The great of Europe who wants to sign Valentín Barco, pearl of Boca

Valentine Boat, the young promise of Argentine soccer, is causing a sensation in the U-20 World Cup that is taking place in Argentina. The left back of Boca Juniors has excelled in the two matches that the Argentina Under-20 National Team has played, achieving two victories. This performance has not gone unnoticed, and it is now reported that Italy’s Juventus are closely watching the talented defender.

According to the Italian media Tuttosport, La Vecchia Signora has Barco on his radar. The Italian club already has compatriots of the player such as Ángel Di María, Leandro Paredes and his current teammate in the U20 team, Matías Soulé. Despite being only 18 years old, Barco has captured the attention of European scouts, being considered one of the great promises of Argentine soccer.

The great of Europe who wants to sign Valentín Barco, pearl of Boca

In the last transfer market, Getafe sent an offer for the defender, but it was rejected by Boca Juniors. Now, with his outstanding performance in the U-20 World Cup, the interest of European clubs has reawakened.

Valentín Barco has started in both matches of the U-20 World Cup, facing Uzbekistan (2-1) and Guatemala (3-0).

With his promising present and his projection for the future, Barco has become one of the most important players for Boca Juniors and has aroused great interest in the European market. He recently renewed his contract until the end of 2024 and has a release clause of 10 million dollars.

The future for Valentín Barco is bright and he is expected to continue to progress in his career. It will be necessary to be attentive to how the negotiations between Boca Juniors and Juventus develop, and if the talented defender will make the leap to European football in the near future.

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