Palermo striker Amauri believes Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson might enter the race to sign him if he watches him play.
Real Madrid, Milan, Chelsea and Juventus are all reportedly tracking the highly-rated Brazilian - who has hit eight Serie A goals so far this term.
Amauri, who may apply for Italian citizenship after constantly being overlooked by his native Brazil, has urged Ferguson to come and watch him play in Italy.
He told Sky Italia: "Milan, Barcelona, Juventus and now even Chelsea. Oh and there's even Real Madrid.
"Manchester United? Let's talk with Ferguson. Why doesn't he come and watch Palermo and then maybe they will enter the race to sign me?"
On claims that Chelsea boss Avram Grant sees him as an ideal replacement for Didier Drogba, he said: "Drogba? It must be my hair.
"But when I was at Chievo, everyone used to tell me that I am very similar to him on the pitch."