Chelsea and Arsenal are both keeping tabs on highly-rated Anderlecht forward Jeremy Doku.
Doku made his debut in November last year at the ender age of 16 and has since emerged on the two London clubs’ radars.
Both the Gunners and the Blues are currently blessed with an exciting crop of young talent.
Chelsea’s transfer ban has seen boss Frank Lampard take a chance on their group their up-and-coming English players.
Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori and Reece James all look set for major breakout campaigns.
Tammy Abraham is fulfilling his potential, while Calum Hudson-Odoi has returned from his ACL injury with his pace seemingly unaffected.
Down the road at Arsenal, the future looks similarly bright as Unai Emery continues to showcase the youth academy stars at his disposal.
Gabriel Martinelli has scored four goals in two games, while Bukayo Saka and Reiss Nelson are on the verge of big things.
According to Calciomercato , the Premier League giants are now eyeing Doku as another star in the making.
Doku has not yet made a major impact in the Jupiler Pro League so Arsenal and Chelsea are likely looking at the youngster for their academies.
The speedy winger’s contract with Anderlecht side runs down in 2021.
Meanwhile, Arsenal star Kieran Tierney has admitted his injury troubles were caused by playing too many games at Celtic.
“I have been in pain playing since November or December, tried to get a proper recovery for a few months and then played through it,” the 22-year-old told the Daily Record.
“I then had an operation and have eventually recovered.
“It has been a long time since I played ninety minutes pain free, so to play on Thursday night and then again on Sunday then another two games with the national team it’s a lot.
“When you are coming back from injury like I am you have to phase yourself back and take it step by step.”