Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Seny Dieng has shared his honour at links to Leeds United and Arsenal.
Dieng has been with QPR since 2016 when he joined the club on a free transfer from German side MSC Duisburg.
He’s spent the last four years on various loans around the UK, playing at the likes of Whitehawk, Stevenage, Dundee FC and then Doncaster Rovers last season.
This season he has established himself as first choice at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, playing ninety minutes in all but two of QPR’s Championship games this season and all 120 minutes in the loss to Fulham in the FA Cup Third Round.
His performances have reportedly not gone unnoticed by clubs in the Premier League, with Arsenal and Leeds thought to be keeping an eye on his development after a series of impressive displays.
Leeds, for their part, are believed to be looking for competition for Ilan Meslier while Arsenal still need a direct competitor to Bernd Leno after selling Emiliano Martinez in the summer.
The reports have not gone unnoticed by Dieng, who revealed his pride when seeing the transfer stories about him.
“Coming to England without having played in Switzerland was not easy at all,” he told Basler Zeitung.
“When you’re young, you imagine everything to be a bit easier. I’m honoured by that (the transfer links).”