The 17-year-old midfielder currently plays for Newell’s Old Boys and has been compared to Massimo Ambrosini
West Ham and Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Argentina youngster Juan Sebastian Sforza.
The 17-year-old has attracted interest from a number of European clubs, his agent Camillo Autieri told Milan News.
AC Milan are understood to be the front runners to signing the young midfielder.
A number of other clubs are also in the frame, including Manchester City and the Hammers.
Sforza currently plays for Newell’s Old Boys in Argentina and he has been tipped for great things.
“We have already arranged meetings with Roma, Inter, Juventus and Napoli, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and West Ham (are also interested),” Autieri said.
Autieri added that any clubs wishing to sign Sforza would have to pay Newell’s around £1million.
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The teenager plays as a central midfielder and has the ability to carve apart defences.
His agent has compared him to AC Milan legend Massimo Ambrosini.
Sforza also won the under-15 South American championship in 2017 as Argentina’s captain.