1) Enzo Fernandez
He had to be on the top of this list. Juventus will have to attempt to sign him. Argentina’s best young prospect and the FIFA Young Player of the Tournament winner, Enzo Fernandez showed both heart and quality in the Albiceleste’s campaign.
Despite an unfortunate own goal in a 2-1 win against Australia in the round of 16, Enzo sharpened his skills and made himself a compelling force in midfield, dictating play and anticipating dangerous passes.
Want your voice heard? Join the Old Juve team!
His high defensive work rate, pace and agility in transition are what set him apart from the other young talents discovered in this World Cup.
He still needs to go a long way with his attacking drive, but the show of undying mentality and fearlessness is a rare feature from someone of his age.
When you factor in the club’s midfield issues – Weston McKennie and Adrien Rabiot aren’t the future of the side, whatever Massilimiliano Allegri tries to convince himself – a move for the World Cup winner is a no-brainer.
Only 21 years old, Enzo Fernandez is a midfield star in the making. Juventus, do it!