Watford attacker Xane Zaineddine is being tracked by a host of European giants, according to Sky Sports news.
Zaineddine moved to Watford after his parents moved from Australia to London. He was offered a place at AC Milan and Barcelona academies, but ended up signing for Watford.
The promising forward used to play for Enfield Rovers Futsal club in Australia, and the head-coach of the team says he was better than the rest.
“He had a lot more flair than everyone,” Enfield head coach Dominic Castro told Fox Sports. “He was a typical number 10, naturally gifted.
I wouldn’t say he was head and shoulders above everyone else, but he was certainly never afraid to take players on. It didn’t matter their size or skill. He wasn’t afraid of anyone.”
The 15-year-old can play anywhere across the front line and pretty much anywhere in midfield, and caught the eye of scouts whilst playing for Watford under-16s.
All of the Premier league top sides, PSG, Sporting Lisbon, PSV Eindhoven, Ajax and Real Madrid are all after Zaineddine and are looking for his signature this January.