Manchester City have reportedly made the first move for Benfica wonderkid João Félix.
Félix is already one of the most courted players in Europe after scoring 20 goals and assisting 11 last season.
And according to Record, City will offer the 19-year-old a five-year contract worth €30m should he decide to join them this summer.
Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira admits the Portugal international could leave, but only if his €120m release clause is met.
“Our goal is to win on the pitch and we will do everything to achieve that,” he told reporters last month.
“If they do not pay his €120m release clause, the player stays.”
Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid have also expressed an interested in Félix.