Inter Milan owner Massimo Moratti claims Udinese forward Alexis Sanchez would be a 'dream' signing.
The Chile international is hot property right now, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea all reported to be closely monitoring his progress.
It would take a sizeable bid to persuade Udinese to part with the highly-rated 22-year-old, but they could be tempted by a big-money bid.
Inter are among those who could make a move in the summer, with Moratti admitting that he would welcome the opportunity to bring the talented playmaker on board.
"Alexis Sanchez really is a fantastic player. That was already clear to see a few years ago," Moratti told Sky Sport Italia.
"Udinese have done a very good job to help him develop into an even better player. That will be very important for them both from an economic and sporting point of view.
"He's the type of player that makes you dream."
While speculation regarding his future intensifies, Sanchez insists that his sole focus at present is on helping Udinese close the six-point gap which separates them from Serie A leaders AC Milan.
He told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "It is my goal to win a trophy in Italy.
"Now we are six points adrift of Milan and we can start dreaming. But let's continue to take things one game at a time.
"How much am I now valued at? I don't know and I don't think about that. Only [Udinese owner, Giampaolo] Pozzo knows the answer to that, so you will have to ask him."