Both Arsenal are Liverpool are weighing up moves for Charlton youngster Regan Charles-Cook this summer, according to South London Today.
Ironically enough, the teenager was released by the Gunners back in 2013 though has since impressed while with the Addicks and was handed a new long-term deal back in December.
Though he is yet to feature under doomed boss Jose Riga, the 19-year old was heralded as a top prospect following a promising debut in the 4-1 League Cup win over Dagenham.
This season more than ever in the Premier League, a number of players who have previously been plying their trade lower down English football have adapted to life in top tier with relative ease.
England stars Dele Alli and Jamie Vardy are the biggest names, though the likes Michail Antonio and Danny Drinkwater have equally established themselves as top performers.
As a result, it is claimed both the Gunners and the Reds have commissioned scouting missions in order to run the rule over the talented teenager.
Otherwise at the Valley, it has been a miserable season for a club who not long ago were enjoying life in the Premier League themselves.
They are second bottom in the Championship and remain ten points off safety with just five games of the season remaining.
They welcome promotion chasing Derby County to South London on Saturday and a loss to the Rams would all but condemn them with a return to League One.
Charlton fans – can you really see Charles-Cook in the Premier League?