Riding a nine-match winning streak, Juventus will face Udinese next hoping to achieve their 10th consecutive victory. While the three points are important to the club, most news outlets are more concerned with the market and rumours surrounding possible transfers. As Italian clubs scout potential foreign purchases, looking for ways to improve their success rate, the Old Lady's directors are concentrating on building for the future, preferring to pick up young homegrown talent, remaining faithful to their ideology.
The Bianconeri have reportedly acquired Rolando Mandragora, the youngster touted to be the next Marco Verratti. Currently plying his trade with Pescara, the midfielder insists he's a different player to the PSG starlet but admits to being inspired by another Azzurro, Thiago Motta.
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