Today is the 1st of July, the first day of the summer transfer window. As in recent years Juventus are being very active in the transfer market with the first movements already being made official today. Today Juventus have made official the the signing of Stefano Sturaro from Genoa for a reported initial fee of 6 million euros that may increase to 8 million euros. In addition Genoa reserved the right to 15% of any transfer fee Juventus may obtain by selling Sturaro. Although Sturaro is by all means a Juventus player he will play the 2014-2015 season on loan at Genoa. This is an agreement that should bring advantages to both sides. Genoa will enjoy the services of one of their best players whilst Juventus hope that spending another season at Genoa will help Sturaro develop further as at Juventus he wouldn't obtain much playing time this season. In recent weeks it has also been confirmed that PSG winger, Kingsley Coman, will be joining Juventus on a free transfer but this move still has to be made official. On a smaller note Juventus have also sent Edoardo Goldaniga on loan to Perugia to get some senior playing time.