A report claims that Cardiff City are exploring the option to sign non-league striker Ronald Sobowale, who is also attracting interest from Watford among others.
A number of clubs are reportedly eyeing up a move for non-league striker Ronald Sobowale, who is the cousin of Bayern Munich star David Alaba.
The 21-year-old has already had a trial with Premier League side Cardiff City, scoring the winning goal in a friendly match against Vancouver Whitecaps.
Cardiff are now exploring the option to sign the speedy attacker, according to the Daily Mail, while Premier League rivals Watford have also been in contact.
Sobowale was previously on Chelsea's books alongside Tammy Abraham and Dominic Solanke, but he was released at the age of 15 and is attempting to work his way back up the system.
The report also indicates that Reading, Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley could make a move for Sobowale, who has most recently represented London clubs Molesey and Walton Casuals.
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