Son Heung-Min is subject to interest from Borussia Dortmund, according to reports in Germany, despite Liverpool and Tottenham reportedly chasing the striker for a summer move.
Son has been earmarked as a player to watch across Europe, with the 20 year old having starred for Hamburg since moving through the ranks into the senior side in 2010.
So far this season, he has scored 11 times in 31 appearances, and reports claim that both Tottenham and Liverpool are keeping a close eye on the striker as they look to build on their firepower in the summer.
But Bild now understand that Dortmund have made a move to secure Son for €10m, with the club looking to find replacements for both Mario Goetze and possibly Robert Lewandowski as soon as possible.
Son would fit into Jurgen Klopp's policy of purchasing young players full of potential, and the move could be an opportunity for the South Korea international to showcase his skills on a grander stage.
While both Tottenham and Liverpool are currently outside the top four in the Premier League, Dortmund are set to finish second in the Bundesliga, wrapping up Champions League qualification for next season.
And should they win the Champions League final against German rivals Bayern Munich this season, Dortmund would no doubt be an attractive prospect to any young player, despite Gotze departing in the summer.
Tottenham are said to be on the lookout for more strikers in the summer, with the club only boasting Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe in their ranks. The side's lack of depth up front has been criticised this season, as Gareth Bale has had to on occasion singlehandedly save Spurs in their fight for a top four finish.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are also looking to build further on their attacking line-up in the summer, particularly if Andy Carroll makes a permanent move way from Anfield after he returns from a loan spell at West Ham.
But if either of the English clubs are seriously interested in Son, they will need to move quickly, with Klopp keen to wrap up as many deals as possible to keep the Dortmund fans content having lost Goetze to rivals Bayern.