After Appelt and Bouy I come to complete a Future Midfield for Juventus

TURIN. Juventus got their hands on Paul Pogba, 18 years, promising defensive midfielder from Manchester United. After overcome the competition from Arsenal and Liverpool. In these hours the leaders of Juventus are defining with the manager Mino Raiola the transfer of the French, out of contract with the club of Ferguson. To the British will go compensation for training, a sort of “compensation” for the option of another year on contract heralded by the Scottish manager. Another major blow for the future: after Appelt and Bouy ( also of Raiola and in light at Viareggio with the Primavera of Baroni) the Bianconeri market men are delivering another young man of quality. Already, experts are comparing the median of the Red Devils to Patrick Vieira. Pogba, who has already made ​​his debut in the Premier League, will arrive in Turin in the summer. 

BIG SHOT Also young (has one year more), but of a different thickness is Mario Götze, the talented 19 year-old Borussia Dortmund and the German national team that last December he received the Golden Boy of Tuttosport as the best Under 21 . Dirk Hebel, one of his agents, in an interview to website, has confirmed the movements of Juve on the boy: “I have had contact with both Manchester United and Juventus, but not only with them … I can not tell you if at the end of the season will leave Borussia, you should ask the club, however I think that does not leave him leave for less than 40 million: here is very happy at the moment, although he is currently still for injury”, the words of the number 2 of team of Sports Total of Cologne after the boss Volker Struth. 

CLASS AND FANTASY Götze is therefore one of the main suspects to replace Del Piero next summer. Sebastian Giovinco, strong candidate as well, in co-ownership with Parma. Götze is definitely the player specifically to meet the chronic shortcomings of this undefeated Juventus which lacks class, imagination and unpredictability in attack. 

 source:TuttoSport adapted by: Mike Prise