Juventus have joined Manchester United in the race for Benfica wonderkid Renato Sanches, according to reports from Gazzetta World.
Sanches has been heavily linked with a plethora of clubs in recent weeks, despite the 18-year-old only bursting onto the professional scene this season by making his first-team debut back in October.
However, Serie A giants Juve are now also in the mix, with the Italian champions eyeing him as a potential replacement for star midfielder and Barcelona target Paul Pogba.
But, Sanches has only signed a contract extension last November, in which the Portuguese club inserted a pricey £38.8million buy-out clause in his deal.
Sanches has made 15 league appearances so far this season, scoring two goals and supplying one assist.