Poyet attracting Prem interest

Sky Sports understands Charlton face a battle to keep hold of Diego Poyet, with a number of Premier League and foreign clubs tracking the midfielder.

Last Updated: 13/03/14 at 16:01 Post Comment

Diego Poyet: Catching the eye for Charlton this season

Diego Poyet: Catching the eye for Charlton this season

Poyet has been one of Charlton's shining lights this season and caught the eye during their run to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

The 18-year-old, who is the son of Sunderland boss Gus, has been highly-regarded at Charlton for some time and he has established himself in the first team this season.

Poyet's potential has not gone unnoticed higher up the football pyramid with the likes Tottenham, West Ham and Fulham all keeping tabs on his progress.

The Spanish born-teenager is also thought to have admirers on the continent with Barcelona seeing him as a potential star of the future they can groom at Barcelona B, while Italian giants Inter Milan are also monitoring his situation at the Valley.

The England youth international is out of contract at the end of the season and Poyet's suitors are waiting in the wings to snap up him in the summer.

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

B

enteke is an absolute steal for £32.5m, he would get into any team in the world (except Barcelona) at the moment. I've seen many very good strikers in my 30+ years as a Villa fan. This guy is the best without question.

sparkigol
Benteke's £32.5m release clause

A

ll he wants are sharks with frickin lazers on their heads. Is that too much to ask?

mufc phil
Bomb threat on FIFA D-day

W

hy is the dinosaur trying to hold on to this.... Just leave... No one wants you in this position you corrupt loser. Let someone else take over....

arsenal121
Defiant Sepp blames minority

Footer 365

David Gill confirms he will not take up FIFA executive committee post

Football Association vice-chairman David Gill has confirmed he will not take up his post on FIFA’s executive committee.

Sepp Blatter claims he knows how to fix FIFA after re-election

Sepp Blatter says he knows how to fix FIFA’s broken reputation after a traumatic week for football’s governing body.

Sepp Blatter will not last two years, says FA chairman Greg Dyke

FA chairman Greg Dyke is not surprised Sepp Blatter won a fifth term as FIFA president but he does not expect him to even last two years.

Mail Box

Players Must Stand Up For Qatar Boycott

Players, not bureaucrats, hold the key to boycotting Qatar. Also in the afternoon mailbox: Wenger is right to rotate, Zlatan can dribble, and it's Barca v Ajax in the budget final...

What Would You Do If You Were Blatter?

Step into Sepp's shoes, is the invitation from one mailboxer. Also: United already have their new number one, Rodgers deserves time, and the best Budget XI so far...

© 2015 Sky Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media company