The wheeling-dealing Lilywhite boss admits interest in prodigal-talent Fabian Delph.
Speculation surrounding the future of teenage midfielder Fabian Delph has been rife for a number of transfer windows, yet the £8 million-rated England Under-21 international remains at Leeds United.
This summer, though, the 19-year-old has an even larger Premier League core of admirers, with Harry Redknapp the latest to speak out over Leeds' latest Player of the Year recipient.
"He's a terrific young player but there will be a few clubs in for him," Redknapp said to the BBC.
Delph is believed to be on the radar of Martin O'Neill's Aston Villa outfit and Everton are allegedly keeping an eye on developments.Delph emerged as an accolade magnet in the past season; collecting honours such as the Football League Young Player of the Year, a place in the PFA League One Team of the Year, a high-ranking in Four Four Two's 50 Best Football League players, as well as a number of club-level awards.
Alan Dawson, Goal.com