Manchester United have been joined by both Stoke City and Bournemouth in their chase to sign Leeds United star Lewis Cook, Daily Star reports.
The 18-year-old is currently being tracked by a host of clubs given his recent form, with Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester City also keen on his services.
Due to high interest in the player, Leeds agreed a new deal with Cook back in January in order to try and retain his services for as long as they can.
He was already linked with a number of Premier League giants, but the Championship club will now have to deal with interest from both the Potters as well as the Cherries.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes and Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe are believed to have sent scouts to monitor the displays of the England Under-19 star in recent weeks.
The central midfielder is being valued at around the £10million region, with all the interested clubs likely to battle for his signature at the start of January.