Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are among a group of five teams in the Premier League reportedly keeping tabs on Real Madrid winger Vinícius Júnior.
The Brazil international has fallen down the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabéu following the arrival of Rodrygo Goes, who has been involved in eight goals in just 13 Real Madrid appearances.
Los Blancos haven't shown any signs that they'd be willing to part ways with Vinícius so far, but that hasn't stopped the Madrid edition of El Desmarque listing a host of European giants who apparently want to sign the 19-year-old forward as early as January.
On top of the interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, it's also been suggested that Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers are keeping one eye on Vinícius' future in the Spanish capital.
While the Premier League looks like Vinícius' most likely destination if he does leave Real Madrid, El Desmarque also lists Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Inter as clubs who are also interested in the Brazilian.
It's hinted that Vinícius will review his own future at the club at the end of the season as he continues to be left on the fringes of Zinedine Zidane's plans, but as things stand ahead of the transfer window re-opening, the forward wants to stay put and fight for his place.
While it's likely that all the clubs El Desmarque have listed would be interested in Vinícius if he was available on the transfer market, it's unknown exactly why Real Madrid would consider parting ways with the youngster already.
Vinícius has a contract at the club until 2025 and so far have shown no indication that they'd let the forward leave on loan - Rayo Vallecano, who are owned by Real Madrid legend Ronaldo Nazário, unsuccessfully tested those waters during the summer - let alone on a permanent deal.
The 19-year-old is undoubtedly growing frustrated at his lack of playing time in the Spanish capital, which is common for any young player at one of European football's biggest clubs.
But to suggest that Vinícius could imminently be on his way out of Real Madrid, with eight different clubs across the continent looking to sign him, looks to be little more than some creative imagination from the Spanish media.
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