Championship trio Sunderland, Birmingham and Hull City are all interested in Niall Mason, who is impressing for Doncaster Rovers in League One.
Aston Villa let Niall Mason leave for Doncaster Rovers - but now he's wanted by Championship trio Sunderland, Birmingham and Hull City.
A whole host of Championship sides are interested in Doncaster defender Niall Mason, but surely Leeds should also be keeping an eye?
Sunderland look set to be relegated from the Championship and already have a number of League One talents on their radar.
Sunderland, Birmingham City and Hull City are among the clubs being credited with interest in Doncaster Rovers' former Aston Villa defender.
Niall Mason could be a vital component of Aston Villa's quest for a Premier League return next season.
The 19-year-old star has been a regular for Doncaster Rovers this season.
The French midfielder was one of several Villa loanees in action over the weekend.
The Villa boss has already brought Jordan Lyden into the senior setup and had 19-year-old Niall Mason on the bench for the 2-0 loss at West Ham United earlier this week.
The 17-year-old Swede made his debut for Cowans' Under-21 side in Thursday's 1-0 win over Fulham.
Leeds United forward Eddie Nketiah has been linked to Bristol City.
Charlie Adam featured for Rangers legends against Liverpool legends on Saturday afternoon.
Newcastle may have Florian Lejeune back very, very soon.
Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo scored for Nigeria this afternoon.
Jermain Defoe is on loan at Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers from Bournemouth.
Liverpool's Legends beat Rangers Legends on Saturday afternoon, with a number of big-name players featuring.
Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen is reportedly on the radar of Bayern Munich.
The red-hot Sudanese striker was linked to Leeds United not too long ago.
Steven Gerrard briefly played for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers on Saturday.
The Liverpool captain didn't have a great game on Friday night.
With Villa looking certain to drop down to the Championship, manager Remi Garde should resist the urge to spend in January and give these young players a chance to show their worth instead.