Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has become one of the most sought after strikers in the world.
The Borussia Dortmund forward hit an incredible 49 goals last season and any sort of record like that is going to attract attention from Europe's giants.
The current inflated market was enough for the Bundesliga side to keep hold of their prized asset during the summer but it looks like Thomas Tuchel is fighting a losing battle in the long term.
Aubameyang has repeatedly stated his love and desire to play for Real Madrid in the past, however, Zinedine Zidane decided to go for the more cost effective option of Alvaro Morata during the last transfer window.
While he remains a Dortmund player, for now, he certainly hasn't helped to dampen the speculation surrounding his future by revealing his team of choice on FIFA 17.
The timely release of the popular video game has helped satisfy many fans' appetite for football during the international break, including Aubameyang.
The Gabon international has actually been made the fastest player on this year's edition of the game but surprisingly didn't actually play as Dortmund during a match against a few friends.
The 27-year-old uploaded a video to his Instagram account on Wednesday night of him scoring with his potential future striking partner Cristiano Ronaldo from the penalty spot.
Just to prove these global stars are human too, Aubameyang's reaction to the goal was exactly how most FIFA players behave after beating their mates.
Nevertheless, Aubameyang might have to wait slightly longer than he would like to before he is in a position to join Los Blancos.
An imminent transfer ban at the Bernabeu has dented the forward's chances of moving to Spain and Zidane may have to put up with the squad currently at his disposal for the next two windows - pending an appeal.