Chelsea loanee Ike Ugbo has sparked off interest from AS Monaco, Fulham, Sampdoria in Serie A and even Genk in Belgium after he fired 16 goals for Cercle Brugge this season.
Ugbo is on loan from Chelsea but could join Cercle Brugge on a permanent basis by triggering a buy-out clause of six million Euros.
Monaco own Cercle Brugge and are front runners to sign the 22-year-old Ugbo.
They could then loan him back to Belgium to gain more experience.
However, several media reports have also linked the striker to Serie A clubs Sampdoria and Bologna, Fulham in the Premier League in England as well as Genk in Belgium who look set to lose top marksman Paul Onuachu this summer.