Edinson Cavani is reportedly keen on a move to Manchester City.
The Paris Saint-Germain striker had an on-field bust-up with Neymar last month, leading to questions about his future.
The duo argued over which of them would take a penalty in a win over Lyon last month.
Cavani is since said to have snubbed an £880,000 bonus to allow his striking partner to take penalties.
Don Balon now claim the the Uruguayan striker wants a move to City.
Manchester United, Everton and Real Madrid have all been linked with Cavani since his row with Neymar.
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But the latest report of the striker’s future says that he feels he has the best chance of success at the Etihad.
Pep Guardiola’s Oasis-inspired side have been blowing away Premier League opponents.
City have netted 29 times in their opening eight Prem matches.
It leaves them on course to score 137 goals in the league this season.
And that would shatter the record, when Chelsea netted 103 in the 2009-10 campaign.