Thierry Ambrose left AJ Auxerre and joined Manchester City in 2013, where he then spent two years with the English club’s academy.
The 21-year-old is yet to make his way through to the Premier League winners’ first team. Pep Guardiola allowed the Frenchman go out on loan last summer and the Dutch club NAC Breda took him for a season.
Despite the lack of first team football, Ambrose managed to score 10 goals and register four assists in the Eredivisie during the 2017/18 season. This has seen him attract interest from clubs in France and Belgium.
Today’s edition of French newspaper L’Equipe claims Bordeaux and Anderlecht are looking at the option of signing the forward.
The Ligue 1 club are hoping to strengthen their attack and have already studied the Manchester City player’s profile.
Ambrose’s contract at the Etihad runs down in 2020. Bordeaux are considering whether to send a ‘firm offer” for the French attacker. However, they will face competition from Anderlecht for the player’s signature.