Chelsea prodigy Charly Musonda is attracting interest from a host of top clubs including Manchester United.
The Daily express claims that Manchester United are willing to give Musonda a new lease of life at Old Trafford.
Musonda, 19, is highly regarded at Stamford bridge and is an important member of the blues youth team.
However, Musonda is growing frustrated at Stamford bridge due to the lack of first team opportunities being offered to him by Jose Mourinho.
French Publication Le10Sport claims the player feels he is wasting his time at West London and is open for a move to a big club in order to get first team opportunities.
Musonda moved from Anderlecht to Chelsea in 2012 and has since become a regular in the blues youth team also making his debut for Belgium under 21 side last year.
The Guardian understands the Manchester United are keen on the youngster and are considering tabling a bid of £10.6million to lure him out of Stamford bridge.
Musonda signed a new deal with Chelsea in March and the deal keeps him at the club until 2019.
Chelsea are unwilling to let go of the 19 year old but the player might force a move should he not be included in the blues first team anytime soon.