Three European clubs are hoping to take advantage of Phil Foden’s contract situation at Manchester City by signing the teenager for just €200,000 (£175,000) in compensation fees.
Foden’s current deal expires in 20 months time and although he is due for talks with his boyhood club, the Mirror reports that German clubs Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig as well at French champions Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing him.
The report states that there has been little progress in contract talks between City and Foden so far, which has led to Dortmund, Leipzig and PSG registering an interest in the 18-year-old from Stockport. They would only have to pay a small compensation fee if Foden chose to run down his current deal.
It would be a major blow for City to lose Foden, who won his first England under-21 cap against Andorra on Thursday, but they will be optimistic of holding on to their teenage star because of his love for the club.