Juventus ‘follow’ Leeds United star Kalvin Phillips, according to Tutto Juve.
The 25-year-old came up through the ranks of the Whites’ youth system and has been a regular for them in the past few seasons.
His performances for Marcelo Bielsa’s side were rewarded with a call up from England in September 2020, and he’s featured regularly, whenever he’s been fit for selection.
The midfielder assisted Raheem Sterling’s winner in the Three Lions’ narrow 1-0 win over Croatia in their first tie of Euro 2020.
Phillips’ form for club and country has caught the attention of a few clubs, and apart from Juve, a few clubs in England and across Europe are also keen on him.
Juve managed to qualify for the Champions League, after Napoli failed to beat Verona in the last league tie. This, coupled with the Old Lady’s victory over Bologna, meant they were able to finish the campaign in fourth spot.
Qualifying for the Champions League gives them a better chance of attracting players.
Regarding the England international, who still has three more years left on his contract, it’s believed in Italy that Leeds have ‘set the price’.
In case any of the interested clubs want to take Phillips away from Elland Road, they will have to meet the €30m price tag ‘set’ by Leeds.
That, frankly, sounds farcically low, and any Juventus interest would likely dissolve when the Turin club learned the real price.