Fulham and Bournemouth are chasing Arsenal youngster Renny Smith, according to Eagles Element.
The Cherries, now promoted to the Premier League, are eyeing up the 18-year-old midfielder who is ready to move on from the Gunners.
He’s already been on trial in Italy at Serie A side Capri and is a very versatile player, and is able to play at full-back if called upon.
The Whites and the Cherries will rival Premier League sides Crystal Palace and Aston Villa for his signature.
His agent has said that he likes the style of football in Serie A but plenty of other clubs are eying him up.
He told CalcioNews24: “Renny loves the Italian style of football, knows the history of Serie A and is fascinated by it.
“I think Italy is the ideal place for his style, as he is a really intelligent player. He has already represented Austria at Under-18 and Under-19 level, so he has experience and character.
“There are several clubs interested in him, but he has always had a passion for Italy, its football and its style. He is ready for this challenge.
“The other clubs tracking Renny are Fulham, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and more.”
Kit Symons’ Fulham are looking at another rebuild of there squad this summer after a dire season back in the Sky Bet Championship.
The London club finished in 17th place, amassing 52 points whilst Bournemouth won the league, accumulating 90 points in the process.