Catalan media outlet Sport has suggested that a number of top Spanish clubs are eyeing a move for AS Roma forward Antonio Sanabria.
The 20-year-old had spent five years at Barcelona before joining the Giallorossi via Sassuolo, and he initially struggled to prove his worth in Italy.
However, the season-long loan spell with Sporting Gijon changed everything as the youngster thoroughly enjoyed regular playing time and went on to score 11 goals in 29 La Liga outings.
Sanabria is now set to return to Stadio Olimpico, but it appears he will also get a chance to remain in Spain.
Namely, the likes of Barcelona, Sevilla, Valencia and Atletico Madrid are all keen on the talented forward, while Premier League champions Leicester City are believed to be readying an official proposal for his services.
Sanabria was named in Paraguay’s 2016 Copa America Centenario squad, but he sat out the opening draw with Costa Rica.