Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea are all interested in signing Leeds winger Wilfried Gnonto, according to the Gazzetta Dello Sport.
The Italian publication claims that the three teams could be “lining up” offers for the 19-year-old, who has already been capped eight times by Italy at senior level.
Gnonto moved to Leeds last summer, with the Whites paying just €4.5m to sign the youngster from Swiss Super League side FC Zurich.
It is believed that the forward could now cost almost eight times that figure, with Leeds set to demand around €35m (£31m) if City or another team make an approach at the end of the season.
The Premier League champions don’t have many out-and-out wingers in their squad, especially after Raheem Sterling left to join Chelsea, so recruiting Gnonto does make a lot of sense.
While the teenager does lack experience, his potential could tempt the Citizens into making an offer this summer.