Serie A side set sights on Old Trafford starlet.
Juventus are looking to lure young Belgian youngster Adnan Januzaj away from Man United according to Italian source CalcioMercato.
The 18 year old is reportedly keen to sign a new contract with the Old Trafford side according to the Guardian and will certainly have been pleased to played a fairly prominent role in the club’s tour of Asia and Australia.
His current deal runs out in the summer of 2014 and Januzaj will hope to garner some first team action this coming season and David Moyes will have been impressed with the teenagers efforts though this in turn has led to interest from Serie A title holders Juventus.
Antonio Conte did of course manage to nab Paul Pogba from Man United and will look to repeat the trick with the young playmaker.
The Juventus boss has been busy improving his squad ahead of the new season, bolstering his strike-force with the addition of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente from Man City and Athletic Bilbao respectively.
Januzaj however appears to be keen on staying at Man United, stating in a recent interview.
“I don’t decide what happens with my contract. I’ve got people behind me who do this for me.”
“Manchester United are a big club, though.
“I love it here and I feel good so I hope to stay.”