Manchester United and Manchester City are both keen on bringing Sheffield United starlet Diego De Girolamo to the Premier League, according to the Daily Mail.
Both Manchester United and Manchester City have been keeping a close eye on the teenager and could send scouts to watch De Girolamo in action for Sheffield United tomorrow.
De Girolamo is expected to be included in Sheffield United's squad to play Bradford City on Saturday after being sidelined for 10 months with a cruciate ligament injury.
The 18-year-old has made just two senior appearances for Sheffield United but is already attracting interest from a host of Premier League sides.
Liverpool, Arsenal and Everton are also keen on tempting De Girolamo away from League One side Sheffield United.
De Girolamo, who rejected the chance of representing England in favour of playing for his father's native Italy, made his comeback from injury for Sheffield United's development side and scored two goals within just 13 minutes.