Juventus has two very talented teenagers on the match day squad on a regular basis. The first one is Moise Kean, the other one is somebody we need to see more of the next couple of weeks.
Juventus are closing in on agreeing to a deal that would see their youth sector’s top player, 16-year-old striker Moise Kean, sign his first professional contract.
Big fellas win trophies. Little fellas win trophies. There seems to be a trend here.
With Serie A shutting its curtains for the festive break and the rumor machine set to launch into overdrive in absence of on-field action, it seems an opportune moment to spread our gaze away from the senior squad to take a peek at Juve's youngsters.
Juventus have loaned out 19-year-old primavera goalkeeper Laurentiu Branescu to Serie B side Juve Stabia, giving the chance for the young Romanian his first chance to play in one of Italy's top divisions.
With a 2-1 win over Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo, the Juventus primavera captured its fourth Coppa Italia trophy in club history. For one of the most talented squads in recent memory, it was quite the triumph for Marco Baroni's young men.