The Czech Republic international has attracted the interest of both the Serie A and Premier League champions with his fine form this term
By Romeo Agresti
Udinese youngster Matej Vydra has caught the attention of Juventus and Manchester City with his good performances on loan at Watford this season, Goal.com understands.
The 20-year-old has been in impressive form for the Championship side throughout the 2012-13 campaign, netting 20 goals in 29 league appearances, and his fine displays have not gone unnoticed elsewhere.
City have been keeping tabs on Vydra for several weeks now and are impressed with the Czech Republic international's goalscoring form.
The Premier League champions have no plans to make a move for the prolific striker yet, but will continue to closely monitor his development.
Juventus, meanwhile, are similarly impressed with the forward, and are considering making a move for Vydra in the summer transfer window.
However, they face a tough task to lure the former Banik Ostrava starlet away from Udinese, as the Zebrette see Vydra as an important player for the future.
Additionally, they face stiff competition from a number of Premier League sides, as his agent recently revealed that five clubs from England's top flight are interested in signing the striker.