According to The Mail Coventry City youngster Tom Bayliss is being tracked by Spurs and Derby County.
The article says Scouts have been monitoring the 18-year-old, who produced a man-of-the-match display against Stoke City in the FA Cup to help Mark Robins’ side reach round four.
The article adds that midfielder more than held his own against seasoned Premier League performers and in turn boosting a burgeoning reputation.
It goes on to say that Bayliss only made his senior debut in November but has attracted interest after a series of impressive displays, adding that the teenager has scored one goal in eight games this season, helping Coventry challenge for promotion from League Two.
The article claims Tottenham and Derby have noted the academy graduate’s pace, composure and passing range ad add that Coventry have a good record for producing players, with Callum Wilson, James Maddison, and George George Thomas sold to higher level clubs for good fees in recent years.
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