Arsenal are reportedly one of a number of Premier League clubs keeping an eye on Manchester City’s 16-year-old starlet Bobby Duncan, according to the Mirror.
Duncan, who recently scored the decisive goal in England’s Under-17 3-2 win over Portugal, is thought to be on the list of many Premier League clubs’ radar after a number of star performances at youth club level.
The forward, who is also the cousin of Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, trained with the England Under-20 side during the week, and Arsene Wenger is hoping he can persuade Duncan to leave the Etihad for the Emirates, in the guarantee of more game time.
The forward who is attracting plenty of interest, scored a hat-trick against Brazil last year for the national side at Under 16 level.
There is also thought to be interest from abroad for Duncan, with a number of young English players currently making their name abroad, including Jadon Sancho, 17, who has featured twice for Borussia Dortmund’s first-team this season.