Manchester United and Real Madrid have all reportedly indicated that they are set to battle for the services of Benfica striker Umaro Embalo.
Since starting to impress in the youth sides at the Portuguese club, Embalo has drawn interest from many top European teams who are yet to bulk at his stated £16m asking fee.
But, according to Bild, Bundesliga giants RB Leipzig – who could offer Embalo a faster route into first-team football – are now in the pole position for the 16-year-old.
In November, the player’s agent confirmed that clubs from Germany, England, Spain and France had all shown that they would like to land the youngster.
The Portugal Under-19 international who can operate up front or on the flank still has 18 months left on his deal.
Meanwhile, According to the report, Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United are both in the hunt for Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus.
The Sun states that despite the fact he is yet to play due to injury this season, the Premier League duo are still tracking Reus as a possible transfer target.
Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have apparently been monitoring the winger for months, with both managers keen to bolster their attack.
The Germany international’s current contract expires in summer of 2019 and has previously made suggestions that he will be leaving the Signal Iduna Park sooner rather than later.