Barcelona are considered by many to be a club in crisis at the moment with Lionel Messi set to leave at the end of the season, however, the Catalans still have one of the most talented wonder kids in Europe in their ranks.
Ilaix Moriba, 18, has broken into the first-team picture this season under Ronald Koeman, and has made four appearances for the senior side.
The midfielder made his senior debut earlier this season in the Copa del Rey, and made his first league start in February against Alaves.
He’s considered a playmaking central midfielder who has come through the iconic La Masia school of football.
His rise to the first-team has earned him attention from elsewhere, however.
Manchester United are said to have made an approach ahead of the end of his contract – which will expire in 2022.
Described as the ‘next Paul Pogba’, Moriba is said to be considering the offer.
RB Leipzig have also made an approach, reports suggest, as the German side looks to add more young talent.
Just this week, Koeman heaped praise on the teenage wonderkid, who was wanted by Manchester City before turning pro with Barca.
Koeman said: “Ilaix is one of the youngsters that we have.
“He has played some games with Barca B also, he’s been training with the first team and has had a good impact in some games.”
The praise was backed up by the club, with a whopping £89million release clause into his current contract.
Moriba is represented by Jonathan Barnett, the super-agent who has Gareth Bale and Saul Niguez on his books.