Premier League duo Manchester United and Manchester City are keeping close tabs on Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard.
Both sides were in the running to sign the Belgium international back in 2012 when the 23-year-old opted to seal a move to London rather than Manchester.
However both sides could be given a second chance to land the winger after his public outburst at Jose Mourinho.
Hazard slammed the Portuguese tactician for deciding to try and hit Atletico Madrid on the counter attack rather than going all out for the win.
The Manchester Evening News believe news of Hazard's apparent unrest at Stamford Bridge could lead both Manchester United and Manchester City into making a move for Hazard.
Manchester United, who purchased Hazard's former Chelsea teammate Juan Mata for £37.1million in January, are said to be willing to splash the cash on several new reinforcements in the summer.
The Red Devils' next manager is reportedly set to be handed a £100million transfer war-chest in the summer.
Hazard, who is also attracting interest from Paris Saint-Germain, would be available for around the £50million mark.