Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport has suggested that Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra is on the radar of several top clubs.
The Argentine footballer will be sold in the summer transfer window as he is no longer an important member of the squad, and, as things stand now, there will be no shortage of offers for his services.
Premier League high flyers West Ham were the first high profile side to express their interest in Pereyra, but Russian giants Zenit appear to be leading the chase at the moment.
The wealthy club will have no problems matching Juventus’ asking price, believed to be in the region of €15 million, but Watford are keen on the 25-year-old as well.
Pereyra joined the Bianconeri from Udinese two years ago, and he enjoyed a very good first season in Turin, starting 27 league fixtures and scoring 4 goals.
However, he has since struggled for playing time and is now set to leave the club for greener pastures.