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Unlike most current Serie A sides, Turin’s Juventus are flush with cash following the sales of several key players, along with all the money they will receive for the sale of French international Paul Pogba.



Reports coming out of Italy this morning are suggesting that the club is ready to test Manchester United’s resolve to keep Belgium international forward Adnan Januzaj.



The 20-year-old has struggled since Louis van Gaal took over at Old Trafford, but did score his first goal in 18-months during the Red Devils 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Friday night.



This however was not enough to impress the Dutch trainer LVG, who also when asked if he was pleased with Januzaj, said that the youngster gave the ball away too easily.



Prior to the interest from Juventus there was talk of Januzaj being sent on a season-long loan to Sunderland, but now it remains to be seen if Juventus can in fact tempt United into selling.