Watford, AC Milan and Hertha Berlin have set their sights on Club Brugge winger Krépin Diatta, according to APS in Senegal.
The claims made in the report have been made by ‘one of his relatives’, who has ‘requested anonymity’.
It’s explained ‘these [aforementioned] clubs are very interested’ in the wideman and they have gone ‘beyond mere contacts’ with Diatta.
Nigel Pearson’s side are just above the relegation zone and APS adds the possibility of the Jupiler Pro League player joining the Hornets will depend on whether or not they can avoid relegation from the Premier League.
The unnamed source states the Bundesliga side, who wanted Diatta two years ago, are still looking at him, while a track leading to the San Siro remains ‘serious’.
The source also adds Diatta ‘will go to a club where the conditions for his development will be met’.
It remains to be seen if Diatta will pick Watford, Hertha Berlin, Milan or another club, if he decides to leave Brugge in the summer.
The attacker has eight goals and four assists in all competitions this season.