Manchester City have reportedly joined the race to sign Valencia winger Ferran Torres this summer.
City have been given the green light to press ahead with their summer transfer plans after successfully appealing against their two-year ban from European competition, with the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling on Monday that they can compete in next season's Champions League.
Manager Pep Guardiola is set to undertake a significant overhaul of his squad during the upcoming window as a result, with Man City looking to close the gap on runaway champions Liverpool.
Marca reports that Torres is among the players on Guardiola's shortlist, with the 20-year-old's contract due to expire next summer.
Torres has scored six goals and registered seven assists in 42 games across all competitions this season.