Tottenham Hotspur striker Troy Parrott has not made his first-team debut yet but he is attracting attention from some top European clubs. According to Calciomercato, three European giants are chasing Parrott.
Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid are all keen on the Tottenham youngster. Parrott could get a chance to join the German champions, Italian champions or Spanish title hopefuls.
The 17-year-old has been prolific in the academy sides for Spurs, netting 19 times last season. Parrott has scored twice in his only U23 game this season and he is tipped for a first-team debut soon.
He has also made an impression on the international scene. The Republic of Ireland U21 international scored three times in just two games during the recent international break. They were his first games for the Boys in Green at U21 level and Mick McCarthy has his eye on him.
But Tottenham now face a battle to hold onto Parrott, who is arguably the second striker behind Harry Kane. Three Champions League heavyweights could try to raid Spurs for Parrott.
Parrott is an exciting talent and Spurs need to try to hold onto him. He is already on the brink of the first-team despite his young age and he could make his debut at Colchester in the EFL Cup.
Tottenham is probably the best environment for the young Irishman. Mauricio Pochettino rates him highly and he is already involved with the first-team in training. There is no immediate need to make a big move.