Sunderland have made enquiries about Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor, according to The Chronicle.
It has been reported by the British newspaper that Premier League side Sunderland are keen on taking advantage of the current managerial situation at Leeds and have enquired about Taylor’s availability.
Steve Evans is in charge of the West Yorkshire outfit at the moment, but his current contract runs out at the end of next month and no new deal is in place.
Sunderland are not the only Premier League club interested in the left-back, though, as The Sun's edition on Sunday 15 May (Page 62) claimed interest from Liverpool and Arsenal as well (click here to read more).
Taylor, who can also play as a left-winger, is one of the best young players in the Championship and was in good form for Leeds this past season.
The 22-year-old Englishman scored one goal and created 44 chances in 38 Championship matches for the Whites during the 2015-16 campaign.
The youngster had a pass accuracy of 74% and a shot accuracy of 36%, and won 61 headers, 40 dribbles and 59 tackles.