Aston Villa are the frontrunners for Leeds United and Manchester United target Josh Feeney, according to The Daily Mail.
United have reportedly enquired about the England Under-16 captain and plan to sign him in the summer transfer window.
However, it is Villa who are reportedly the front-runners for the 16-year-old central defender.
The report has claimed that Fleetwood Town will likely hold out for ‘a significant six-figure sum’ as compensation fee, unless it goes to a tribunal.
The Daily Mail reported last month interest in Feeney from Leeds, adding that the West Yorkshire club have made contact with League One side Fleetwood.
Feeney is only 16, but from the number of clubs reported to be interested in him, it is clear that he has a lot of potential.
The teenage centre-back need to choose his next club carefully.
It is unlikely that the 16-year-old will go into the first team of any club in the Premier League.
What Feeney needs now is to play in the youth team and get the right coaching to develop as a footballer.
For Feeney’s next club, he needs to go where he will get the right coaching.