Manchester City are facing problems at the backline with frequent rotation of their first-choice full-backs, Kyle Walker and Joao Cancelo.
Man City academy graduate Rico Lewis and centre-back Nathan Ake have been filling in, however, Pep Guardiola is seeking a long-term solution.
According to reports, Pep has his sights set on La Liga up-and-coming defender, Arnau Martinez. Martinez, who is currently playing for Girona, is owned by the City Football Group.
The young defender has a 20 million release clause in his contract and has played 18 games this season, scoring two goals and registering one assist.
Man City is still in search of a first-choice right-back, and the interest in Martinez has caught the attention of Manchester City and Pep Guardiola, who reportedly wants to add the talented young player to his roster.
With the transfer window still open, and Manchester City’s need for a reliable full-back, the signing of Arnau Martinez could provide the solution that Pep is looking for.