Saul Niguez will reportedly push for an exit from La Liga giants Atletico Madrid during the summer transfer window.
The 26-year-old playmaker has spent the majority of his professional career with Atletico, playing 337 games and winning six pieces of silverware.
However, on the back of helping Los Colchoneros win the La Liga trophy, AS reports that the versatile Spaniard will look to depart from the Wanda Metropolitano, amid interest from Premier League giants.
The report claims that sporting director Andrea Berta will be asked to consider offers for Spaniard ahead of the 2021-22 season.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Man Utd are believed to be keeping tabs on the situation ahead of potentially making a bid in the region of €40m (£34.32m).
Preferring to generate any extra income as soon as possible, La Liga giants are unlikely to insist that any interested team meets Saul’s release clause of €150m (£128.7m).
Liverpool and Manchester United also considering a move for another Atletico Madrid star Moussa Dembele who has failed to establish himself in the Spanish top-tier since his transfer from Lyon.
Both Dembele and Saul are likely to be on their way out from Wanda Metropolitano and both Liverpool and Man Utd are in the hunt for their services.