French midfielder Paul Pogba joined Juventus from Manchester United last summer and totaled five goals in 27 Serie A apperances for the Italian champions in 2012-13.
Still just 20, Pogba brings more experience—he made eight appearances in the UEFA Champions League last season—than most at this level. And for such a young player, he has already developed an impressive skill set.
As ESPN FC writes:
Pogba is a perfect combination of Juve's midfield maestros and a tad reminiscent of a certain Patrick Viera. Well versed tactically, his outstanding vision allows him to pick out perfect passes, whilst his excellent timing permits him to make perfect runs to latch on to through-balls and convert. He is physically strong, blessed with two perfect feet and tactically intelligent.
Strong, smart and athletically gifted, Pogba has the tools to become a star at the senior international level, where he has already been capped twice. So far in the Under-20 World Cup, Pogba has scored once in five appearances.