Swedish club Ostersund FK have confirmed they have received offers from several European clubs for striker Jordan Attah Kadiri.
Belgian champions Club Brugge as well as Maccabi Tel Aviv from Israel are among the clubs reported to be interested in Kadiri.
Ostersund coach Ian Burchnall has admitted interest by other clubs.
“I get many phone calls from many who are interested. I’m not surprised by it and think it will be so this summer,” he told Ostersund Post.
“Okay, he has not scored any goals yet, but he has performed extremely well and shown high quality.
“The fact that top clubs in Europe look at our talents is proof of our work. But obviously it must be a very good offer for us to lose him. We wait for it.”
The ÖFK coach also conceded the club will also need the money from such a transfer and as such he cannot rule out the striker’s departure.
“It depends, it’s hard to say. You always hope for it, but at the same time you understand that the club needs money,” he said.
“But it must be realistic with the value he has. It is difficult to read the market and what will happen after the Coronavirus (Pandemic).
“We will see, but right now he is here.”