Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are keen on signing Fulham striker Moussa Dembele after the teenager impressed in the Championship this season following his impressive goal-scoring abilities. He has bagged nine goals in 19 league matches.
The Frenchman came up through the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain and after spending eight years at Parc des Princes, moved to Fulham in 2012. In his debut season with the west London outfit's first team, he struggled to impress due to lack of playing time.
Dembele has been a revelation for the Cottagers and has been their star player in the ongoing campaign. The Mirror claims the young striker is attracting interest from Premier League clubs as United, along with Tottenham and Everton are interested in securing his services.
Fulham are 12th in the Championship table with 21 points from 17 matches, seven points behind sixth place Birmingham City. Dembele's focus is on helping his side to achieve promotion to the top flight club competition in England.
Kit Symons played a huge role in the striker's rise this season and the manager was shown the exit door after Fulham's defeat against Birmingham. The former boss earlier revealed the club were trying to tie down Dembele to a new deal to fend off interest from Premier League clubs.
"Moussa is a player we will work on to improve. Talks over a new contract are in progress and we want him to sign. I am very hopeful it will happen," Symons told the BBC in October.
Dembele was named the Football League's Young Player of the Month for October. Fulham academy director Huw Jennings has expressed his delight over the French striker bagging the award and has backed him to improve his game.
"I'm delighted for Moussa. He's come into the team and he's taken his chance. He's scoring goals, he's looking confident and he has got a bright future ahead of him," Jennings told the Football League's official website.
"It is the first time he's had a run of any significance in the team. Like all young players, they want to feel like there is a sense of belonging in the team and they feel as though they are going to be supported and backed. Hopefully he can move on from this solid base and demonstrate he can go on and be a very good player for us for the future."