Chelsea and Manchester United have joined the chase for Egyptian wonder-kid Ramy Rabia, Sky Sports reports.
The 19-year-old centre-half has emerged as one of the hottest properties in Africa.
The Al Ahly stopper made his club debut aged just 17 and he already has five full caps for Egypt.
Rabia is set to captain Egypt at the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey next month, and a host of clubs are ready to continue monitoring him.
Borussia Dortmund, Lille and Schalke are all known to be keeping tabs on him but now Chelsea and United have joined the list of suitors.
Ivory Coast striker Arouna Kone was among the stars as Wigan stunned Manchester City 1-0 at the weekend to lift the FA Cup trophy for the first time.
The African star with the blond dyed hair troubled City throughout with his running and now turns his attention to keeping the cup winners in the Premier League.
Unfashionable Wigan visit Arsenal on Tuesday and host Aston Villa on Sunday, needing to win both ganes to be sure of avoiding relegation.
Peter Odemwingie looks set to play his last match for West Brom against Manchester United on Sunday.
The Nigeria forward, 31, has had a turbulent year at the English Premier League club, who disciplined him for his critical outbursts on Twitter.
In January, he tried to engineer a move to QPR without permission and has not started a match for the Baggies since.
Manager Steve Clarke said: "His future will be decided in the summer. I don't think he'll be here next season."
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has declared himself fully fit to face Wigan in Saturday's FA Cup final.
The Ivorian played only 45 minutes of Saturday's Premier League draw with Swansea because of fatigue and also sat out the midweek win over West Brom.
"Sometimes it is difficult to play all the games at the same level and to avoid injury," said the 29-year-old.
"But we have worked on ensuring I stay injury-free and concentrated on delivering at the weekend."
Midfielder Stephane Mbia has been fined by QPR after a message on his Twitter account appeared to suggest he wanted to return to his former club Marseille.
The Cameroonian moved to the Premier League club last summer, with Joey Barton going on loan to Marseille.
He was unable to help QPR avoid relegation and on Wednesday a message was sent to Barton from Mbia's Twitter account asking to swap clubs.
Mbia said he was not responsible but Rangers have punished the 26-year-old.
QPR spokesperson Ian Taylor wrote on Twitter: "The club has concluded its investigation following a series of Tweets which appeared on Stephane Mbia's official Twitter account.