Juventus are the current frontrunners to sign Buducnost Podgorica and Montenegro teenager Vasilije Adzic in the summer transfer window according to reports on Thursday.

The 17-year-old is considered to be a diamond in the rough and is the sort of profile of player the Bianconeri would like to target under sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli.

Since his senior debut last November, the elegant midfielder, who confesses to being “a huge Barcelona fan”, has already amassed 31 appearances, scoring six times and getting four assists, at the time of writing. Now he’s a starter for his club and is already being called up for the Under-21 national team. “He is the best thing that happened to Montenegrin football since Stevan Jovetic,” says Andrija Delibasic, a former international who is now the director of football for the national champions Buducnost Podgorica. “We have had offers for him from France, Germany and Italy.” Having been compared to Kevin De Bruyne in his homeland, Adzic is unpredictable, highly creative and capable of scoring spectacular goals. But in order to make it at the highest level, he will first need to find a “transitional” league to play in, somewhere where he can improve on his defensive contribution and try to bridge the gap to the elite in a smooth manner.

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