West Ham United youngster Domingos Quina is wanted by a number of clubs, according to Sky Sports News HQ.
Sky sources believe that Arsenal are one of a number of Premier League clubs ready to make a move to Domingos Quina this summer.
Domingos Quina made his debut for West Ham last season as a 16-year-old, playing two games in the Europa League.
Chances were few and far between after that for the teenage starlet, although he did commit to a professional deal shortly after his 17th birthday.
After arriving from Chelsea, the young attacking midfielder has impressed in West Ham’s youth team and earned a place on the bench for the Premier League fixture against Burnley, although he did not come on.
The 17-year-old is now attracting attention from a number of other Premier League sides.
The Portugal under-19 international has just turned in a number of top performances for his national side in the recent under-19 European Championships.
This has alerted a few Premier League sides, such as Arsenal, who reportedly offered him a deal last summer.
However, Domingos Quina chose West Ham instead and the Hammers will be desperate to keep their prize starlet, who is on the fringes of the first team already.