Manchester United and Chelsea are both keen to take advantage of Ousmane Dembele’s uncertain situation at Dortmund.
Eurosport claim the French international is unhappy at BVB following the departure of manager Thomas Tuchel.
Peter Bosz will take over in July, but one of his first tasks may be convincing the 20-year-old to stay.
It’s suggested he will not be heading for Barcelona, and there are few clubs who would be able to afford the €80million Dortmund would demand for his sale.
It’s little surprise that he is being monitored by Premier League clubs, though, particularly after his performance for France in their recent 3-2 friendly win over England.
The former Rennes starlet scored six goals and assisted another 12 in the Bundesliga last season.
Bosz could be walking into a very different dressing room indeed, as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also being linked with a move away.
Dortmund are no strangers to rebuilding, but they had hoped that Dembele, who only arrived in Germany a year ago, would have been a more long-term prospect.