A host of Premier League clubs are tracking Fulham’s teenage star George Williams, according to Sky Sports.
Williams, 19, has broken into the first-team at Fulham this season to make 10 appearances so far, with his impressive performances said to have alerted the likes of Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United.
The winger, who joined the Cottagers from MK Dons in June 2012, is out of contract next summer and, with talks over a new deal still to get off the ground, top-tier suitors are eager to take advantage.
Having made his full debut for Wales in last month’s 2-1 Euro 2016 qualifying win over Cyprus, the four-times capped international could earn a second start in Sunday’s home game against Belgium, as Chris Coleman’s side look to hold onto top spot in Group B.
Nevertheless, Fulham manager Kit Symons, who also serves as Coleman’s assistant, stressed recently that he will continue to handle his promising midfielder’s development with caution.
"George has been excellent. He's a real breath of fresh air around the place," he told Get West London.
"Chris Coleman loves him with Wales. He got his debut out the blue against Holland before the World Cup, came on in that game and was excellent.
"He's featured a few times since and started against Cyprus for his full debut. It was a great achievement for him.
"But in certain situations I think a player might struggle I will put someone else in if they are better equipped to do the job.
"I know the young players better than anyone. I know their strengths and weaknesses. We've got some exceptional talent, but it's about the long term and establishing them at this football club."