Fulham and Nigerian center half Tosin Adarabioyo is reportedly being monitored by Juventus over a potential summer move.

Turin-based sports daily Tuttosport reported that Juventus and a hosts of clubs are monitoring the development of the former Manchester City defender with a move in the summer in view.

Adarabioyo’s contract with the London side runs until June 2023, but the cottagers are aware of the difficulty they’d go to retain the Nigerian if they get relegated to the Championship at the end of the campaign.

The 23-year-old is one of the untouchables in Scott Parker’s side as he has produced consistent performances that has also attracted interest from the Bianconeris.

The former Manchester City U-23 skipper has appeared in 14 Premier League games, helping Fulham keep three clean sheets in the process.

Tosin is a center half by trade but can also be deployed as a right back as he has played in that position during his loan spell with the Baggies during the 2018/19 campaign.

Super Eagles legend Sunday Oliseh was the first Nigerian to play for the Old Ladies then Stanley onwuachi cane in, should Adàrabioyo move to the Turin based club he’d become the third Nigerian to have joined the Italian giants.

Tosin Adàrabioyo has reportedly applied for his nationality switch from England to Nigeria and he’d be hoping to make his Super Eagles debut this year.