Henry Onyekuru is yet to play a game for Everton but the young Nigerian forward is already being tracked by several of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Now according to TalkSports, Barcelona and Manchester United are the latest, having reportedly sent scouts to watch the youngster.
They have now been joined by Fiorentina in expressing an interest in the Super Eagles rookie, with Juventus also waiting in the wings.
Onyekuru, 20, was immediately loaned to Anderlecht for the rest of the season after joining the Toffees in the summer.
Everton paid £7 million to get their man in June and could make a healthy profit despite the youngster never making an appearance for the club.
The Nigerian is very much on track to hit double figures for the second season in a row, with eight already this term.
He has made just two cameo appearances for his country and yet to play in a competitive game.