Juventus have joined Chelsea and Liverpool in the race to sign Porto midfielder Ruben Neves, according to A Bola.
The Portuguese newspaper reports that Juve have tracked the Portuguese international in the past, but with the club seeking a new central midfielder this summer, the 20 year old is now back on the Bianconeri’s radar.
Neves is currently in Poland, playing for Portugal in the European Under 21 Championships. He started their first group match against Serbia on Saturday, helping his country to a 2-0 win after goals in either half from Goncalo Guedes and Miguel Bruno Fernandes.
The Porto player has already captained his club side, and has been a regular in the first team for the past three seasons, although he did play far fewer games last season, with just six starts and 18 appearances in all competitions. At just 20 years of age though, he has already played 93 matches for Porto and has been capped twice by Portugal’s senior side.