Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi will be Juventus’ first signing for the 2014-15 campaign, notes Tuttosport.
The wide attacker is part-owned by the Turin giants after he was netted in a €4.5m co-ownership swap which saw Luca Marrone head to the Neroverdi.
“Our relationship with Juventus is excellent,” Sassuolo director general Giovanni Rossi told the newspaper.
“It will not be difficult to find an agreement that will make them and us happy.
“In general, I think that a full season here with us for Berardi will do him well. He is a great talent, a player with the capabilities to decide the outcome of a game but a boy who is not yet 20.
“The displays of Berardi have been important, but we are also satisfied with the performances of Marrone and Simone Zaza [also co-owned with Juve] as well.
“Luca arrived here with an injury and because of his build he needed a bit of time, while Simone id doing well in his first top-flight campaign.”
Midfielder Marrone has played in four games, while Zaza has three goals in 11 encounters for the outfit.
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