Norwich City and Watford have both watched Dundee United midfielder Lewis O’Donnell in recent weeks, according to the Daily Record.


A product of the Dundee United academy, O’Donnell is yet to make his senior debut for the club but the midfielder has been attracting attention from clubs south of the border.


His performances for Dundee United’s reserve side and the Scotland youth teams have piqued the interest of clubs in England.




Premier League’s Burnley are interested in signing O’Donnell, but he is also attracting the attention of clubs in the Championship.


It is claimed that Championship pair Norwich and Watford have both watched O’Donnell with interest in recent weeks.



They are alive to O’Donnell’s talent and the midfielder’s contractual situation at Dundee United.


He has only six months left on his contract and is yet to agree to sign a new deal with the club.



Dundee United are likely to do a deal to sell him this month if they receive a good offer.


It remains to be seen if Norwich or Watford will make a firm offer for O’Donnell this month.