Like everyone else in the Premier League, Manchester City and Chelsea send scouts around Europe to try and find the next talent they can buy, loan and probably never use in their first-team.

Both clubs are rather infamous for their apparent reluctance to bring youth talent through, yet youngsters keep signing for them in hope they can be the ones to make it on the big stage without first spending five seasons on loan in Holland.

According to Ultima Hora in Spain, the latest talent the Cityzens and the Blues have set their sight on is Toni Quetglas, currently playing for Mallorca’s youth team.

The 16-year-old attacking midfielder has impressed with his new side since leaving La Masia a year ago, and both Manchester City and Chelsea recently sent scouts to watch him alongside Ajax.

As we all know, just because a team watches a youngster doesn’t mean they’ll automatically buy him, but it’s certainly worth keeping tabs on who they watch, just in case a pattern emerges or if they travel multiple times to see the same player.

We can now add Antonio Quetglas Lorente to that list for both Pep Guardiola’s and Maurizio Sarri’s sides.