According to reports from The Guardian, Liverpool, Manchester United and West Ham are monitoring Marseille prodigy Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.
Scouts from all three Premier League clubs ran the rule over the winger on Sunday night as L’OM recorded a 1-1 draw with Lyon at Stade de Gerland.
N’Koudou has produced eight goals and four assists in 20 appearances across all competitions this season, making him in some way responsible for more goals than any player under the age of 21 involved in Europe’s five leading top flights.
He’s also averaged an impressive 1.7 tackles, 1.7 shots and 2.2 successful dribbles per match in Ligue 1, for a Marseille outfit struggling to escape mid-table.
Marseille are unwilling to sell the 20-year-old in January, having acquired him from Nantes only last summer at a cost of £1.1million.
But they’re expecting a host of offers in the summer – with Liverpool, Man United and West Ham in the frame – and reportedly rate N’Koudou at around the €20million mark.