Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah is delighted at his big move to Italian champions Juventus.
The 24-year-old sealed a three-year deal worth US$ 11 million on Monday after weeks of delay.
Asamoah spent four seasons at Udinese and was impressive last term where he made 31 appearances and scored three goals.
He becomes the second Ghanaian player to play for the Old Lady after ex-Ghana captain Stephen.
Asamoah responded to his move by announcing his preparedness to impress at the Juventus Stadium.
''I am happy to be joining the Juventus family. It has been my dream to play for a big club. I can't wait to help win more trophies,'' Asamoah posted on his official twitter page on Tuesday.
"Thanks to all my Udinese friends and fans you are always in my heart. You made my dream come through."