Manchester City are reportedly considering a move for Cardiff City defender Cameron Coxe.
The 20-year-old has been with Cardiff since 2005, joining the Welsh side's youth academy at the age of seven.
Coxe signed a professional contract with the Bluebirds in February 2017 but has made just one first-team appearance for the club, which came against Burton Albion in the EFL Cup in August 2017.
The right-back has not been selected since, but according to WalesOnline, Man City 'are weighing up a shock move... having scouted him several times' in action for the club's Under-23 outfit.
The report adds that, should Coxe arrive at the Etihad Stadium, he would be sent to one of City's sister clubs, which include New York City, Melbourne City and Girona.
The player, who has represented Wales at both Under-17 and Under-19 level, will see his current deal with Neil Warnock's team expire at the end of June.