Premier League leaders Manchester City are hot on the trail of FC Porto winger Jesus Corona, A Bola has suggested.
The 22-year-old only joined the Dragons few weeks ago from Twente, but he has already seen some of Europe’s top sides show interest in his services.
Manchester City reportedly had the winger watched in weekend’s derby with Benfica, with a view of luring the Mexican to Etihad in the near future.
Corona moved to Europe without even establishing himself as a first team regular at Monterrey, joining Twente in the summer of 2013.
Following the slow start to his career in Dutch Eredivisie, the Mexico international largely impressed in his second season, scoring 9 goals in 27 league outings.
Corona then went on to score a brace on his FC Porto debut, proving he could be a very good addition to the side, and the Dragons must now be glad to have included a €50 million release clause in his five-year contract.