Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are all being linked with a move for Sturrgart defender Ozan Kabak.
The 19-year-old has emerged as one of the Bundesliga’s most promising young talents since joining the German side in a £9.9m deal from Galatasary in January.
The arrival of the young centre-back wasn’t enough to help Stuttgart’s relegation battle as they slipped into the second tier, however, Kabak impressed scoring three goals in 17 appearances.
According to the Express, a trio of Premier League clubs are now eyeing a move for the teenager as they bid to strengthen their defensive options.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to add to his defensive options with the club believed to be keen on adding youth to their squad this summer, whilst Arsenal are also targeting a centre-back to improve their fragile backline.
Spurs may also enter the market for a defender, as uncertainty continues to surround the long-term future of Belgian international Toby Alderweireld.
Stuttgart’s relegation may now see Kabak become available, with reports suggesting the Turkish defender would cost in the region of £13.2m.
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