Manchester United and Manchester City are reportedly both interested in bringing Toronto teenager Jahkeel Marshall-Rutty to the Premier League.
The 16-year-old made his MLS debut against Philadelphia Union last October and is believed to have captured the attention of a number of European clubs due to his form at youth level.
According to Tuttosport, both Man United and Man City are keen on the right-sided attacker, with the Citizens already approaching Toronto to register the interest.
Marshall-Rutty penned his first professional contract at the age of 15 when he made the step up to Toronto's second team.
The winger also became the youngest player to ever be called up by Canada's senior national team when he was selected in January.