Hoffenheim midfielder Nadiem Amiri reportedly has a £15m release clause, amid interest from a trio of Premier League sides this month.

Amiri is reportedly a target for Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United. The 21-year-old could be a bargain, as Sport Bild report that he has a release clause of just £15m.

They claim that Tottenham are the most keen on signing him, but mention that he could be the successor to Mesut Ozil at Arsenal.

Interestingly, they note that Amiri has parted with agent Gordon Stipic and is now being represented by his brother. That could be a sign that he is preparing for a move away from Hoffenheim.

Last month, The S*n “exclusively revealed” that Arsenal, Man Utd and Spurs were all interested in the midfielder. They reported that the clubs could make a £20m bid in January, which is clearly bigger than this supposed release clause.

Amiri is an attacking-midfielder and German youth international. He came from Hoffenheim’s academy and is now a regular in their first-team. Arsenal are being linked with more expensive and well-known attackers, but Amiri could be an interesting alternative.

Supporters may argue the club needs more tried-and-tested replacements for the likes of Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, should the pair leave this month or next summer, but Amiri clearly has promise.