West Brom striker Rayhaan Tulloch is a man in-demand.

Scouts are flocking to watch the teenager in action for the Baggies’ Under-23’s side this season, according to a report by the Daily Mail.

Representatives from Aston Villa, Newcastle United, AFC Bournemouth, Leeds United, Wigan Athletic and Sunderland are believed to be keeping tabs on him.

Tulloch, who is 18 years-old, is highly-rated by West Brom but his first team chances are limited at the moment meaning he could be tempted by a move away in the upcoming January transfer window.

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Slaven Bilic’s side are flying high in the Championship this season and are currently top of the league. They are set to target a striker next month as they look to gain promotion back to the Premier League which would push Tulloch further down the pecking order.

Tulloch was born in Birmingham and has risen up through the youth ranks of the Baggies. He has represented England at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 levels in the past.

He was handed his first team debut for the Midlands side in January in an FA Cup tie against Brighton and Hove Albion and then made his next appearance in the replay.

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They are the only two times Tulloch has featured for West Brom so far in his career but he has scored four goals in nine games for their Under-23’s this term.

The Baggies could face a battle to hold on to their young forward this winter.

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