Spanish giants Barcelona and Premier League strugglers Fulham are among clubs keeping tabs on loaned-out Watford midfielder Domingos Quina, as reported by the Daily Mail.
If the one-time West Ham youngster wants to put himself in the shop window ahead of the summer transfer window, he couldn’t ask for a better opportunity to do just that.
Quina is expected to feature as Granada take on Manchester United in the Europa League quarter-finals tonight.
An impressive performance against the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba would do the Portugal U21 international no harm as he looks to build on an impressive start to life at the La Liga outfit, having joined on loan in January.
The Mail reports Fulham are interested, three years after Quina swapped West Ham for Watford in a £1 million deal.
Barcelona are also understood to be long-time admirers of the 21-year-old.
The Kings of Catalonia would no doubt have been impressed by the way this skilful, self-assured central midfielder has adapted to life on Spanish soil, scoring brilliant goals against Huesca and Elche.
“I’ve not thought about the future. At the moment, I’m still a Watford player. I have one more year left (on my contract) with an option (to extend),” says Quina.
“It’s really nice to hear all of the interest in me and it is one thing that keeps me motivated because I want to be the best I can be and play in a team that wants to win trophies.
“That keeps me driving forward.”