Bristol City midfielder Bobby Reid has been lighting up the Championship in the past couple of weeks as he has scored a total of four goals in four games.
The Sunday People reports that Reid's impressive start in the second tier has caught the attention of Premier League sides Everton and Leicester City, as well as fellow Championship side Middlesbrough.
Last season Reid stood out for Bristol as he created a total of 23 chances whilst maintaining a 77% passing accuracy average.
He has progressed through the ranks in the Bristol youth team as well as gained experience from loans spells to Cheltenham Town, Oldham Athletic and Plymouth Argyle.
Out of the suitors, Everton look the most likely to bring Reid to the Premier League as Ronald Koeman looks to make his 13th signing of the window in his new transformation of the club.
Leicester on the other hand may sway Reid due to Craig Shakespeare's set up and the fact that the Foxes were once Premier League champions.
With the amount of players in the Toffees squad already, it may dissuade Reid from a move to Merseyside as chances to play might be minimal due to the quality of players in midfield.
Gylfi Sigurdsson has also recently signed for Everton and Koeman will surely favour him over Reid in the starting XI.