Alessio Cerci
Alessio Cerci Reuters

Manchester United and Manchester City summer target Alessio Cerci has admitted that he would "think" about his future at the end of the season.

Torino winger has been a transfer target for the Old Trafford club and their neighbours as the two clubs have long been interested in signing the 26-year-old.

The Italian international has been in an impressive form in the Serie A this season, scoring 13 goals and managing nine assists.

United and City were linked with a move for Cerci in the January transfer window. However, Torino chairman Urbano Cairo put the rumours surrounding his exit from the Italian club to bed.

Cerci claims he is happy with his current employers, but admitted that he would hold talks with Torino chairman regarding his future beyond this season.

"I don't want to talk about the market. My mind is here in Torino. I want to do as well as possible, and thinking about the future could distract me from doing that. We will think about the future at the end of the season," Cerci told Tuttosport.

"But I want to reiterate that I feel great here. I have found a family. I feel pampered. I don't want to leave. I have a great relationship with the president, so sooner or later we will see what happens - we will sit around a table and discuss things," he added.

According to talkSPORT, Cerci has been attracting interest from top European clubs. Apart from United and City, their league rivals Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham are also believed to be interested in the winger's services.

Juventus and La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid are also in the race to sign the Torino star in the coming transfer window.

Meanwhile, Cerci has made no secret desire to feature in the Champions League. A move to Old Trafford will see him miss out on the Europe's elite club competition. David Moyes' side are seventh in the table with 57 points from 33 games, trailing fourth place Everton by nine points.

"I feel ready for the Champions League - I have matured. I think it's the right time to make the leap," Tutto Mercato Web quoted Cerci as saying last year.