http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/footb...l-battling-tottenham-manchester-city-10783582 Arsenal battling Tottenham for Manchester City wonderkid Jadon Sancho as England U17 starlet stalls over new deal Sancho, 17, is yet to put pen-to-paper on a new deal at the Etihad to put the north London rivals on red alert Tottenham and Arsenal are battling it out to sign Manchester City wonderkid Jadon Sancho. City are desperately trying to get England under-17 starlet Sancho to commit his future to the club. But he has yet to put pen-to-paper on a new deal leaving the door open for the north London duo. Bundesliga runners-up Red Bull Leipzig, who have been keeping an eye on the best young English talent, are also keen on the attacking midfielder, 17. City want to sign Spurs's £50m right-back Kyle Walker. And Spurs have already had an attempt to include Sancho - currently training with City's first team ahead of their pre-season tour to America - in the deal knocked back. Meanwhile, long-term Sancho admirers Arsenal could make a similar demand if City firm up their interest in their Chilean talisman Alexis Sanchez. Sancho, star of the Young Lions side who finished runners-up at the under-17 Euros in May, is one of the best talents of his age in Europe. He won the prestigious Golden Player award, handed to the tournament's best player and previously won by the likes of Toni Kroos, Wayne Rooney and Cesc Fabregas, after scoring or setting up 10 of England's 15 goals in Croatia. And he could leave for less than £500,000 training compensation this summer if City are unable to persuade him to sign a new contract.