Barcelona could make a shock move for Manchester City centre-back Kolo Toure, that according to the Daily Mirror.
Toure has found game time hard to come by since being available to play after his six month professional ban from the game and he may now need to move on to increase his chances of first-team football.
The La Liga side seem keen on the defender as they are looking to strengthen their options at the back after both Carles Puyol and Gerard Pique had their injury problems last season.
New boss at the Nou Camp Tito Vilanova is set to want a squad player that can be used as a utility man, something Toure is well suited too.
It may be a chance for the Ivory Coast international to prove that he can still play at the top level and at 31-years-old, is certainly a massive decision for him to make.
His brother Yaya played for the Spanish side before joining City so he is sure to be told what to expect should he join Barcelona.
Vilanova is not looking to splash out the cash on the defender though and if he cannot get him for a good price, will look elsewhere.