Fulham are yet to receive a bid from Manchester City, or any other club, for winger Patrick Roberts, according to Get West London.
The 18-year-old has reportedly impressed Manchester City at the Under-19 European Championships with England and are keen on making him part of their influx of young, English talent.
Rumours have flown round this week of a staggering fee of £10 million for the Whites academy product, but Get West London claim that the Citizens are yet to make contact with the club over a deal.
Roberts made his debut for Fulham against Manchester City in the 2013/2014 season as the club tumbled out of the Premier League.
He’s know for his incredible long shots and his startling skills. Former Whites manager Felix Magath came under fire for not blooding him into the first team efficiently enough, claiming it was unfair just to throw him straight into the mix.
He made 17 appearances for Fulham last year.
Fulham fans… What do you make of this news? Are you desperate to see Roberts stay or is £10 million just too good? Let us know in the comments below.