It wasn’t only at Old Trafford that Manchester City and Manchester United officials met each other at the weekend.

According to Portuguese newspapers Record and O Jogo, the two clubs sent scouts to the match between Vizela and FC Porto on Sunday.

Even though Premier League clubs are more used to sending scouts to Benfica, Porto, and Sporting home games, Manchester City and Manchester United decided to watch the Dragons playing away from home this time. That may be a sign they’re very interested in some of their players.

The newspapers do not have any information on potential targets the English sides had their eyes on. Neither of them have been linked to Porto players recently, as despite a few rumours of the Red Devils’ interest in Diogo Costa and Mehdi Taremi, those disappeared since the arrivals of Andre Onana and Rasmus Hojlund in the summer.

Porto won the match 2-0, and in case Manchester City and Manchester United were waiting to be impressed with specific performances, they may have liked the performance from Eustáquio, who ruled the Dragons’ midfield. Other players such as Jorge Sanchez, João Mário, Alan Varela, Francisco Conceição, Pepê, Evanilson and Taremi did well too.