Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been strongly linked with Paulo Dybala in recent times - but has one of these clubs now made a bid for the Palermo striker?
The 21-year-old Argentinian, who is valued at around £31m, was widely tipped to leave Serie A during the transfer window, only for the player to stay at Stadio Renzo Barbera and sign a new three-year contract.
However, Dybala, who has 11 goals in 21 league games this term, remains hot property and Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micciche has revealed offers have been made for his services, according to the Daily Express.
He also explained how 'many English scouts' were present to watch the forward during the club's 3-0 loss at Inter Milan on Sunday - and that officials were resigned to losing him in the future.
"He will leave, but I don't know where," said Micciche.
"If he does well in the next six months then surely the next summer a big club will buy him.
"He is destined to go to a great club. I think Dybala is one of the best talents in the world."