Argentina coach Tata Martino has admitted that he is keeping tabs on Palermo striker Paulo Dybala.
Dybala recently pledged his international future to Argentina, despite a willingness from Italy coach Antonio Conte to cap him.
Martino has been impressed, but warns his attacking options aren’t exactly threadbare.
“Dybala is doing great things. I follow him and (Villarreal striker Lucianio) Vietto,” revealed the former Barcelona coach.
“But do not forget that with Messi, Tevez and Aguero there is great competition in that department.”
The 21 year old’s current form has attracted interest from the Premier League with giants Manchester United and Arsenal leading the race.