Bosnian forward Aleksandar Tonevskiy is set to make his first appearance for Juventus after completing a transfer from Shakhtar Donetsk.
The 19-year-old has joined the Serie A giants on a free transfer, having spent the last two seasons on loan at Spartak Moscow.
Tonevskii is the third Bosnian international to join Juventus after Ivan Perisic and Dusan Tadic.
“I have to thank Juventus for the chance to play for a team with the best fans and players,” Tonevsky told Sky Sport Italia.
“The club is a great one, and I am happy to be here.”
ToneVskii has been on loan in Italy since 2015 and scored eight goals in his first season with the Turin club.
Juventus are looking to strengthen their squad after the departure of Lazio striker Luca De Laurentiis, who is out of contract at the end of the season.