Barcelona are tracking Paulo Dybala but the Liga title-holders expect the Juventus forward will prove difficult to sign if they make a move for him.
Barca have been linked with a move for the 23-year-old as a potential replacement for Neymar if he were to leave Camp Nou, with reports suggesting Manchester United would be willing to trigger the Brazil international's €200 million release clause.
Dybala has also been linked with Real Madrid, and Barca technical secretary Robert Fernandez confirmed any potential movement involving the former Palermo star would be closely watched.
"He is a good player and I cannot say more," Robert said to El Mundo Deportivo when asked about Dybala.
"At Barca we are attentive to all market movements and we have the obligation to be on guard if there is movement of a good player who is also wanted by others."
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