Asamoah has been one of Juve's main contributors so far this season, and people outside of Italy are starting to notice.
What's amazing is that he's dominating the opposition from a position that is unfamiliar to him, and with the limited skill set that inexperience brings.
Yes, you read that right. At this moment, Asamoah has a limited skill set. And he still made César Azpilicueta look bad.
The Ghanaian has a couple of noticeable flaws in his game, and it were these flaws that kept him off my list of top midfield performers in Italy this season.
For one, he doesn't have a right foot.
Not literally, obviously. But he favours his left foot to the extreme, and because of that, he'll always try and use his speed to pass defenders on the outside. If his action is sniffed out, he'll turn around and pass the ball back to the defenders standing behind him.
He's also very uncomfortable penetrating the box from the wing. He panics if he can't find a target to pass the ball to immediately and will often just shoot the ball in front of the goal in the hope that someone puts it in the back of the net.
Asamoah will avoid cutting inside because he simply doesn't know what to do with the ball. This again has to do with him not using his right foot, but also with his lack of understanding of his new position.
But here's the scary part: these flaws will disappear.
The more time he spends playing out on the left wing, the more comfortable Asamoah will become with his new position.
I've seen him use his right foot; it's fine. All he needs is the confidence to cut to his right, and he'll immediately become a far more dangerous player.
Right now, he's one-dimensional. A one-trick pony, albeit with a very good trick.
But the guy is only 23, and he's spent the better part of his life in the centre of the pitch. He's not changing the way he plays: he'll always be a physical freak of nature with a lot of character and an engine that never runs out.
He's changing the way he approaches the game. He's learning what's expected from him as a winger, and how to deal with situations he has never experienced before.
Antonio Conte has proven during his short reign at Juventus that he knows how to fit players into positions that best suit their skills, and that he can work with players to enhance their game.
He did it with Arturo Vidal, who has bloomed into one of the finest box-to-box midfielders in the world. He did it with Claudio Marchisio, who has finally reached the potential everyone knew he had.
And you can be sure he's doing the same thing with Asamoah.
There's too much raw talent and physical prowess for Asamoah to fail. He's already embarrassing defenders, even with his limited experience as a winger in the 3-5-2.
More minutes at the position and the influence of Antonio Conte will only help his progress. There's no reason not to believe he could be better than Bale in two or three years.
Asamoah is the real deal, and he'll be an integral part of the Bianconeri for a long, long time.