Ngoy has also attracted the attention of Spurs and Man City.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham are all competing for the signature of unattached Belgian 16-year-old Julien Ngoy, according to the Daily Star.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also keeping tabs on the wonderkid, as the former Club Brugge trainee is fast becoming one of the most coveted teenagers in European football.
However, the father of Ngoy is keen for his son to move to England as four of last season’s top five in the Premier League scramble for the Belgium under-16s international’s signature.
Academy director at Brugge, Nkandu Ntondo, will be dealing with the negotiations on behalf of Ngoy and believes that the hype is justified for the Belgian.
“Julien is a big talent, one of the biggest I have seen in my academy,” Ntondo was quoted in the Star.
“No decision has been made yet.”
If the teenage sensation were to move to England it would continue the recent influx of talented footballers from Belgium in the past few years.
Defenders Vincent Kompany and Thomas Vermaelen arrived at Man City and Arsenal in their early 20s, whilst youngsters such as Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne are beginning to emerge as serious talents at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues also have 22-year-old Eden Hazard on their books, whilst across London at Spurs Belgian duo Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele are instrumental in Andre Villas-Boas’s first team.
The trend doesn’t stop there in the English top tier as another pair from the nation that impressed last season are Marouane Fellaini and Kevin Mirallas at Everton and Liverpool’s latest signing Simon Mignolet is also from Belgium.