Arsenal and Manchester United are keen on Ipswich Town defender Dylan Crowe, according to The Mirror.

The 17-year-old is also attracting interest from Bundesliga duo Borrusia Dortmund and RB Leipzig, who are both known for signing young and promising players.

Crowe joined Ipswich Town at the age of 12 and rose through the youth ranks at Portman Road. He is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Tractor Boys but has been a key player for their youth sides over the past couple of seasons.

He is highly-rated by Ipswich and is being tipped for a big future at the club. However, the Championship side will have to brace themselves for moves for him in the January transfer window.

Crowe has found himself on the radar of the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and some European giants after impressing at the Under 17 European Championships over the summer where he helped England win the trophy.

Ipswich have got some top young talent emerging up through their ranks at the moment and Paul Hurst’s side, although currently in the relegation zone in the second tier, do have certain players with a lot of potential.

These include the likes of Crowe, Flynn Downes, Andre Dozzell and Trystan Nydam, all of whom Ipswich will be looking to hold onto for as long as possible.

Next up for the Tractor Boys in the league is a tricky trip to Elland Road to face Leeds United on Wednesday followed by another away day at Millwall on Saturday.


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