The 18-year-old made four appearances in all for Paris Saint-Germain before moving to the Italian giants and says he rejected offers from London and Merseyside
Coman completed his move to Italy from Paris Saint-Germain earlier this week, signing a five-year deal with the Serie A champions.
And the 18-year-old claims he had a number of offers from England – as well as Germany and France – before he eventually opted to move to Antonio Conte's side.
“Juventus has a history with French players,” he told L'Equipe. “Some of them did very good. So I told myself, why not me? I thought about it a lot. I had to take a decision regarding PSG.
“Then there was Arsenal, Liverpool, Leverkusen, Bayern Munich and Bordeaux. I've hesitated a lot about Bordeaux and I talked with Willy Sagnol, I knew him from French U21 and he promised me playtime.
“But this process came a little too late. I was already thinking about Juve.”
Coman made his PSG debut aged 16 – which saw him become the club's youngest ever player – and went on to make four appearances in all for the French giants.