Southampton and Burnley target Ádám Nagy is expected to decide his next destination in the next couple of days, according to reports from Portugal.
According to the Portuguese newspaper, both Benfica and Olympique Marseille have agreed a €1.5m amount with the Hungarian side Ferencváros for Nagy’s transfer.
Then they take the claims from the British press which said that Southampton and Burnley would also be interested, putting all the four clubs together in the race which should end tomorrow.
Southampton’s links with the player were reported by the French newspaper L’Equipe this weekend, which said Claude Puel had put a brake on things, and the Burnley rumours started in an article named “Five midfielders Burnley Could Sign This Summer”, from thisislancashire.co.uk, which seemed more like a suggestion than a report.
The Daily Star has also linked Nagy to Leicester, Chelsea and Liverpool, saying the Foxes could be ready to activate the player’s release clause, something which hasn’t happened so far.