Premier League duo Manchester City and Arsenal are reportedly one of several big-name clubs interested in signing South American prospect Martin Satriano.
The 20-year-old Uruguayan striker plays for Inter Milan, but is still waiting to make his first-team debut for the Italian giants.
According to the Daily Mail, Man City, Arsenal and Chelsea are English teams monitoring the young talent.
Additionally, the report names Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig as two more potential suitors that are interested.
It is claimed that Inter may be forced into selling some of their prized assets at the end of the season to help their financial situation, and they expect to have interest this summer in Satriano.
Centre-forward Satriano may not have played at senior level yet for Inter, but he’s scored eight goal in 18 appearances so far this this season for the youth team.
With Sergio Aguero’s summer exit already confirmed, it means there is going to be a void in the Man City squad at striker.
They do have talented Brazilian Gabriel Jesus, plus their manager Pep Guardiola often likes to operate without a recognised focal point in the centre-forward area.
However, surely they need to sign a frontman ahead of next season.
Satriano is no more than a rising talent that would only be signed by any of the elite clubs with an eye to the future.