Arsenal are leading Liverpool and Chelsea in the race to sign Paris Saint-Germain youngster Kingsley Coman after making a £1 million bid for the attacking midfielder.
The Metro reports that the north London club have been alerted to the talented teenager's potential availability after he rejected the offer of a long-term contract with the Ligue 1 champions, prompting speculation he could leave Parc des Princes this summer.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is believed to be a huge admirer of the 17-year-old winger, and is trying to lure him to the Emirates Stadium with a four-year deal.
Coman - who has been dubbed the 'next Paul Pogba' in his homeland - has been tipped for a bright future in the game, so it's no surprise to see widespread interest in England and abroad in the youngster's signature.
Jose Mourinho is also mooted as an admirer of the France U19 international, and having secured the services of Coman's countryman Kurt Zouma in January, would be keen to add the PSG starlet to his ranks at Stamford Bridge.
Brendan Rodgers completes the trio of Premier League suitors coveting Coman, with the Daily Express intimating that the Anfield club are considering a bid of their own, as the Northern Irishman prepares for Liverpool's return to the Champions League next season.
Juventus and AS Roma are both continuing to monitor the player's situation in Paris, but at the time of writing only Arsenal are thought to have made a formal offer.