The Minnesota Twins have reportedly re-entered the Carlos Correa sweepstakes as the New York Mets are becoming “frustrated” with their ongoing negotiations with the All-Star infielder.

“There is a possibility the Minnesota Twins come in and pick Correa out from under the New York Mets’ noses,” The Athletic’s Jim Bowden told MLB Network Radio on Friday.

Correa, 28, batted .291 with 22 home runs and 64 RBIs in 136 games last season with the Twins.