- Serie A champions Juve have shown interest in signing Man City star Phil Foden
- They also want to sign Dortmund star Jadon Sancho who helped England win U17 World Cup
- City on the other hand are planning to hand the 18-year-old a new contract that will see him earn £25,000 a week
Italian League champions Juventus are reportedly plotting to land Manchester City youngster Phil Foden.
The Serie A giants are also interested in signing Borussia Dortmund ace Jadon Sancho as part of their efforts to build the future.
Juve landed Cristiano Ronaldo this summer in a deal valued around £100 million but the club see future with the English stars.
But SunSport quoting TuttoSport claim both players are heavily wanted by the club after helping the young Three Lions clinch U-17 World Cup success last year.
Meanwhile, Man City will not be willing to let their player Foden leave as they plot to give him a new long-term deal in the coming months.
If he signs a new deal with the Premier League champions, Foden will be earning as much as £25,000-a-week as against the £3,000 he currently earns.
But that has not deterred Juventus, who are believed to be hoping the prospect of regular football could help bring him to the Old Lady.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Juventus continued their winning run in all competitions with a 3-0 win over Young Boys in the Champions League.
Juve did not miss Cristiano Ronaldo as Paulo Dybala's hat-trick powered the Serie A champions to their second straight victory in the tourney.
The Old Lady are topping Group H with six points after two matches and will battle Manchester United in their next game.
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