Leicester City coaching staff are convinced by the potential of their billionaire prospect Faiq Bolkiah.
The youngster is on Leicester’s books and is the nephew of the Sultan of Brunei.
The Mirror says the talented Foxes winger has been playing in England for some time, starting his career at AFC Newbury as a youngster.
In 2009, Southampton added Bolkiah to their widely-regarded academy. Despite not being handed a contract, Arsenal offered the Bruneian a trial in 2013.
After being made aware of his situation, Chelsea offered the winger a two-year deal which he promptly signed. But after just one year Bolkiah left to join Leicester on a three-year contract.
Despite being born in Los Angeles, United States, Bolkiah opted to play for Brunei and has represented his country nine times, scoring once.