According to Spanish newspaper Super Deporte, Tottenham Hotspur are joining Manchester United in the race to sign Valencia teenager Harvey Neville.
Tottenham have earned a reputation for developing young talents under Mauricio Pochettino, with Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Eric Dier all developing into England internationals under his stewardship.
The likes of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Kyle Walker-Peters, Josh Onomah, Harry Winks and Marcus Edwards look to be the next batch of young stars to thrive under Pochettino over the coming years – but Spurs aren't stopping there.
More youngsters continue to be linked with moves to North London, and Spanish newspaper Super Deporte now report that a deal for the son of a former England international could be on the cards.
It's claimed that Valencia teenager Harvey Neville – the son of BBC pundit and ex-Everton captain Phil Neville – is a target for Spurs, whilst Manchester United are also interested in signing him.
Neville, 14, has been playing in the ranks with Valencia since father Phil became a coach there, and whilst the pundit may have left the Estadio Mestalla, his son has stayed in Spain to continue his development.
Now, it's believe that Spurs have asked about a possible move for Neville, whilst Manchester United – where Phil made his name – are also keen to snap the teenager up having shown promise in Spain.
It's claimed that Neville's ability to cross the ball with his right foot has seen him compared favourably to David Beckham, with the youngster touted for a big future, which may come with United or Spurs.