Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi is being tracked by four clubs, according to the Sun.
The 16 year old, who has been compared to Eden Hazard, has been excellent form for the club’s under 23 side over the past month, and he is reportedly attracting interest from the likes of Juventus, Benfica, Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City.
Juve and Benfica have a track record of taking young players from Premier League teams. The Italian club snapped up Paul Pogba from Manchester United on a free transfer in 2012 before selling the player back to Old Trafford for £90m in 2016.
Benfica meanwhile signed Chris Willock from Arsenal earlier this summer, and the winger is now playing in the club’s B team. Bristol City also have a past of taking on Chelsea youngsters after they loaned striker Tammy Abraham for the whole of last season.
Hudson-Odoi signed a new three year contract with the Blues last year so there is no suggestion that the attacking midfielder is looking to leave Stamford Bridge but a temporary move away from the club to gain first team experience could be an option.