According to reports gathered by the editors of tuttojuve.com, the young Under-20 Brazilian Danilo who has faced Portugal in the Under-20 World Championships in New Zealand will be a Juventus player for the coming seasons.
The transfer of the midfielder should be defined in the coming days and was already sketched in recent days in London, between the Plenipotentiary of Braga, António Salvador, and agents Jorge Mendes and Giovanni Branchini, who treated parts of Juventus. The Bianconeri should pay about ten million Euros for the young Brazilian.
Danilo, who this season has played nearly 30 games with 2 goals and over 2,000 minutes is ‘a great prospect already in the international spotlight. Experience in Brazil in Grêmio, at Vitoria in 2009 and then to the Vasco de Gama, where he played in the youth sector and opening the doors of the national Under-15 where he won the South American Under-15 and Under-17 where he played a good World Cup in the UAE, where Juventus noticed him.
Negotiations being finalized and new talent for Massimiliano Allegri, who these days is just praised by FIFA. These are his words: “I was eight years old when my parents separated and I have not seen my father since then. I was very young, my mother was my father and it ‘was also easier for me to deal with things.”
A tall player and clever, Danilo has demonstrated his ability to dictate the game to Vasco, proving talent that is confirmed in these World Youth Championships, Juventus as always is looking for the big shot.