Sao Paulo midfielder Lucas Moura, who has been linked with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid, has revealed Inter Milan have made contact with his agent.
Moura has been linked with a number of clubs in recent months, with Paris Saint-Germain also thought to be keen on luring the 19-year-old to Europe.
Reports earlier this year suggested Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had already met with Moura's father for talks about the teenager's future, while earlier this month, the Daily Mirror reported that Ferguson had sent a delegation led by chief scout Jim Lawlor to thrash out a deal for £30million-rated youngster.
Moura last week refused to pledge his long-term future to the South American club, and as well as revealing that Inter are keen on signing him, he has again hinted that he could be ready to move to Europe this summer.
"They are a big club and anyone would like to play there. I am no exception," Lucas told Folha de Sao Paulo of interest from the Italian giants.
"I know my father and my agent have spoken with the Inter president, but they have told me nothing yet.
"I can't guarantee I'll stay at Sao Paulo until the end of my deal.
"In football things can change very quickly and this situation is not just down to me."
Agent Wagner Ribeiro recently revealed that Inter had already made contact about his client, along with Chelsea and Man Utd.