Spanish daily El Mundo Deportivo has revealed that Barcelona are among clubs keeping tabs on Levante midfielder Victor Camarasa Ferrando.
The summer transfer window may have just closed, but the Catalans seem to be already thinking about the future.
El Mundo Deportivo has suggested that the Camp Nou outfit are closely monitoring Levante youngster Victor.
Real Madrid and Valencia have also been alerted of the player’s potential, but it is believed the Catalans are leading the chase at the moment.
The 19-year-old has been making steady progress over the last couple of years, but he has yet to be handed his debut for the senior side.
Nevertheless, Victor has done some pre-season training with the senior team and he is expected to play his first La Liga game in the following weeks.
After scoring eight league goals playing for the Under-19 side last term, the midfielder has made three appearances for Levante B this season.