Birmingham City have been rather impressive in the current campaign under Garry Monk, with a play-off spot still within their reach at this moment in time.
The Blues failed to get the better of Bolton Wanderers in their last Championship outing, which was a game that Monk would have highlighted as a must-win as the Trotters find themselves near the bottom.
Worryingly, it appears as if one of the club’s stars is attracting interest, as according to The Mirror, Arsenal and Manchester United have joined the race to sign Che Adams.
Che Adams has established himself as one of the hottest topics in the Championship this season, having scored an impressive 19 goals in 34 appearances.
However, Arsenal and Manchester United have now joined the race, with the likes of Celtic, Watford, United and the Gunners all sending representatives to watch the Englishman last time out against Bolton.
Che Adams, who is valued at £2.25 million (by Transfermarkt), has all the ingredients to become a future star in the Premier League if he continues to develop, with the pace and finishing ability to cause anyone trouble.
Indeed, the Blues now face an anxious wait ahead of the summer transfer window, with a number of teams possibly attempting to lure him away at the end of the season.