Date: 27th June 2014 at 9:30am
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Reigning Scudetto holder Juventus have reportedly agreed on a deal with Genoa to sign young midfielder Stefano Sturaro.

The 21 year old started his youth career at Genoa before moving to Modena on loan and returning back to his parent club Genoa in 2013 but it appears his future will be tinted with white and black.

Gianlucadimarzio.com report that Juventus have beaten Roma and have all but closed in on a move Sturaro for 5.5 million plus bonuses that could climb to a total fee of  8 million.

It is believed that minor details are all that remain to be defined with the deal expected to completed on June 27.

The report also suggests that Genoa will receive 15% of any future sale for the young midfielder while the player will remain at the Rossoblu for the upcoming season where he will have the opportunity grow and play with more continuity.

Sturaro has started in 13 of his 16 appearances for Genoa scoring one goal.