West Ham United and Leeds United are both said to be interested in signing Swedish teenage sensation Amel Mujanic.
According to local reports, as cited on talkSPORT, the player is attracting interest from both clubs.
Mujanic, who plays in midfield, has come through the ranks at Malmo but is yet to even be offered an apprenticeship deal by the club.
With no deal on the table, serious doubts have been raised about his long-term future in Sweden.
Mujanic is yet to even play first-team football for Malmo but is highly rated by the club, with numerous teams across Europe keeping tabs on his situation.
The 17-year-old has represented Sweden at youth level and impressed during the European U17 Championships that were held in England last summer.
Recently the Hammers have kept one eye on the future with deals lined up for exciting youngsters to could be first team stars in the years to come.
Players who have played for both West Ham and Leeds
Ferdinand left West Ham for Leeds in a huge £18 million transfer deal, a then British record.
Sam Byram jumped at the chance to play Premier League football, leaving Elland Road for West Ham.
Robert Snodgrass spent four years at Leeds before joining Norwich. He arrived at West Ham back in 2017.
Lee Bowyer spent seven years at Leeds and remains highly regarded at the club. He spent time with the Hammers much later in his career.
Green spent a season with Leeds recently towards the end of his career, before joining Huddersfield and then Chelsea.
Robbie Keane enjoyed loan spells at both clubs throughout his career but was certainly more successful with the Whites.