Fulham midfielder Harvey Elliott is a target for Real Madrid and Barcelona after rejecting a new Fulham deal.

The 16-year-old winger, the youngest player to feature in the Prem, has two of the biggest clubs in the world fighting for him in a cut-price deal.

RB Leipzig in Germany are also looking at a deal for the England Under-17 star.

His appearance against Wolves last month will push his training compensation into the millions for an English club to land him.

But going abroad will cost around £200,000 and has sparked interest from the Spanish giants.

Elliott has been watched since making his debut aged 15 in an EFL Cup game against Millwall last season.

Scott Parker then picked him last season in the Premier League aged 16 and 30 days, breaking the record by Fulham’s Matthew Briggs.

Fulham have offered a new deal for Elliott but there has been no agreement, opening the door for Europe’s top clubs.