The striker is not ruling out the possibility of ending up at the Stamford Bridge or the Emirates too after going through the mill in Italy
However, he admits that will come with a great deal of hard work when he returns from loan.
“I am spending this season at Sassuolo on a loan deal,” the 19-year-old told the Graphic Sports. “I will go back to Juventus next season and fight for a regular place to be able to prove myself more.”
“My dream is to play in the English Premiership, hopefully Manchester United in the next few years, but I can end up in Chelsea or probably Arsenal.”
Yiadom also indicated that his move on loan to Sassuolo is the best as it will help him get enough playing time and he hopes to qualify the team to the Italian Serie A.
The former Genoa striker is one of the few players in world football to score on his debut and he has been tagged by the Italian media as the new Samuel Eto'o.