According to reports in the Italian media, Juventus have allowed one of their most promising youngsters, Lorenzo Ariaudo, to leave the club on loan in search of first team experience.
While the move is not yet official, Calciomercato.com is claiming that Ariaudo will be available for Massimiliano Allegri's team from the start of next week.
Few details are yet known, but it is very unlikely that the player is joining the Rossoblu on a permanent basis given Ariaudo's reputation as a prodigious talent and the Old Lady's track record of loaning out young players to allow them to find precious playing time.
There are good relations between the two clubs, which would indicate that any final details should be ironed out in the coming days. The 20-year-old would have the opportunity to play regularly with the Rossoblu, but would also have the tutelage of coach Ciro Ferrara and centre-back Fabio Cannavaro at Juventus.
The enthusiastic Italian, who made three appearances for the Bianconeri last term, has also come into the international frame, having appeared twice for Pierluigi Casiraghi's Under-21 side.
Anthony Wright, Goal.com