Manchester United are widely reported to be keen on signing Arturo Vidal, and have already secured one deal with his agent in recent seasons.
Vidal's agent Fernando Felicevich also represents his Chilean compatriot, Angelo Henriquez, who sealed a switch the the Red Devils in 2012.
Henriquez is yet to play in the Premier League for United, loaned to Wigan Athletic and last season Real Zaragoza, but scored the the Red Devils in pre-season a year ago.
Capped three times by Chile's national team, with two goals to his name, the 20-year-old is hopeful of progressing at the club under Louis van Gaal.
He told ManUtd.com: "I hope to be given a chance by the new manager because he is known for looking at young players, but I have to work hard first.”
Henriquez has not travelled however on the club's pre-season tour, and instead appeared for the reserves against Southport last night.
The forward has an uphill task to make an impact this season, but at 20, time is on his side, he may just need the right loan move to get himself noticed.
United may however, if their move for Arturo Vidal is successful, elect to keep him at the club, so that the midfield star has another Chilean around the club to help him settle in.
His biggest impact this season, could just be the groundwork the club created with his agent Felicevich, which gives them a jump-start in pursuit of the Juventus star.
What should United do with Henriquez this season? Do you still have high hopes for him?