Manchester City are keeping a close eye on Dinamo Zagreb's highly-rated teenage winger Antonio Marin.
Manager Pep Guardiola recently admitted that he'd like to give Phil Foden more opportunities in the City first-team, but finds it difficult to accommodate the young England star with Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva and Bernardo Silva among a raft of top European talent vying for places in his side.
He also controversially claimed that City won't be able to compete for trophies if they play academy products, insisting he needs his more senior players to provide stability.
In the case of Sancho, who moved to Germany much earlier than Matondo, moving away has proven to be the right decision. For Borussia Dortmund, he has become a standout figure on the right wing - and forced his way into Gareth Southgate's England setup, where he is now a regular starter.
Foden has been restricted to just one Premier League appearance, as well a solitary Champions League showing - ironically against Dinamo, whom he scored the second goal against in City's 2-0 group stage win.
As for Marin, he has been capped twice at Under-21 level for Croatia and is tied down to a long-term deal in Zagreb, running until 2024.
Source : 90min