Manchester United and Arsenal are both interested in signing Reading goalkeeper Coniah Boyce-Clarke, according to reports.
The 16-year-old has impressed for the Royals’ Under-23s team and at international level with England Under-16s.
And now the Daily Mail are reporting that the Red Devils and the Gunners are two clubs keen on the talented stopper.
– Arsenal poised to strike deal for Manchester United centre-back Eric Bailly
– Arsenal want to sign Everton loan star Andre Gomes from FC Barcelona
– Manchester United looking to replace Romelu Lukaku with Lille star Nicolas Pepe
It’s claimed that the Royals have already put a contract offer on the table but Boyce-Clarke will delay making a decision until he’s finished his GCSEs.
The 6ft 3in teenager made his debut for his current club’s Under-23s aged 15 and won the Golden Glove at the 2018 Val De Marne international tournament in France.
Reading Under-23s finished third in Premier League 2 Division 2, finishing just three points behind second placed Southampton and champions Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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