Birmingham City striker Che Adams has had a prolific season in front of goal so far in the Championship.
The 22-year-old has already hit the back of the net 19 times this season including a recent hat-trick against QPR.
The Englishman has attracted interest from several top-flight clubs, and it has been reported that Manchester United, Arsenal, Watford and Celtic have all sent representatives to watch Adams play this season. (Daily Mirror)
It is also claimed that Birmingham have set a price of £20 million for the youngster, which is 10 times the amount that they paid to secure his services from Sheffield United in the summer of 2016.
According to a report in TEAMtalk, Spurs have now also entered the race for the 22-year-old, and are willing to meet Birmingham’s valuation of the player.
The report also claims that Birmingham are resigned to the fact that they will lose Adams to a Premier League club if they do not get promoted this season.
The prospect of a return to the top flight for Blues looks unlikely as the club now sit in 9th position in the Championship, seven points behind the last playoff spot having played a game extra.
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