The Polish international has been linked with a move to the Premier League this summer.
At the end of March it was reported by The Sun that Tottenham Hotspur were ready to snap up the Polish international centre-back Kamil Glik in a deal believed to be worth around £8 million. The Torino defender has impressed this season and Spurs need new centre back options after a difficult season at the back.
However, they are not the only Premier League team interested.
Manchester City are also set to make a move for the player. As reported by Forza Italian Football, City have apparently began to track the player after an excellent season at City.
City need a new centre-back, with Martin Demichelis ageing, Vincent Kompany's fitness in doubt and Eliaquim Mangala failing to impress.
Glik might just be the man for the job at all three clubs.
However, if Tottenham, United or City want the player, they are not going to be able to get him for just £8 million. According to reports in La Stampa this morning the Serie A club will not do business over the Polish stalwart for any fee less than €20 million, as reported by Calcio24, - some way off the valuation that has previously been mooted.
Time will tell if any of these interested parties are willing to make a move for the player at this new price.