The youngest player at the 2018 World Cup keeps turning heads with Australian attacker Daniel Arzani now linked to Italian giants Juventus.
After an eye-catching first season in the A-League for Melbourne City, the 19-year-old has hinted a move to Europe could well be on the cards after Russia with clubs quickly lining up to sign him.
While still being contracted to City for another season, the club may look to cash in on Arzani before his contract expires with Dutch clubs particularly keen on the Socceroos young gun.
But the biggest club to date has now been linked to Arzani, with The Sunday Times reporting that Juventus are monitoring the teenager and could look to pounce on him in this transfer window.
Most interest in Arzani to date has come from the Netherlands however, with current Socceroos assistant Mark van Bommel reportedly keen on taking him to PSV - the club van Bommel will take charge of after Russia.
Arzani has come off the bench in both of the Socceroos World Cup games to date and scored his first goal for Australia in a friendly against Hungary just before the tournament began.