Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco will go head-to-head for Watford striker Richarlison, according to reports.
The Brazilian joined the Hornets for £11million last year from Fluminense.
Richarlison, 20, had an excellent start to his debut campaign scoring five goals in his first 12 Premier League games.
Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal were on red alert as the youngster caused havoc with his pace last year.
But his formed has alarmingly dipped and has not scored since the Hornets win against West Ham in November.
However, the Premier League side value the Brazil Under-20 star at £40m and do expect firm enquiries for him this summer, according to the Mirror.
Boss Javier Gracia dropped him for the draw at home to Bournemouth and he was a late sub in the defeat at home to Burnley yesterday.
PSG, despite walking the Ligue 1 title are set to replace Unai Emery this summer and the potential arrival of Richarlison will provide back up for Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.
Monaco have been signing young players in recent years with the view of selling them on for huge fees.
That trend is set to continue this summer with potential exits of Thomas Lemar and Fabinho.