Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton are reportedly all interested in and monitoring the progress of highly-rated Aston Villa starlet Keinan Davis.
According to The Sun, Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton are all genuinely interested in the highly-rated Keinan Davis. The Aston Villa starlet has emerged on the radar of the Premier League trio, who have all sent scouts to watch the player in action and monitor the youngster’s progress.
Keinan Davis, a product of the Stevenage youth academy, joined Aston Villa on a free transfer from Biggleswade Town in December, 2015. And the player created a lasting impression as he made his debut under Steve Bruce towards the end of the 2016-17 campaign.
Keinan has kicked on since, with a great start to the present campaign. 3 goals and 2 assists in 10 appearances in total so far, the 2017-18 season seems to be the real breakthrough campaign for the young Englishman.
— Keinan Davis (@KeinanD100) September 26, 2017
Keinan has also earned praise from Steve Bruce after the 4-0 win over Burton Albion. The manager highlighted the young striker’s ability, with the player managing to establish himself in the pecking order ahead of summer signing Scott Hogan.
“I was toying with the idea of giving him a rest. I am glad I didn’t. It was a great header for the opener. We have to look after him. He is only 19 but has had a wonderful six weeks. If he keeps his feet on the floor he has a big chance.”
With his displays, Keinan has also managed to attract the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton, all of whom are interested in the 19-year-old. The English Under-20 international is on the radar of the three aforementioned Premier League clubs.
The Premier League trio have all sent scouts to watch the player in action in order to map his level of talent while also monitoring his development at Aston Villa, who are well-known in English football for producing young gems.
Right now, Aston Villa does seem the best place to be for Keinan. The 19-year-old seems to be a regular fixture in the first-team setup. Also, it looks like he has earned Steve Bruce’s trust and he has a manager who recognises the talent that he is.
So, while the likes of United, Arsenal and Everton continue to scout Keinan, the 19-year-old’s head will be focused on converting this brilliant start into a truly remarkable campaign, individually and otherwise.