Manchester City and Arsenal are among four teams interested in signing Internacional defender Bruno Fuchs, according to Revista Colorada.
The Brazilian magazine claims that the 21-year-old could be sold for just €15m (£13.5m) when the transfer window reopens, with Ajax and AC Milan also said to be keen on the player.
Internacional have apparently held meetings about Fuchs’s sale with CEO Rodrigo Caetano having outlined which players the club are willing to sell.
The Brazilian Serie A side already have Rodrigo Moledo who can replace him in the side so they are said to be open to offloading the centre-back for a reasonable fee.
Fuchs is not a particularly experienced player, having only made his professional debut in July last year. Since then, he has made 14 appearances for Internacional.
His most notable performances have been at international level, having featured for Brazil at the Toulon tournament in 2017 and 2019. He has also been playing for the Under 23s in qualifiers for the Olympics.