Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport understands that Italian champions Juventus are showing interest in Vicenza striker Filip Raicevic.
While staying focused on luring world-class footballers to Turin, the Bianconeri officials are at the same time working on recruiting some of world’s hottest prospects, and they have been clearly building for the future of late.
After securing the services of Rogerio Oliveira da Silva and Alessio Di Massimo, Juventus have turned their attention towards Vicenza forward Filip Raicevic.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed a very successful season at Stadio Romeo Menti and he is currently valued at €2.5 million.
Juventus will attempt to recruit the Montenegrin footballer before the January window ends, in which case they would farm him out on loan to Chievo, where he would act as a replacement for Swansea-bound Alberto Paloschi.
After showing some promise while at Lucchese, Raicevic went on to score 10 goals in 18 Serie B appearances for Vicenza.