Newcastle, Arsenal and West Ham are
keen to sign Gillingham youngster Luke Freeman, according to the League One club's manager Mark Stimson.
Stimson is resigned to losing the highly-rated Freeman
The 15-year-old striker last month became the youngest player ever to appear in the FA Cup and recently spent time at Newcastle and Arsenal.
Stimson rates him at between £200,000 and £300,000 and said: "Luke had a fantastic day at Newcastle and Arsenal.
"He is going to West Ham to have a look around. He will then make a decision."
But Stimson insists the player will not leave unless Gillingham receive an adequate offer.
"Those clubs will speak to our chairman (Paul Scally) and something might come
of that," said Stimson.
"I think he will be moving on, but only if that is right for this football
club. It has to
be attractive for us because he is a talent."