Manchester City are considering bidding for Hajduk Split centre-back Luka Vuskovic, reports Fabrizio Romano.
The 16-year-old is slowly establishing himself in the Croatian club’s first team.
As a result, Hajduk have quickly extended Vuskovic’s contract until 2026.
Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain are also keeping tabs on the teenage sensation.
AC Milan were linked with an interest some days ago and more clubs are expected to join the trio.
Man City have continued to splash the cash in the transfer market in pursuit of Champions League glory.
They will be able to land Vuskovic on a cheap, but whether he can establish himself in Pep Guardiola’s first team is another matter entirely.
He has made just two appearances for the Croatian top-flight side. However, the Croatia under-17 international star has already set three records.
Vuskovic is the youngest-ever player and goalscorer in the club’s history. He is also the youngest ever to start a game for Hajduk.
The 6ft 4ins defender has a bright future ahead of him.
Man City boast some of the best centre-backs in the Premier League, but it is a position they continue to strengthen.
Vuskovic would likely be sent on loan if signed by City in the summer.
The teenager has impressed scouts in several UEFA Youth League appearances.
He will now look to become a regular in the first team going forward.
Guardiola’s side will continue to run the rule over Vuskovic, but they must quickly make up their minds with suitors circling.
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