Terem Moffi does not lack serious suitors, but the big question is – who of these interested clubs are ready to break the bank and pay KV Kortrijk more than five million Euros for the striker they bought for $150,000 seven months ago.
French Ligue 1 side Stade Brest have said they are willing to break their transfer record of three million Euros to sign the 21-year-old striker.
Voetbalkrant today reported that Saint Etienne, who barely escaped relegation from Ligue 1 this past season, are also ready to table a bid as they plan to revive their fortunes in the new season.
The question is whether they wish to take the gamble of paying a small fortune for a player who has yet to prove himself in a top league.
Moffi fired four goals in seven league matches for Kortrijk before the season in Belgium was aborted due to the Coronavirus.
Het Laaste Niuews also reported on the emergence of Brest and Saint Etienne after the likes of Galatasaray and Glasgow Rangers were also linked with Moffi.
However, they reported none of the clubs have so far met Kortrijk asking price, which may now be more than the five million Euros they had initially asked for as more clubs join this big chase.