Alexis Sanchez's agent expects the Chilean winger to leave Udinese at the end of the season and admits there are a host of admirers.
The 22-year-old has been regarded as an exciting prospect for some time, having shone at the World Cup last summer and performed well in Serie A this term.
Speculation suggested he could be on the move in January but Udinese staved off interest from potential suitors to keep him at their disposal.
However, Sanchez's representative Fernando Felicevich believes a transfer will happen in the summer.
"In June he will change squad," Felicevich told FCInterNews.
Inter Milan are one of the clubs to have been linked with a swoop for Sanchez but it is likely that he will have a lot of options, including several in England.
Felicevich says he is on the radar of both Manchester clubs, while Chelsea have also been credited with an interest in the past, although it is too early to predict where he will end up.
"Not only [Sir Alex] Ferguson has spoken highly of him, Leonardo and [Roberto] Mancini have also said great things about the kid, although that doesn't necessarily mean that we will be going to one of those teams," said the agent.