Arsenal join Tottenham, West Ham, Sunderland and others in the race for Championship starlet.
Victor Moses looks set to depart Crystal Palace in January, his agent has confirmed to skysports.com.
The 18-year-old is emerging as one of the brightest talents outside the Premier League.
The young forward has played a major part in helping Neil Warnock’s side to the brink of the play-offs.
However, Palace’s financial problems mean the likes of Moses, Darren Ambrose and Julian Speroni are being strongly tipped to depart Selhurst Park in January.
Moses’s agent Tony Finnigan would not confirm which clubs were interested in his client, but admitted that he was in demand.
“He is now showing what he is capable of and what many people have been saying he could do since a very young age,” Finnigan told skysports.com.
“We can’t deny the interest is strong in him – he is one of the best 18-year-olds in the country, bar none.
“We are hopeful, that should a deal be struck then it would be a good deal for all parties concerned.
“Simon Jordan and Neil Warnock recognises what they have got, they know Victor is special.
“And as a former Crystal Palace player myself, I am keen for them to get a satisfactory deal and one they deserve considering the work they have put into Victor.
“But Victor will be moving to the club which is best suited to him. It is my job to make sure he goes to the best footballing environment for him.”
It is understood that Sunderland are keen to win the race for Moses by opening talks with the South London club.
But a deal for Moses to move to the Stadium of Light is far from being sealed.
Crystal Palace have done all they could do try to keep teenager Victor Moses at the club but it appears they are ready and willing to allow their prized asset to leave just as long as the price is right, that price is rumoured to be in the region of £7m made up of various incremental payments, will Arsene make a move? Well that’s a tough one to answer, you have to wonder the wisdom in Arsenal making such a move when they have mountains of young talent coming through just nicely from their own youth and academy systems.
Wenger seems more likely to look for established players as he seeks to pick up some significant silverware this term and even though the club is on a good footing financially they will not just spend money needlessly and a move for Moses could well be a pointless one, unless of course Arsene feels that the England Under 19 star is better than what he already possesses at the Emirates.
There is a long queue forming for the Nigerian born winger and he does appear to have a bright future ahead of him but he may well feel that moving to the likes of Fulham or Sunderland may be better for his long term future as he could find himself lost in amongst the young talents at the north London club.