The 23-year-old striker plies his trade in his homeland and has earned rave reviews in recent times after notching five goals in the opening 14 games of the 2016 season.
His performances won him a spot in Brazil’s U-23 side for the Olympic Games, where he’s starred alongside the likes of Neymar and Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa, netting three goals to help the Selecao to the final.
And his performances have not gone unnoticed across the Atlantic Ocean, with reports claiming Man United and Liverpool, as well as Juventus, are keen on the starlet.
Gremio are reluctant to let their man leave now, as they are mid-way through their domestic season, but are willing to do so for £38.8m.
However, should interested clubs wait it out until January, Luan’s value will tumble to €30m (£25.8m).
The 5ft. 11” ace is a wide forward, but has been known to play as a central striker or as a ‘No.10’.