Young Australian goalkeeper Liam Driscoll is in demand in the UK with three English clubs after his services.
Driscoll is on the books at Championship club Reading having joined the Royals in 2015.
But with the 18-year-old off contract at the end of this season, the shot-stopper is attracting attention.
FourFourTwo understands Reading have offered Driscoll a new two-year deal.
But it is believed one Premier League club and another side, currently in League One, have also expressed interest in the Western Australian.
Driscoll hails from Perth and has been playing regularly for Reading's Under-23s this season.
The former Bayswater City keeper has also spent some time on loan with Isthiam League side Staines Town and last month travelled to Spain with Reading's first-team for a training camp.
Driscoll was born and raised in Perth but has a British passport and late last year was called up to an England Under-19 and Under-20 training camp.
Photo credit: Reading FC