Manchester City have a five-man shortlist before the summer window subsequent to overturning their European boycott.
Prior this year, the Etihad outfit were given a two-year restriction from the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.
They were blamed for penetrating FFP rules, including exaggerating their profit from sponsorship as well as failing to help out authorities.
A quick appeal was held up and on Monday morning the Court of Arbitration for Sport declared that City had been effective.
Furthermore, presently Pep Guardiola is keen on sprinkling the money in the wake of seeing his side yield the Premier League title to Liverpool.
Subsequent to losing Leroy Sane, he needs a winger – while his defence needs genuine fortifications, as per the Manchester Evening News.
Subsequent to losing Sane to Bayern, a winger must be a priority for Guardiola – who has been connected with his countryman from Valencia.
Torres has been reserved as one of the best abilities coming out of La Liga in years and a host of clubs are interested, including local rivals Manchester United.
Napoli have been fighting off enthusiasm for their main man at the back for years, yet this summer they may at last collapse.
The Senegal international is a standout amongst other centre-backs in the world and has been connected with a £70m move.
Another left-footed star who might reinforce Guardiola’s defence, the Dutchman has long been on City’s radar.
With Bournemouth gazing at relegation, it may be simpler to prise the ex-Chelsea man away from the south coast soon.
The Villarreal star has a £45m release provision and has had a fine campaign in La Liga this year.
Barcelona and Chelsea are likewise looking at a move for the 6ft3 ace, who being a left-footed defender is an attractive suggestion.
The Benfica star has been taken a gander at by City for quite a while and has the physical frame to adapt to the Premier League.
In any case, an recent agreement update knock his release statement up to £89m – a lot in the present market.