Leke James has attracted offers from the oil-rich Middle East and the USA courtesy of his 15 goals in the league in Norway last season, according to his agent Atta Aneke.
The Molde striker’s contract will run out at the end of this year and already speculations are rife about his future.
“We have had good talks with Molde, we have not closed the door against them. But there is no doubt Leke wishes to play in a good club in Europe,” Aneke told Eurosport.
“Also there have been clubs from exotic leagues with big offers for the player.”
Leke James himself maintained that his immediate focus is to defend the Norwegian championship with Molde this season, which kicked off Tuesday.
The 27-year-old striker, who has already played in China, got off to a sweet-bitter start in the new season when he scored and was later sent off in a 4-1 win at his former club Aalesund.