Wolverhampton Wanderers teenager Chem Campbell has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for German giants Borussia Dortmund.
The 16-year-old trained with Wolves' first team during the summer and has recently broken into the club's Under-23 side due to his impressive form at Under-18 level.
Campbell is yet to sign a professional contract at Molineux, though, and will not be able to pen a long-term contract with the Premier League outfit until he turns 17 in December.
According to Football Insider, Dortmund are 'keeping tabs' on the Wales Under-17 international, having scouted him on a number of occasions.
The central midfielder has scored twice in five outings in the Under-18 Premier League this season, in addition to featuring in the Premier League 2 against Brighton & Hove Albion's Under-23s.
Dortmund famously signed Jadon Sancho from Manchester City in the summer of 2017, and the attacker has since become one of the most exciting youngsters in European football.