Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund have reportedly joined Arsenal and Manchester City in the race to Charlton protege Joe Gomez.
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The 17-year-old is considered to be one of the brightest talents in English football and has had interest from the Gunners and Citzens recently.
However, Dortmund are hoping to do a deal with the versatile youngster for around £1m plus add-ons, according to The Mirror.
Gomez can play at right-back or centre-back and has impressed in his 24 appearances for the Addicks this season.
Manchester United have previously shown interest in Gomez, but it now seems the battle for the youngster is straight fight between Dortmund, Arsenal and Manchester City.
The England youth international’s performances this term has seen him be nominated for the Championship’s Apprentice of the Season Award.
A move to Die Borussen would be massive for the youngster, but a somewhat unusual one for an English player.
Owen Hargreaves and Michael Mancienne are the only English players to have played in Germany’s top flight in the past 15 years, with stints at Bayern Munich and Hamburg respectively.