Championship sides Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham are chasing Portsmouth star Jed Wallace, according to the Mirror.
The attacking midfielder who can also play on the right hand side, has scored an outstanding 17 goals from central midfield this season and is seen as one of the best emerging talents in the Football League.
At 21, the Englishman has a very bright future and looks set to become a regular player in the Sky Bet Championship.
Wallace’s mature performances have attracted interest from Championship duo Wolves and Fulham.
Kenny Jackett’s Wolves narrowly missed out on the play-offs this season, with the result going right down to the final day, and just missing out on goal difference was a big disappointment.
Fulham are looking to stop their rot after finishing in an extremely disappointing 17th place, accumulating 52 points, and Kit Symons will look to clear out their squad during the summer.
For Portsmouth it was an average season in League Two, and they’ll hope to keep Wallace in order to push back up the table.
Pompey finished in 16th place in Sky Bet League Two having amassed 57 points, whilst Wolves finished in seventh, amassing 78 points.