Juventus and Inter could go head-to-head for the umpteenth time as they bid for Hungarian talent Dominik Szoboszlai, currently owned by Red Bull Salzburg.

The 18-year-old starlet is currently on loan at Liefering in the Hungarian second division where he’s made a significant impact for their B team, playing 9 games, scoring 6 goals and providing 4 assist.

According to Sportmediaset, Red Bull currently value the player at €10 million and he’s viewed as a solid prospect for the future, however Juve will need to move fast as reports suggest that Bayern Munich and Arsenal were recently spotted, scouting the youngster.

Sportmediaset offer a brief assessment of the player in their report:

“Born in Szekesfehervar, October 25, 2000, he already has the physique of an adult male, 1.86 tall, 75 kilos. His detractors say he is not very fast in his movement, but he is a game catalyst in the field. With the ball on his feet he can do practically everything, he has great precision on set-pieces. He plays mainly as a regista, can also play as a mezzala with good results. He’s a mainstay in the Under 21 team and has also received a first call up with the Hungarian National team: it was June 2017 and he was in the group that participated in the world qualifying match against Andorra. In Hungary he had played in the youth categories of Fehervar, MK Budapest and Videoton before moving to Austria to become a professional footballer.”