Sefano Sturaro has penned a long term deal at Italian giants Juventus, according to club’s official reports.
Sturaro joined the club from Genoa back in 2014. He has been exceptional for the Turin side who are now eyeing to win the sixth consecutive Serie A title.
Juventus official website confirmed earlier today that the 23-year-old Italian has signed a five year contract extension.
Boss Max Allegri has given Sturaro more playing time over the past several weeks, he is likely becoming a favourite midfielder of the boss. But it remains a question how long would he last in the lineup because he is getting chances more because of a certain change in midfield. He has become an influential player, also named as The Next Gennaro Gattuso.
The Italian has made 13 appearances for the Serie A champions in all campaigns so far this season. He has started only three league games and is yet to cement his place in the starting eleven.
The four times capped Italy international might have to wait for his turn, he is only 23 and certainly the club offered him a deal considering him as a future star.