Luka Jović is one of Europe's hottest prospects right now and at just 17-years-old, the Serbian starlet is rapidly making a name for himself. Many of the biggest clubs such as FC Porto, Atletico Madrid, Ajax and north London duo, Tottenham and Arsenal, are all keeping tabs on the youngster's progress.

He has already been capped at senior level for the Serbian national team and he looks like being the latest revelation to come out of the country. Tottenham and Arsenal have entered the race to sign him from Red Star Belgrade who are currently lying second in the Serbian Super Liga.

Jović scored in their last league game on fifteen minutes to help his side beat FC Rad 2-0. His pace, anticipation and his finishing skills are his biggest assets and his mature style of play has been turning heads outside of Serbia, with a possible move being lined up in the summer.

Porto are reportedly set to make a bid for his services, as they are the front-runners for his signature but a lot of negotiations are set to take place with a number of other clubs also expected to come in for him. They are looking for another forward player to go with their captain, Jackson Martinez, as they continue their battle to win the Portuguese league title.

Tottenham are looking for a striker in the summer and Jović could be a future star and provide decent back-up to Harry Kane, who is expected to lead the line once again next season.

The Serb can also play as a false-nine and he can play in wide areas too. At such a tender age, he can adapt to other positions, one which Mauricio Pochettino will surely look at, if he can win the race to sign him.

As for Arsenal, he could become a more of a long-term investment. With Olivier Giroud, Danny Welbeck and Alexis Sanchez all players who can lead the line, Jović may be a bit-part player in his first years with the club.

If he was to drop in behind, he will need to compete with the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Sanchez, Mesut Özil, Santi Cazorla, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and maybe even Theo Walcott, who has been linked with a move away from the club.

However the potential already being shown by Luka Jović could mean a few under-performing players in the Gunners' ranks may have to leave as they look to bring in younger, fresher talent.