Gallacher is one of the brightest prospects currently coming through in the Scottish game, making five appearances for the Scottish Championship side in the league this term, and contributing two assists along the way.
His potential appears to have got several teams excited. The Herald Scotland reported earlier in the month that Rangers, Manchester United and Stoke City were interested, and it appears that that list has now got longer.
The Mail adds that Barca are interested in putting the 17-year-old in their B team, but some of the English contingent chasing his signature are weighing up making a move in the near future to avoid a bidding war for the highly-rated prospect.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman
While the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona would be difficult to turn down given their stature, and the idea of joining Mark Warburton's project at Ibrox may potentially appeal to the Glaswegian, a move to Goodison Park will certainly be an attractive option.
Ronald Koeman has shown recently with the likes of Tom Davies, Ademola Lookman and Mason Holgate that he is not afraid to give youth a chance, and Gallacher may perhaps feel that moving to Merseyside would be a smart decision for his development should they confirm their interest with a bid.