Leeds United and Wolves are among a number of clubs who want to sign Willem II midfielder Mike Tresor Ndayishimiye, according to Voetbal24.
The Belgian football news website reports that Gent, Standard Liege and Italian club Hellas Verona are also interested in the 21-year-old.
It is understood that Ndayishimiye is valued at £6.2million by Willem II after only joining them on a permanent basis at the end of last season.
Ndayishimiye joined Willem II on a loan-to-buy deal from NEC Nijmegen last summer and went on to score nine goals and supply six assists in 23 appearances for the Tilburg club, with one of those goals coming in a shock win against Eredivisie giants Ajax.
The Belgium Under-21 international played primarily as a central attacking midfielder for Willem II last season but he is also able to play on the left-wing or as a striker [WyScout].
Leeds have already signed a striker this summer with Rodrigo arriving in a club-record deal from Valencia but has been widely reported that Marcelo Bielsa wants to add another winger to his squad.
Ryan Kent has been linked while Feyenoord winger Crysencio Summerville has recently emerged on Leeds’ radar [The Times].
Ndayishimiye is young and is only going to get better in the next few years but after playing such a key role in Willem II’s first-team last season, the 21-year-old is going to want a senior role wherever he goes next.
Leeds might be able to offer that with Bielsa clearly eyeing up new attacking talent to bolster his options at Elland Road.
However, Wolves’ squad is only a small one so they can offer the same thing to Ndayishimiye.
In other Leeds United news, this Liverpool star is a doubt for the clash at Anfield next week.