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Active 1 Reply 536 Views 2018-09-08 20:02:51 Soccer News

20:02pm, September 8th, 2018

Barcelona, Man City and Chelsea are among a host of clubs plotting a move to sign Fulham youngster Harvey Elliott.

The Evening Standard are reporting that the England youth product is being tracked by a host of big clubs who could be ready to make a move to sign one of the hottest young players in the Premier League.

The 15-year-old doesn't turn 16 until April but is already training with the first team at Craven Cottage with the London club no doubt eager to hold on to one of their prize young assets.

Slavisa Jokanovic and the board at Fulham cannot offer Elliott a pro deal until he turns 17 which does make them vulnerable to the bigger clubs with Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund also thought to be be sniffing around a player who has bags of potential.

A number of exciting displays for the England U15 team has alerted some of Europe's biggest clubs with the interest of Barcelona particularly eye catching given the quality of their famed La Masia youth programme.

Fulham will be hoping that Elliott follows in the path of Ryan Sessegnon who has decided to stay at Craven Cottage so far despite the advances of some bigger fish but the next few months are likely to be crucial.

The 15-year-old is a right midfielder who has scored two goals in eight appearances in the U23 Premier League but already he could be set for a move to one of the most important teams in the world.

Man City, Chelsea or Barcelona are not bad options for a kid who is still at school!


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