Derby County and Leeds United have emerged as potential rivals to Celtic for the signature of Bruno Davidson.
According to the Scottish Sun, the 15-year-old Hutchison Vale winger has caught the eye of the Championship duo.
Both Celtic and Sunderland made offers for the teenager last month and it seems likely he will move in the near future.
Back in November, Leicester City handed Davidson the chance to play in a trial match.
Nothing came from that though and it would seem that former Celtic boss has now put a potential contract offer on the backburner.
Davidson boasts bags of pace, the ability to beat a man and an array of tricks.
Wolves, Southampton, Liverpool and West Ham have also been credited with an interest in the youngster who has bags of potential.
Leeds and Derby’s interest could be interesting to Davidson.
Both have a proud history of producing players through their own academy ranks and the young Scot must view the duo as attractive propositions.
Celtic have the natural pull of being the biggest club in Scotland.
Leeds, however, have massive potential and should win promotion to the Premier League this season.
Marcelo Bielsa has been extremely willing to play younger players during his 18-month spell at the club.
Davidson might see Elland Road as an attractive destination where the pathway to first-team football is relatively clear.