Valencia and Benfica are reportedly both considering moves for Crystal Palace teenager Jadan Raymond.
The 15-year-old is in the final year of his academy contract with Palace, and it is understood that the Eagles are finding it difficult to agree a professional deal with the midfielder.
According to the Daily Mail, both Valencia and Benfica were impressed by Raymond's performances for England's Under-17 side at the Syrenka Cup in Poland.
The report claims that the European duo are now plotting moves for the teenager, who could be available for as little as £250,000 due to his current situation at Selhurst Park.
Raymond, who has represented Wales at Under-16 level, helped Palace's Under-15 side win the Premier League National Super Floodlit Cup in May.