Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are reportedly keen on signing Manchester City prodigy Kian Breckin at the end of the season.

Kian Breckin is highly rated in English football, and he has a big future ahead of him. A report from The Sun claims that Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool are looking to snap up the 19-year-old Manchester City wonderkid at the end of the season.

Breckin is yet to make a first-team appearance for Manchester City. But he has been a regular for them in the youth sides. The 19-year-old midfielder has seven goals and four assists to his name across all competitions, and he could prove to be a useful player for Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool in the long term.

All three clubs have a pool of talented young players at their disposal, and they will be looking to add to that during the summer transfer window. It will be interesting to see if Manchester City are willing to sell the 19-year-old to a direct rival in the coming months.

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The Premier League giants do not need the money, and they could easily decide to keep Breckin at the club for the long term. Meanwhile, the youngster will be hoping to play at a higher level next season, and it remains to be seen where he has up. He is unlikely to get first-team experience at Arsenal, Liverpool or Chelsea and therefore a loan move would be ideal for him.

The 19-year-old would benefit from a loan spell at a Premier League club, where he will get ample first-team action. The midfielder has the potential to develop into a quality Premier League player. But he will need opportunities and coaching in order to fulfil his potential.

Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool have an exceptional youth system in place and a proven track record of nurturing, talented young players into established stars. The three clubs could certainly help Breckin fulfil his tremendous potential in the coming seasons.

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It remains to be seen whether the 19-year-old midfield prodigy is keen on a move away from Manchester City. He might feel that it would be difficult for him to break into the first team at Manchester City. So an exit could be beneficial to his development amid interest from Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool.

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