Watford, Brighton & Hove Albion and Everton have approached FC Metz youngster Yassine Gourari-Tebaa in recent days, according to France Football.
The 19-year-old is yet to sign his first professional contract with the Ligue 1 side.
‘The young man is in a hurry’, claims the report and it adds the goalkeeper is waiting to put pen to paper on his first contract. However, the three Premier League clubs have arrived at the door for his signature.
Watford have ‘clearly proposed’ a three-year contract plus a salary that ‘suits him’. France Football doesn’t mention the details of the wages offered by the Hornets.
It’s claimed the Seagulls have ‘expressed interest’ and the Merseyside club have also come forward for the the young custodian.
However, Graham Potter’s side have not tabled any concrete proposal, while Everton’s idea is to include him in their U23 side.
Apart from these three English sides, Trabzonspor and Antalyaspor have held talks with the player’s entourage.
Despite being on the radar of several clubs, the report adds Gourari-Tebaa’s priority is to sign a contract at Metz and continue his development with the French club.