Former Flying Eagles striker Victor Boniface looks set to make a transfer to Belgium with Union St. Gilloise the front runners for his signature.
This could subsequently lead to the big centre-forward playing in the Premier League with Brighton, who are like Union owned by the British businessman Tony Bloom.
Deniz Undav was Union top scorer last season and he will feature for Brighton in the new season.
Percy Tau of South Africa has also moved between Union and Brighton.
Nettavisen has reported that Union are negotiating a transfer fee of over NOK 20 million (over $2 Million) for Boniface.
Another Belgian club are also believed to be in contact with Bodø/Glimt about the Nigeria striker.
The Norwegian club only recently signed another striker Lars-Jørgen Salvesen probably a direct replacement for Boniface.
Union St. Gilloise are based in Brussels and have won the Belgian league 11 times between 1903 and 1935.
They were the surprise package of last season when they finished runners-up after their promotion to the top league.