Manchester United have reportedly made a formal offer for Mallorca attacking midfielder Toni Quetglas.
According to Spanish media outlet AS, relayed in an article by talkSPORT, the Red Devils, along with Ajax, have both made an offer for the highly-rated 16-year-old.
Quetglas, who was previously on the books of Barcelona, currently plies his trade in Mallorca’s youth sides and has caught the eye of numerous clubs across Europe, including Chelsea.
The creative midfielder is without a professional contract, so a possible deal for either the Red Devils of the Blues could prove to be extremely cheap.
Chelsea’s interest regarding the teenager is thought to be pending while the club waits to see if they have their two-window transfer ban frozen over the summer.
If the Blues don’t get the green light to bring in any fresh faces over the summer, boss Maurizio Sarri may be forced to hand first-team opportunities to numerous youngsters who have impressed out on loan this season.
Four Chelsea youngsters tipped for a first-team chance next season
The striker has been one of Aston Villa’s standout performers this year and could be the answer to the Blues’ striker problems.
Versatile defender James has also impressed in the Championship and recently travelled to America with the Chelsea squad, taking part in the Blues’ friendly against New England Revolution.
Right-back Aina has excelled in Italy with Torino and has been tipped for a first-team opportunity next season.
Playmaker Mount could also find himself in and around the first-team squad after a series of successful loan spells away from Stamford Bridge.