Manchester United are launching a bid for Birmingham City teenage sensation Foday Nabay.

The Daily Mail says United will make their move on Tuesday for the 13 year-old.

Nabay is now deregistered as a Blues player.

Given his ties with Birmingham have been severed, the Premier League's elite will be free to make their move for the Sierra Leone-born wonderkid.

As well as United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have shown a firm interest in the 13-year-old.

And United are due to make their pitch for Nabay to join the Old Trafford academy, with negotiations planned for Tuesday.

Talks with Liverpool and Arsenal have already taken place, while Nabay's representatives are due to meet officials from Aston Villa on Monday.

However, it is understood Nabay - who scored 12 goals for the club's academy side - has not completely ruled-out re-signing with Birmingham.