Legia Warsaw midfielder Ondrej Duda impressed for Slovakia at Euro 2016.
The 21-year-old scored his second senior international goal during his country’s 2-1 defeat to Wales and was part of the team who held England to a 0-0 draw.
Duda could now be rewarded with a move to the Premier League.
That’s because three English clubs – Manchester United, Arsenal and West Ham United – are in the hunt for his signature, according to the Daily Star.
Legia – who won Poland’s Ekstraklasa title last season and, with it, a place in this term’s Champions League qualifiers – are willing to sell Duda for £5m, so claim Star Sport.
Duda is an attack-minded midfielder who generally operates as a no.10 or traditional no.8.
Of the three clubs reportedly interested in him, Man United are arguably the side most in need of attacking inspiration.
The Red Devils scored just 49 Premier League goals last season, while Arsenal and West Ham notched 65 each,
However, United’s attacking issues may have already been sold by the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer.