Dutch teenager Ousim Bouy was an important signing for Juventus last month, his representative has argued.
The 18-year-old midfielder moved to Turin from Ajax in January after a deal was done on transfer deadline day.
“He’s the biggest talent there is when you just look at players born in 1993,” agent Mino Raiola told Tuttosport.
“He’s a universal midfielder, he plays in the Mark Van Bommel position but he scores more goals,” Raiola continued.
“Bouy is a massive loss for Ajax. Juventus made an important swoop by beating a host of rivals to his signature.”
Raiola added that after signing Bouy, the Old Lady were now keen on making a potential move for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba in the summer.
“Juventus need to follow him, but Pogba may still sign a new contract at United…”
Midfielder Pogba, also 18, joined United in 2009 from Le Havre.
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