Thiago Alcantara's future at Barcelona seems to be up in the air, after reports today suggested that a number of top European clubs are interested in his signature.
The 22-year-old has endured a tough campaign, having failed to establish himself in the Blaugrana's starting XI.
And it seems that a host of sides could look to exploit that by offering him first-team football next season.
Sport have revealed that the Spain international could be available for around €18m, with Pep Guardiola keen to bring him to Bayern Munich in 2013/14.
British newspaper The Sun meanwhile, have claimed that both Manchester clubs could also table a bid over the summer.