Arsenal and Liverpool are reported to be among the pleather of teams targeting Leeds highly-rated full-back Sam Byram according to the Daily Mirror.
The 22-year-old has attracted plenty of interest from other Premier League clubs such as Swansea, Southampton, and Everton.
He's made 127 apperances for Leeds United, and at just 22-years-old, is already the Whites longest tenured first-team player at the moment.
But the rumours of interest from two of the largest clubs in professional soccer in Liverpool and Arsenal only cement that Byram is among the best.
Southampton has already had one bid for Byram rejected by the Whites.
At the moment, the Swans seem to be the favourite with Garry Monk sweetening the deal with a guarantee of first-team football.
There's also been reports of Everton readying a January £8m bid for the Essex-born star.
Leeds United hasn't started real well under Uwe Rosler, winning one of seven opening matches.
And with the Daily Mirror also reporting that Byram has turned down a new contract, it's only a matter of time where we'll see where he ends up.
@PhilHayYEP @1976jk what's your view on Sam Byram Phil? Head in it? Or too much going on contract/talk of move.. Poor start by his standards— Jake Stickney (@JakeStickney) September 12, 2015
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