Everton have won the race to sign Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur target Stephen Kinsella, according to talkSPORT.
The 15-year-old winger is the latest young prospect to emerge from Ireland, and Roberto Martinez made a personal visit to Dublin to convince him to move to Goodison Park.
Red Devils boss David Moyes was credited with an interest in bringing the talented teenager to Old Trafford, while Tim Sherwood and Brendan Rodgers were also believed to be monitoring the player's situation.
However, Manchester United, Liverpool and Spurs have been beaten to the in-demand Kinsella's signature, after the Toffees confirmed the deal that will see him join up with the club's academy this summer.
By snubbing the opportunity to move to Anfield, Old Trafford or White Hart Lane, Kinsella will follow in the footsteps of compatriot Seamus Coleman, who has been a revelation for Everton since moving to Merseyside from Sligo Rovers back in 2006.