Manchester City are reportedly keeping a close eye on Paulo Dybala's uncertain situation at Juventus.
The Argentine is out of contract in Turin at the end of the current season, meaning that he is free to begin negotiations with foreign clubs over a pre-contract agreement.
Dybala's preferred option is still thought to be a renewal with the Bianconeri, but it remains to be seen how the imminent arrival of Dusan Vlahovic will impact his Juve future.
Pep Guardiola is said to have earmarked Dybala as an ideal addition to his forward line, and the Citizens would supposedly be ready to table a yearly salary of €10m (£8.3m) for his services.
Dybala has amassed 11 goals and four assists from 23 appearances in all tournaments this season, and was an unused substitute as Argentina beat Chile 2-1 in World Cup Qualifying on Friday.