Algerian winger Said Benrahma is a target for two clubs in English football, according to RMC Sport.
Premier League side Huddersfield Town are linked with the youngster, as well as Championship team Brentford from the second tier. Leganes from Spain are also reportedly linked with the player.
The 22-year-old just spent a season on loan to Ligue 2 team LB Chateauroux from OGC Nice, where he scored nine goals in all competitions. He has one appearance for the Algerian national team.
Benrahma was born in Algeria, before signing for Nice as a youngster in 2013. He just spent his third spell out on loan, and has failed to establish a first team place at Nice.
He previously enjoyed loan spells at Gazalec Ajaccio and Angers. The winger can play either down the right side of midfield, or even as a striker, showing good versatility.
Benrahma started out his career in the country of his birth, with NRB Bethioua, a lower league team in North Africa.
Huddersfield Town just achieved Premier League survival in their debut season in the top flight of English football. Brentford would provide a different type of challenge. Playing for Leganes would mean coming up against Barcelona and Real Madrid.