Premier League giants Manchester United and Arsenal are reported to be battling it out for the signature of Reading goalkeeper Coniah Boyce-Clarke ahead of the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils might just be in a tight situation with their first choice goalkeeper David de Gea yet to pen in a new contract amid links from Europe, and the Gunners seems to have no problem with their current goalkeeper Bernd Leno only for the fact that second choice, Petr Cech will be retiring at the end of season.
Reports from the Daily Mail claims that both English club are keen on signing addig to their club one of England highly rated prospects.
The goalkeeper has only just clocked 16 years of age recently and the star has been given game starts for Reading’s Under-23s team and has impressed and improved for the team this season.
Reports further states that Reading are looking to tie the English goalkeeper to a contract extension, but the 16-year-old presence and talent at the goal post has drawn attention from European giants.