Manchester United have joined the growing list of sides keeping tabs on Club Brugge star Charles De Ketelaere, a report has stated.
The 20-year-old centre-forward has turned heads following his rise through the club’s youth ranks into the senior team.
In fact, the player has already made 84 outings, netting 11 goals and assisting 13 others but while Charles has already had two full campaigns in the first team, it is only now that he’s attracting serious interest.
Manchester City are allegedly monitoring his progress ahead of their match with Club Brugge in the UEFA Champions League next Tuesday.
According to Fichajes, though, the Red Devils, the Reds and the Gunners have now also entered the race.
The source says that the aforementioned trio have made it clear they have an interest in De Ketelaere.
The striker, who can also operate in a variety of other attacking roles, has netted four goals and assisted three others in 13 matches this season.
But as well as drawing interest from somewhere else in Europe, he has also properly entered Belgium’s radar.
He made his debut for his country against Switzerland last November.
A star with such versatility would prove a great addition for any of the Premier League outfits showing interest.