Manchester City have joined Arsenal and Liverpool in the battle to land Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams, according to the Metro.
The Spain under-21 international has emerged as one of the brightest talents in La Liga and reportedly has a buyout clause of around £37.8m.
Having scored ten goals in 21 games, the Basque youngster has taken the Spanish league by storm and could even force his way into the reckoning of the senior La Roja side.
With the European championships just around the corner, the 21-year old is an outside bet to be included in the Spanish squad, amid their problems with strikers.
Diego Costa has never truly convinced for the current European champions since he switched his allegiance from Brazil.
The Daily Express claims Man City are willing to meet Williams’ buyout clause of around €50m despite the fact he recently penned a new deal in North Spain.
However, Real Madrid have also been credited with an interest in a player who is fast becoming one the hottest young talents in the game.