BARCELONA are reportedly keeping a close eye on Manchester United right-back Diogo Dalot.
The 23-year-old is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
And Barcelona have sent scouts to watch the Portuguese ace in action, according to Fabrizio Romano in his Caught Offside column.
Dalot is into the final 12 months of the contract he signed when joining United from Porto for £19million in 2018.
United do have the option to extend his deal for a further year.
But talks are not reported to be at an advanced stage in this moment in time.
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That could leave the door open for Barca to swoop.
The LaLiga giants are on the lookout for a right-back after letting Sergino Dest join AC Milan on loan in the summer.
Dalot is one of a number of options they are thought to be considering.
Although his resurgent form could see the Red Devils think twice about letting him leave for nothing.
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After failing to ever nail down a starting spot before this season, Dalot has started all eight Premier League games under Erik ten Hag.
The Portugal international has now firmly established himself as first-choice right-back over Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
But Barcelona have already been linked with Dalot in recent months.
And reports in September suggested as many as FIVE top European clubs are keen on his signature.