Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester United have been reportedly keen on securing the signature of England youngster Boyce-Clarke.
The League rivals will be locking horns together in battle to sign the young goalkeeper who plays for Championship club Reading, according to report from Daily Mail.
Boyce-Clarke, who is only but 16 years of age, has been making the headlines this season following his performances that tagged him as a future prospect in English football.
The 16-year-old shot-stopper, who has helped his club’s U-23 side to the second position in the Premier League 2 Division Two table, has been rumoured to have only a short time with the Royals amid transfer links from England Top clubs with the club yet to offer him a new deal.
The report from Mail claims that Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on signing the England U16 international this summer, with the teenager impressing the Reds coach in their last encounter against them earlier.
The 16-year-old goalkeeper took home the Golden Glove award following his outstanding performances in the Val de Marne tournament with his England team in France last year.
However, Arsenal and United who are both keen on signing the young goalkeeper is yet to make an official bid for him with the summer transfer window fast approaching.