Bari defender Leonardo Bonucci has admitted he would be proud to join Inter Milan or Juventus.
Bonucci, who made his international debut for Italy earlier this year, has reportedly attracted attention from some of Europe's top clubs.
He is co-owned by Bari and Genoa but is expected to move on in the summer after a splendid season in Serie A.
The 22-year-old insists he is in the dark about what might happen, although he has been flattered by some of the transfer talk.
Having spent time with Inter during his youth days, Bonucci concedes that the prospect of playing under Jose Mourinho does sound appealing.
"I don't know anything about my future," he told Sky Sport 24.
"The co-ownership will be discussed in June. But it would be a source of pride for me to play with either Inter or Juve.
"However, I am still really attached to the Inter shirt and Jose Mourinho is a great boss and a great man.
"It would be a massive pleasure for me to be coached by him."