Miguel Almiron's agent says the midfielder will play in the Premier League.
The 24-year-old put in a stellar display for Atlanta in Sunday's 3-1 win over David Villa and New York City FC, scoring a stunning free kick as his side advanced to the Eastern Conference finals against the New York Red Bulls.
Almiron has been key to a record-setting Atlanta United attack this season, with the man playing in front of him, Josef Martinez, setting an MLS record for goals in a season and the second-year club running to a second-place finish in the East.
The midfielder's agent, Daniel Campos, while not confirming a timeline or team, has now made it clear that his client will be playing in the Premier League in the future.
"There’s nothing concrete but certainly Almiron will play in the Premier League."
Should Premier League clubs move for Almiron this winter, they will have to pay a pretty penny to land the playmaker.
Early reports had suggested that Arsenal was ready to make an £11 million ($14.3m) offer to land the MLS star, but Atlanta United president Darren Eales was quick to laugh off that figure.
"It would have to take at least triple that for me to even get out of bed and think about any bids for Almiron," he told 92.9 The Game back in October.
Since then Almiron has missed time through injury, though his return came with a bang in the playoffs.
Simply sensational 🎯— Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) November 13, 2018
Miggy puts it where no one's stopping it. pic.twitter.com/3ADf3vt0L6
Almiron and Martinez were both named as MLS Best XI selections in 2018 and Five Stripes boss Gerardo "Tata" Martino has been named as MLS Coach of the Year.
All three could potentially be on the move this winter, with Martino's move away from the club confirmed earlier in the season.