Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly sniffing around League Two gem Ethan Ampadu, according to the Express.
The Premier League quartet are thought to be monitoring the youngster’s progress at Football League side Exeter City ahead of the forthcoming summer transfer window.
The 16-year-old, who has already represented both England and Wales at international youth level, has been tipped for a very bright future in the English game.
However Ethan; who is the son of Arsenal’s youth team coach Kwame Ampadu, who used to play for the Gunners, West Brom, Swansea City, Leyton Orient and Exeter too, is understood to be keen on completing his studies with the Grecians before considering a move to a big club.
The midfielder has already enjoyed spells at the likes of West Brom, Swansea and Orient, mostly his father’s former clubs.
If any deal should materialise after the conclusion of the current 2015-16 campaign, Exeter will be guaranteed a compensation fee after Ampadu came through the League Two outfit’s youth ranks at St James Park.