Chelsea and Arsenal target Edinson Cavani has spoken of his admiration for Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Both English clubs are expected to make bids for the Napoli striker, who is seen as one of the best players in the world in his position.
With Fernando Torres toiling at Stamford Bridge and Mario Balotelli now gone from City, both clubs are eager to land Cavani in the summer.
But with a release clause well over £50m, Napoli will not let him go on the cheap.
In any case, Cavani admits he is drawn to the possibility of playing in Spain.
"Real Madrid and Barcelona are two great clubs, amongst the strongest in the world, and it is obvious that they can attract," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"The tension rises just when you name those two sides. However, I honestly don't know whether there is the option to join one of those.
"At the moment I have the opportunity to win the Scudetto with Napoli and I'm just concentrating on that aim.
"And I still have four years left on my contract. You never know what will happen in football, but I just work on a day by day basis to get the best."
Cavani, 25, has scored 18 League goals in 20 Serie A games so far this season.