Milan .

The new coach of Ac.Milan, Filippo Inzaghi is eager on adding talented and preferably younger players into the squad and especially considering that Ricardo Kaka has left the club as he went on to join Orlando City.

Ricardo Kaka was one of the main attacking powerhouses of Ac.Milan as well as being one of the most creative players in the entire squad and Inzaghi has to find players who can replace the Brazilian midfielder.

Reports are suggesting that Fabio Quaglirella could be used as bait in order to lure Juan Iturbe from his current club, Hellas Verona and into the Juventus Arena.