Manchester City are keeping tabs on Luis Enrique’s situation at Barcelona, according to the Daily Mail.
Despite only succeeding Tata Martino last summer, the Coach’s position is reportedly insecure as the Catalans are due to hold their presidential elections this summer.
Consequently, a new President may wish to bring in their own man, leaving the Premier League giants on red alert in the event the Asturian departs Camp Nou.
The newspaper is certain that Manuel Pellegrini will vacate his role at the end of the season after a trophyless 2014-15 campaign, and the search for a new boss will be headed by former Barca executives Txiki Begiristain and Ferran Soriano.
Enrique could nonetheless lead Barca to their first treble since 2009 as the side lead the way in La Liga with only three matches left, are considered favourites in the Copa del Rey final and take a 3-0 lead into the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich.
The ex-Celta Vigo and Roma boss also guided Barca past City at the last-16 stage of Europe’s elite club competition in March.