Wolves and Tottenham are both keeping tabs on Celtic fullback Mitchel Frame, according to reports in the English media.
The 15-year-old is one of the most promising stars in the academy but he has not agreed to sign a professional contract yet.
Frame will be eligible when he turns 16 on January 25th, but he could yet be tempted by a move south of the border if he feels the path to the first team could be blocked.
The teenager is predominantly a left-back, which is a position that the Hoops could do with strengthening, so manager Ange Postecoglou could persuade the defender to stay by promising him first-team opportunities in the not too distant future.
The financial power of Premier League teams is always a concern, though, particularly after Brexit rules banned them from signing overseas players below the age of 18. A lot of clubs in England are now hoovering up the best homegrown talent in the UK and it seems Frame is one of those being targeted.