Brazilian winger Douglas Costa has alerted Premier League clubs after he admitted that he would love to play in the league at some point in his career.
The Juventus star's current situation at the club is a subject matter, having spent much of last season on the bench and made only 10 Serie A starts for the side as they retained their title.
“Maybe one day. But I don't think I will leave now," he responded when questioned by Express on whether he would one day play in the Premier League.
He added: “I have three more years at Juventus. Right now I do not have any option to get out of Juventus. We have a new coach and I look forward to working with him," he added.
The pacy winger is might get a new lease of life under new manager Maurizo Sarri, who hinted at finding a 'role' for the former Bayern man.
“I'll probably talk to two or three players before the start of the season to share ideas, compare and understand the way they think and their characteristics,"
“You have to start with the talented players who can make the difference like Cristiano, Paulo and Douglas, and build around them,"
Costa has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, even though there is no concrete approach so far from the Manchester club.