Bayern Munich have stepped up their interest in Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado, according to talkSPORT.
The 25-year-old, who is currently being tracked by European giants Arsenal, Barcelona and Juventus, has starred in Serie A of late.
The winger is co-owned by Italian clubs Udinese and Fiorentina after the latter bought half of his ownership rights this past summer.
And, with the star in such sensational form for Fiorentina, he now looks set to make a move to one of Europe's elite clubs.
As the likes of Arsenal and Barcelona continue to monitor his situation in Italy, German champions Bayern Munich have now moved ahead of their rivals as they look to bring the player to the club. It has been reported that the Bavarians have sent a representative to speak with Udinese officials.
Bayern's move for the player may now alert the likes of Arsenal, Barcelona and Juventus as the German's look to tie up a quick deal for the Colombian ace.
Arsenal will still be hoping they can pull off a deal for Cuadrado as they look to improve their squad options.