Tottenham are keeping tabs on Stuttgart starlet Ozan Kabak, according to the Daily Mail.
However, it is believed Spurs face competition for the defender’s signature from Arsenal and Manchester United.
Kabak, 19, joined Stuttgart from Galatasaray in the January transfer window for £9.9 million.
The centre-back scored three goals in 15 Bundesliga appearances but couldn’t help Stuttgart stay in the German top-flight.
Following his side’s relegation, the Mail claims Kabak could be on the move with three Premier League giants monitoring his situation.
The teenager apparently has a release clause of £13.2 million, so he is certainly affordable to Tottenham.
Toby Alderweireld’s future remains in doubt, meaning Spurs are likely to enter the market for a new centre-back this summer.
Manchester United have been linked with Alderweireld, and a move for the Belgian could give Mauricio Pochettino a free run at Kabak.
Tottenham’s qualification for next season’s Champions League should give them an advantage over United and Arsenal when it comes to signings.
That said, those clubs may be able to offer Kabak more regular football, especially if Alderweireld stays with Spurs.