Tottenham Hotspur snapped up Troy Parrott for their academy in 2017 and the 17-year-old went on to make his debut for Spurs’ first team in September 2019.
José Mourinho handed the striker a debut in the Premier League when he came off the bench in his side’s 5-0 win over Burnley in December.
The youngster has been largely featuring for the north London club’s youth team and impressed in the UEFA Youth League, scoring six goals and adding an assist in four matches.
Friday’s edition of Tuttosport claims Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli wants his side to find the next Cristiano Ronaldo type players before they cost €100m in transfer fee and €60m gross in wages.
It’s claimed the competition to sign Parrott is ‘very strong’ because Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid are also chasing him.
Parrott will turn 18 years of age on February 4th and with European giants circling for him, Tottenham should focus on securing his long-term future before the end of this season.