Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester City all have been linked with ADO Den Haag playmaker Sam van Huffel.

Sam van Huffel is on trial at Leicester City at the moment, with Everton among the clubs interested in him, according to The Sun.

It has been reported by the British tabloid that Van Huffel is on a two-week trial at Premier League club Leicester.

The report has also claimed that the Foxes’ Premier League rivals Everton are interested in securing the services of the 19-year-old Dutchman.

Premier League and European giants Chelsea and Manchester United are also claimed to be monitoring the playmaker, who is out of contract at ADO Den Haag in the summer of 2018 and could reportedly cost just £50,000.

Worth a punt

Van Huffel is a very talented and promising young playmaker, and it would make sense for Leicester to sign him, especially if he costs just £50,000.

However, with Everton, Chelsea and Manchester United all reportedly interested in the Dutchman, the Foxes may have to make a decision soon on whether or not to sign Van Huffel on a permanent contract.

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