According to a report from French website Foot Mercato, Liverpool and West Ham United are among a number of teams looking at Paris Saint-Germain's Fode Toure.
Both teams are currently battling for European qualification in the Premier League table, and regardless of how the season ends, the two sets of fans have plenty to be excited about.
Liverpool have shown signs of greatness under Jurgen Klopp, and whilst they need to become more consistent, some performances - even before Klopp has had a summer transfer window to mould his side - have given fans a glimpse of the future.
Meanwhile, West Ham have enjoyed a superb season under Slaven Bilic, and with the big move to the Olympic Stadium coming up this summer, West Ham could be an attractive club for many players - including talented youngsters.
Now, Foot Mercato report that both teams are in fact pursuing Paris Saint-Germain's teenage left back Fode Toure, as well as Manchester City, Southampton and Stoke City.
Toure, 19, has come up through the ranks with PSG, and has been playing for the Under-19's in the UEFA League this season, notching one goal and two assists.
Yet, with a blocked path to the first team, it's claimed that a host of young players could leave the Parc des Prince this summer, and Toure is one player attracting interest.
Despite PSG's desire to keep Toure, it's claimed that all the interest is turning his head, and we could see Liverpool and West Ham battle for his signature this summer.
Would you like to see Liverpool or West Ham sign Toure?