The agent of the striker claims some Italian top flight sides have come knocking already to sign the striker on loan in less than two weeks of moving to the Bianconneri
The 19-year-old joined the Old Lady last week from Genoa after a successful loan stint with Serie B side Sassuolo last term.
He is currently at pre-season with The Girl Friend of Italy at Val d’Aosta in the north-western part of Italy as the Turin-based club seeks to defend their Serie A title in the upcoming season and also compete in the Uefa Champions League.
The former Bechem United striker will have to compete for a place in the Juventus set up with other strikers like Fabio Quagliarella, Sebastian Giovinco, Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic.
Arthur thinks it will be imperative for his client to go on loan even though he believes he can make the mark at Juve if given the opportunity.
“I know the expectations are high and some people questioned why Boakye Yiadom joined a big club like Juventus,” he told Accra-based Radio XYZ.
“But I can tell you that he has the belief that he will make it if he is given the chance.”
He also confirmed that some clubs in the Italian top flight have expressed interest in the striker for a loan stint.
“Juventus also made it clear that they won’t allow any of their players to go on loan with a Serie B side so obviously if he will go on loan, it will be a Serie A club,” Arthur added.