Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal are tracking PSG youngster Hervin Ongenda, according to reports in France.
The 17-year-old made his professional debut against Arras in the French Cup on the weekend, and is tipped for a bright future in the French capital.
But Ongenda is yet to sign a professional contract with the club, with his current youth deal expiring in the summer.
That means other clubs could sign him on a free transfer if he does not commit his future to PSG.
And Le Parisien are reporting that the three English giants are keeping tabs on Ongenda with a view to signing him in the summer.
The player's father, Felix Ongenda, says his son has not thought about the future - although he admits he is well aware of the possibility of leaving.
"My son did not ask this kind of question," said Felix Ongenda when asked about whether his son had discussed the future.
"He only thinks of being on the pitch and dreams in Paris. It is the only club he has known and we will see what PSG offer him in the next few months.
"But in five months time he will have finished his training and he will be a finished product, ready to work anywhere."