Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all thought to be looking at the prospect of signing teenage star Mile Svilar.
All three Premier League giants have solid youth systems in English football and a record of producing talent, which has progressed to first team level.
Here are five facts (courtesy of 101greatgoals.com) about the latest player to cause a tug of war between England’s biggest teams.
He’s 15-years-old and has been a goalkeeper throughout his short career. He’s six feet two inches tall.
He’s a product of the Anderlecht youth team system in Belgium.
He has already had a trial at Chelsea.
He played in three youth team tournaments when he was just 14-years-old (U17 Aegon Future Cup, the U19 PSV Otten Cup and the Copa del Agatha for under 19) and won goalkeeper of the tournament in the latter.
His father, Ratko Svilar, has confirmed to Belgian newspaper Nieuwsblad that he holds an agreement to sign a contract with Anderlecht when he turns 16-years-old.