Cengiz Under continues to be linked with an exit from the Stadio Rome following reports that Borussia Dortmund have joined the race for the Roma winger.
Corriere dello Sport report that Dortmund have joined rivals Bayern Munich for the Turkey international star.
Per the source, the Giallorossi have slapped a £55m [€60m] price-tag on their star man.
The Bundesliga duo could face Premier League competition from Arsenal and Manchester City.
Turkish-Football reported that Gunners head of recruitment Sven Mislintat has been keeping close tabs on Under.
Arsenal and Man City have been interested in Under since last summer prior to his move to Roma.
City made a concrete offer and were on the verge of signing the 22-year-old before he completed his move to the Serie A outfit.
The Citizens had reached an advanced stage in talks and were set to sign a €9m deal with €3m in additional bonuses until Roma swooped in at the last minute to clinch the transfer.
Under has been directly involved in six goals this season – two goals and four assists.
The young winger would prefer a move to the Premier League or La Liga if he were to leave.
A January move has been ruled out by Under’s camp but an end of season transfer is a possibility.
The young winger has been called up to the Turkey national team squad who will face Bosnia and Russia over the international break.