Juventus will reportedly be granted the opportunity sign two more of Boca Juniors’ young talents.
This past summer, the Bianconeri allowed Carlos Tevez to make his well-awaited return to his hometown club Boca Juniors for a reported fee of €6.5 million in a move which created a strong partnership between the two clubs.
Reports are emerging from footballscouting.it that the Turin-based club have been offered 18-year-old Rodrigo Bentancur and 19-year-old Adrian Cubas.
Adrian Cubas played in eight Primera Division matches for Boca in 2015, while Rodrigo Bentancur managed to feature in 17 Primera Divison matches for the club.
The Old Lady have already secured the €3.5m loan signing of promising youngster Guido Vadala, as the Argentine was involved in the deal which brought Tevez back home to his boyhood club.
The Bianconeri also hold an option to make the deal permanent before the end of the 2016-17 campaign subject to a fee of €9.4m.