Juventus are on the verge of completing the signing of Cesena sensation Stefano Sensi.

The young starlet has been in fine form for the Serie B side this season and Sky Italia are reporting that Juve are close to completing a deal that would see him join the Bianconeri at a future date.

Transfer guru Gianluca Di Marzio suggests that the Bianconeri will work in conjunction with Sassuolo to purchase the player with the Neroverdi paying Cesena €5 million for the midfielder. Juve will then pay Sassuolo an as yet undetermined price to bring the player to Turin in the long term.

It’s yet to be decided whether Sassuolo will bring Sensi to the club in January or whether he will remain at Cesena until the end of the season.

Juve clearly have one eye on the future, completing deals for Sensi and Rolando Mandragora in the last week while their new focus could be Marcello Trotta.

The former Napoli youth product has been in fine form for Avellino in Serie B, scoring 5 goals so far this season. Juve could work with Frosinone to complete a deal similar to the one used in the Sensi deal.

Juve have had a long-standing interest in Trotta, dating back to last year when his agent confirmed the Bianconeri’s interest.

“Yes, there’s interest from the Bianconeri,” Giuseppe Trotta, the striker’s brother and agent revealed in an interview with Tuttomercatoweb in April 2015.

“It’s something we have to look into. Obviously he’s an Avellino player, and they’ll make their choices.

“Obviously we’re very flattered by the interest, as Juventus are very good at spotting young talent, just look at [Domenico] Berardi or [Daniele] Rugani.”