MANCHESTER CITY are reportedly in talks to sign Gremio wonderkid Diego Rosa.
Although the 17-year-old has yet to appear for his club’s senior side, MailOnline reports he has caught the eye of City’s scouts.
The fee will be around £4.5m to snare the teen, but it could rise to £13.5m with add ons.
Gremio also want a sell-on fee to “sweeten the deal”.
While Rosa is very much “one for the future”, City are determined to concentrate on the “now” this summer – and find Leroy Sane’s replacement.
And SunSport reported how they have identified Valencia winger Ferran Torres as the man to come in.
Torres is down to the final year of his contract at the Mestalla — but he has a buy-out clause set just below the £40m mark.
The fact he can play on both flanks is something that appeals to City boss Pep Guardiola who has made a new winger a top priority this summer.
Torres, who’s built a reputation for his creative play on the flanks, has netted four times, and provided five assists, in 33 La Liga appearances this season.
Reports in Spain say City is his most likely destination with relations between the clubs generally good.
But they are likely to face competition from other top teams who are monitoring the wide man — including Liverpool, Manchester United and Juventus.
Bayer Leverkusen’s Leon Bailey is another who has been discussed and he is believed to be pals with City superstar Raheem Sterling.