According to the Sun, Lens defender Taylor Moore is a man in demand.
The tabloid credits six English clubs - Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Middlesbrough and Leeds United - with an interest in the 18-year-old, who has a reported price tag of £1.5million.
And three of those clubs were given an opportunity to test the water on Thursday, when Moore lined up for England Under-19s against Georgia - alongside players from Spurs, Boro and Leeds.
Smoggies defender Dael Fry was Moore's partner at the back, with Lilywhites pair Kyle Walker-Peters and Josh Onomah manning the right flank and the Whites' Lewis Cook starting in central midfield.
#England U19s team: Woodman; Walker-Peters, Fry, Taylor Moore (c), Tafari Moore; Maitland-Niles, Cook, Onomah; Armstrong, Abraham, Brown.— England (@england) 24 March 2016
Hammers goalkeeper Sam Howes was also in the squad as an unused substitute, so will have had to wait until inside the dressing room before collaring the Londoner about a return to the club for whom he played as a boy.
Onomah was on target in a 2-1 win for Aidy Boothroyd's team, with Chelsea's Tammy Abraham opening the scoring in the Euro Under-19 Elite Round qualifier.
GOAL: #England U19s 2-0 Georgia U19s (Joshua Onomah 10)— England (@england) 24 March 2016
A great start in Spain as Aidy Boothroyd's men go two up inside the opening 10!
And if Moore hasn't been sounded out already, his teammates have until Tuesday to try it - with England facing Greece and Spain in quick succession.