According to Football Insider, the two Premier League clubs are chasing the highly-rated teenager who is considered one of the most promising young players in the country.
The 16-year-old made his Bristol City under-23’s debut against Queen’s Park Rangers last October when he was just 15-years-old, and ever since, scouts from Premier League clubs are said to have regularly visited the south west in order to watch him play.
Bristol City are desperate to keep hold of the young attacking midfielder, though, and have offered him scholarship terms moving forwards.
However, Football Insider state that they face an uphill battle to keep the youngster in BS3, with several clubs, not just Leicester and Brighton, reportedly interested.
In their report, The Sun also detailed that Newcastle United, Rangers and Celtic were already monitoring the attacking midfielder’s situation ahead of the summer.
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It certainly sounds as though Bristol City are going to have a fight on their hands to keep hold of Reuben McAllister.
Not only are Leicester and Brighton and Hove Albion interested, the 16-year-old has also attracted the attention of Aston Villa, Newcastle United, Rangers, and Celtic.
Those clubs are just the ones we know about, too.
That being said, whilst they will no doubt do everything they can to convince the youngster to stay, this may be a player the Robins are powerless in preventing leaving Ashton Gate this summer.